DENNIS BERRY

Dennis Berry is known for his work on the international scene directing independent features such as The Big Delirium (1975), Last Song (1987, which he also co-wrote with Anna Karina), Chloé (1996), which received the Golden Award for best feature at the Charleston Film Festival, and Laguna Hotel (2001).  He’s also known for directing international television series, such as The Highlander. Also a writer and actor, he has acted in such films as The Collector (1967), The Girl Across the Way (1968), Borsalino (1970), Promise at Dawn (1970) and Luciano Lutring. Over his career, he has worked with such diverse stars as Anna Karina, Jean Seberg, Jean-Paul Belmondo, Alain Delon, Henry Cavill, Alyssa Milano and Marion Cotillard.  He’s presently in preproduction on a feature film, Stringers, shooting in Morocco. Dennis was born in Los Angeles, California and is the son of director John Berry (HE RAN ALL THE WAY [1951]).