Muse Storytelling announced today a new biopic project centered around influential artist Romero Britto – founder of the Happy Art Movement and internationally recognized as a contemporary master. Featuring unprecedented access to Romero Britto’s life and artistic process, the documentary will include interviews with operatic tenor and world-renowned classical music sensation Andrea Bocelli with his wife Veronica Berti, celebrated fashion designer Domenico Dolce, Grammy winners and legendary musicians Gloria Estefan and Emilio Estefan, Grammy winner DJ Khaled, and famed actor and former Governor of California Arnold Schwarzenegger, amongst other notable figures in the art world and beyond.
Titled THE BRITTO DOC, the biopic will focus on the man and the artist hailed as a thought leader of our time. Directed by Patrick Moreau (The New Hustle, Our Journey Home), and executive produced by Lucas L. C. Vidal, Caitlin Miranda and Grant Peelle, the film will explore the events that shaped Britto’s works throughout his life and through the reflections of other titans of our generation.
Romero Britto, the founder of the Happy Art Movement, is an internationally renowned artist who has created an iconic visual language of happiness, fun, love, and hope all its own inspiring millions worldwide. Brazilian-born and Miami-made, Britto is considered one of the most famous and celebrated living visual artists on the globe. Britto, the most collected and licensed artist in history, has also transcended the arts world by creating the lifestyle brand, BRITTO®.
“Over the past forty years, I’ve had the honor of bringing people joy through my artwork and portrayals of pop culture icons, royals, world leaders and so many incredible people,” said Romero Britto. “It is the beautiful people, fascinating places and bountiful memories that have inspired me, and in turn, inspired The Happy Art Movement. I am excited to share my story so that people can get to know what lies beneath the bright colors and sparkles.”
“It is not often that Artists are recognized and chronicled as the thought leaders they are, while building their legacy,” said Director Patrick Moreau. “We are thrilled to have the opportunity to highlight Romero’s impact through the voices of other leaders of our generation and hear his story – straight from him.”
Currently in production, the biopic is expected to wrap late 2023.
Learn more at TheBrittoDoc.com