Frantzy Moreau

Frantzy Moreau is an Award Winning Self-Taught Haitian American Director, Writer, Cinematographer, Editor and All-Around Filmmaker from Miami, Florida. Born and raised in Miami, due to his low socioeconomic environment and conditions he lacked the access to go to film school but with his perseverance and tenacity he taught himself and studied filmmaking at his local libraries in Miami-Dade. He has worked with talents such as JoMarie Payton (Family Matters, Proud Family, etc.) and Jerry Madison Jr. of Morgan Cooper’s 'Bel-Air'. Frantzy is best known for his recent award winning short films 'Piece' (Outstanding Panavision Short Award for Micheaux Film Festival), 'New Normal' (Jury Award Winner for Oolite Arts Close Quarters Commissions) and 'In A Lifetime' (Airs on PBS Summer 2021, Best Writer Short and Best Short Honorable Mention for Queen Palm International Film Festival), his innovative and visceral interactive film 'Try Again'. He also has critically acclaimed series 'What's More Important?' (Aired on PBS, Streaming on Blackandsexytv and Youtube).