Nicolas Roeg (August 15, 1928 – November 23, 2018) was a director and cinematographer who directed "Paris, October 1916" (later edited into Demons of Deception).

Beyond The Young Indiana Jones Chronicles, Roeg's directorial credits include the feature films Performance, Walkabout, Don't Look Now (with Renato Scarpa), The Man Who Fell to Earth, Bad Timing (with Denholm Elliott, William Hootkins, Gertan Klauber, Eugene Lipinski, and Lex van Delden), Eureka (with John Vine), Insignificance (with Ray Charleson and Desirée Erasmus), Track 29 (with J. Michael Hunter and Richard K. Olsen), The Witches (with Anne Tirard), Two Deaths (with Nickolas Grace and Ravil Isyanov), and Puffball: The Devil's Eyeball.

Roeg also directed one segment of the anthology film Aria (in which another segment featured Elizabeth Hurley and yet another featured John Hurt), the TV movies Heart of Darkness (with Isaach De Bankolé, Patrick Ryecart, and Ian McDiarmid, who also appears in "Paris, October 1916") and Samson and Delilah (with Paul Freeman, George Hall, Elizabeth Hurley, and Max von Sydow), and the landmark AIDS public service announcements "Iceberg" and "Monolith" (both narrated by John Hurt).

Before becoming a director, Roeg was already known for his cinematography work on such films as Lawrence of Arabia (based on the life of T.E. Lawrence), The Masque of the Red Death, Fahrenheit 451 (with Cyril Cusack), A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the Forum (with Jon Pertwee), and Far from the Madding Crowd (with Freddie Jones).

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