Two tracks composed by Marina Elderton in collaboration with Paul Davies feature in the new documentary short 'Brigitte', directed by Lynne Ramsay.
BRIGITTE is the 18th commission from Miu Miu Women’s Tales. The acclaimed short- film series invites today’s most profound and original female directors to investigate vanity and femininity in the 21st century.
A vast hydraulic factory in London is the site for a special kind of production. One of the world’s foremost portrait photographers, Brigitte Lacombe, is having her own documentary portrait made about her, here. While she candidly discusses her life and ideas with filmmaker Lynne Ramsay, we see Brigitte’s intimate process at work: the graceful movement from behind her camera towards the subjects she’s capturing. This cast includes her sister, Marian, and a series of other siblings, some related by blood, others by sheer love. A conversation about making images illuminates the film’s deep monochrome mood and Brigitte’s directing gaze. We look at her looking.
Premiered at Venice Film Festival