The American singer and producer Taylor Swift will make her directorial debut at the hands of the Searchlight Pictures studio, the same one behind the Oscars “Nomadland” (2021) and “The Shape of Water” (2018)The specialized media reported this Friday.
“Taylor is a once-in-a-generation artist and storyteller. It is a genuine joy and privilege to collaborate with her. as he embarks on this exciting new creative journey,” the studio said in a statement released by The Hollywood Reporter.
Details about the plot and the potential cast have not yet been released.
The interpreter, 32 years old and winner of 11 Grammys, won last August at the Video Music Awards (VMA), the most veteran music awards on the MTV network, with the award for best video clip of the year, best long form video and best direction for their song “All Too Well”.
In 2020 he also took for “The man” the distinction for the best director.
At the past festivals in Tribeca and Toronto, he premiered his short film “All Too Well: The Short Film”, which she directed and wrote, starring Sadie Sink and based on her song of the same name.
And already at her presentation in Toronto, she did not rule out making the leap with her own debut film: “If it were the right thing, it would be a privilege and an honor,” the singer told the audience, who this October returned to the path of electronic pop with “Midnights”, his tenth studio album.