Denis Villeneuve

Director of “Dune”

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Director Denis Villeneuve fell in love with “Dune” when he read the book as a teenager. Years later his dream to make it into a film came true with the help of producer Mary Parent.

‘Dune’ director Denis Villeneuve on working with ‘best in the business’ producer, Mary Parent

Director Denis Villeneuve fell in love with “Dune” when he read the book as a teenager. Years later his dream to make it into a film came true with the help of producer Mary Parent.

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