Taylor Swift presented “All Too Well: The Short Film” to the Toronto International Film Festival on September 9 for a conversation in front of a large crowd of loyal admirers after she won the MTV Video Music Award for video of the year. How fervently? At midnight, the first line of people arrived, and at five in the morning, the second. — and even though they lacked tickets, they prayed that Swift would show up at will call or that they would spot her passing by.
The discussion, which was hosted by TIFF CEO Cameron Bailey, centred on Swift’s directing style and how to view her music visually. Additionally, “All Too Wellinitial “‘s 35mm screening occurred concurrent with it, according to what she wrote.
What is the main news? Swift acknowledged being interested in making feature films if she could find the perfect content when Bailey posed the question later in the chat.
She replied, “I’d prefer to keep moving forward in baby steps. “And I believe I’ve reached a point where the following baby step no longer qualifies as a baby step. It would include deciding to produce a movie. And because I just completely, positively LOVE sharing stories in this way, I feel like I would just simply love if the proper opportunity came along.
She responded, “If it was the right thing, it would be such a privilege and an honour,” when pressed further about the features.