Taylor Swift will write and direct a feature film

Taylor Swift is already one of the vital common musical acts of all time, and she’s about to embark on a new creative endeavor: directing a feature film. Swift, 32, will write and direct a film produced by Searchlight Pictures, the film company mentioned in a press launch on Friday, in keeping with Entertainment Tonight.

Swift has directed earlier than — most lately, the music video for her single “Anti-Hero,” which she additionally starred in. Last year, she directed a quick film for her 2012 track “All Too Well,” which she re-recorded. 

The Grammy winner is presently re-recording her albums that she recorded with report corporations in order that she will personal the music herself. Hence, she re-recorded and launched “All Too Well” once more. She launched into the project after her albums have been bought to Hollywood expertise agent Scooter Braun, which she says was completed with out her information.

On Thursday, simply at some point earlier than her feature film was introduced, Swift released a short behind-the-scenes film in regards to the “All Too Well” video shoot. On Instagram, she mentioned the “first seeds of this short film were planted over ten years ago.”

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Swift additionally co-directed a music video for her 2019 track “You Need to Calm Down” with Drew Kirsch, which earned an MTV Video Music Award (VMA) for finest route. She gained the award once more for the “All Too Well: The Short Film” video, which has obtained a Grammy nomination for finest music video and may be submitted to the Oscars, in keeping with ET. 

“Taylor is a once in a generation artist and storyteller. It is a genuine joy and privilege to collaborate with her as she embarks on this exciting and new creative journey,” Searchlight Presidents David Greenbaum and Matthew Greenfield mentioned within the assertion asserting her feature film. CBS News has reached out to Searchlight for extra data and is awaiting a response.

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