It’s the 18th instalment of their series
Miu Miu’s ongoing film project “Women’s Tales” shine a light on distinctive female creatives and the next person to step in front of the lens is Brigitte Lacombe.
Dubbed “Brigitte,” the latest short feature follows a longtime Miu Miu and Prada collaborator and gives an insight into her creative process. It first previewed at the Venice Film Festival and was directed by Scottish filmmaker Lynne Ramsay (You Were Never Really Here and We Need to Talk About Kevin).
Set in a hydraulic factory in London, Lacombe candidly discusses her life and ideas with Ramsay. We also follow Brigitte’s intimate process at work: the graceful movement from behind her camera towards the subjects she’s capturing.
Brigitte Lacombe first made her mark as a photographer on the 1975 film set for All the President’s Men. Since then, she has created iconic portraits of artists, actors, and countless cultural figures. Notable are her long-standing relationships with Meryl Streep and Miuccia Prada, both of whom Brigitte has photographed numerous times.
BRIGITTE gives a rare insight into this photographer’s creative rhythms, her obsession with human details, and how her lens articulates a way of relating to the world. Perfect for those who wish to step into this creative field.
Miu Miu’s series strives to investigate vanity and femininity in the 21st century. Previous film includes The Wedding Singer’s Daughter by Saudi Arabian film director, Haifaa al-Mansour.
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