BRIGITTE MOREAU Daydreams of Icons of 60s Paris, in New DANNY SANGRA Short

September 24th, 2019

Prodigiously multitalented, slightly off-kilter and always with a surrealist approach, Danny Sangra once again proves he is a next generation creative who has honed the art of filmmaking. He proudly releases his latest work, Brigitte Moreau, a smartly written short in which Sangra’s signature inner-voice narrative is ever-present.

Brigitte Moreau, played by Valentine Payen, daydreams of icons of 60s Paris (us too!) Her plan is to write a book of short stories detailing of how she inspired Jean-Luc Godard and strolled around with Jacques Dutronc, however all this might just be the distraction Brigitte is after.

Written and directed by Sangra, and produced by Control Films in Paris on the hottest day of record in the city, Brigitte Moreau comes with its own illustrated original artwork by Sangra AND is the first of original shorts to feature his animation style.

Sangra’s uniquely provocative voice can be explored within his expansive archive of interconnected short films, known as a whole as Voltaville. The plethora of short-form content has earned him loyal audiences online, particularly on Vimeo, where he frequently picks up coveted Staff Picks. Today, Sangra continues to make a mark within the commercial space with left-of-center work for clients such as Burberry, Mercedes-Benz, Samsung, Verizon, Miu Miu, SMART, Vogue and Balenciaga.