The Taylor Swift documentary will arrive at the Sundance film festival in 2020 before the release of Netflix


The Taylor Swift documentary will arrive at the Sundance and Netflix Film Festival in 2020. The movie, titled Miss American, supposedly has full authorization from Big Machine Label Group.

The documentary will follow the pop star behind the scenes of her public image and appearances and dive deep into her personal journey from when she wrote songs in her room when she was a teenager who finally became number one.

A press release described him as “ a raw and emotionally revealing look of one of the most emblematic artists of our time during a period of transformation in his life as he learns to embrace his role not only as a composer and performer, but as a woman harnessing all the power of his voice.

The piece will open the iconic annual festival before launching in the broadcast service in early 2020.

This news comes after his public appeal to fans, where he said that Scooter Braun and Scott Borchetta would not erase it to sing their own songs at the American Music Awards or use their old music for their upcoming Netflix special.

‘Guys: It was recently announced that the American Music Awards will honor me with the Artist of the Decade Award at this year's ceremony. I have been planning to make a mix of my successes throughout the decade in the program. Scott Borchetta and Scooter Braun have now said that I am not allowed to play my old songs on television because they claim that I would record my music again before they allow me next year. Also, and this is not the way I had planned to tell you this news, Netflix has created a documentary about my life in recent years. Scott and Scooter have rejected the use of my previous music or performance footage for this project, even though neither of them nor Big Machine Records is mentioned anywhere in the movie. "

Big Machine responded by saying that Taylor was free to sing his old songs while Scooter begged Swift to meet in private after his family received death threats.


Do you think the label changed its mind? Is this war really over?

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