Taylor Swift stated in an interview at the Toronto International Film Festival that she wants to make movies that are “about human stories about human passion” (TIFF).
Yesterday, September 9, the festival’s headliner participated in an In Conversation discussion and screened her first short film, All Too Well, on 35mm.
If it were the right thing, it would be such a privilege and honour, Swift remarked when asked if she planned to direct long-form movies in the future. I’ll always want to share tales about people experiencing human feeling.
The Hollywood Reporter claims that the pop star continued by mentioning female directors Greta Gerwig (Little Women), Chloé Zhao (The Eternals), and Nora Ephron (When Harry Met Sally) as influences on her work in front of the camera. It’s very wonderful that we’ve reached a point where the thought of a female filmmaker doesn’t cause you to scoff or question it as much as it formerly did, she added.
Swift also discussed the origins of her desire to become a director. “I didn’t just wake up one day and say, ‘You know what, I want to direct,'” she stated. “I skipped film school. I’ve worked on the sets of about 60 music videos, and I’ve gained a lot of knowledge from the experience.
The musician went on to say that she “truly began to study everything because you have to” while working alone on the music video for her song “The Man.”
Swift was questioned about the controversial scarf from the lyrics of the song All Too Well at another time in the In Conversation interview. Swift says in the song’s first line, “I stepped in the door with you / The air was frigid / But strangely it felt like home / And I left my scarf there at your sister’s place.”
The star revealed at TIFF that although the scarf has evolved into a sort of cultural artefact, it “is a metaphor” in the song. We made it red since the colour red has a significant role in the album’s title, “Red,” she explained.
Swift revealed information about her upcoming original album, “Midnights,” on August 28. The rapper first announced the existence of the album when accepting the Video On The Year prize at the MTV VMAs 2022. Later, he revealed the artwork, title, and release date of October 21.
Matty from The 1975 Following the online distribution of an image allegedly containing the tracklist, Healy has disputed that the band will be included on the album. “I’d adore that!” Healy replied to a supporter. But regrettably, FAKE NEWS.