On Saturday, Taylor Swift screened a 10-minute short for her hit song “All Too Well” at the Beacon Theater as part of the Tribeca Film Festival. Fans will probably get excited just to see it on the big screen, but Swift herself has the style to suggest a talk back after the show. Limit line The evening’s report was pretty epic and even included a surprise acoustic performance of the song for Swift’s raving audiences.
The music video is Swift’s directorial debut. She and writer-director Mike Mills discussed the process and some of the things she discovered about her ambition through the project. The song itself is said to be based on her brief relationship with actor Jake Gyllenhaal and the music video stars. Strange things actresses Sadie Sink and Dylan O’Brien. Unexpectedly, the on-screen couple appeared at the end of the event. While they didn’t discuss her real-life previous romance, they did discuss how the fight scene in the middle of the video was largely improvised.
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“We repeat ourselves – we go in circles, you know?” O’Brien explained, saying extras have been cut. “But that’s what makes it.”
Swift expands on the idea of communication in general and how repetitive these types of conflicts are in relationships.
“Others can’t hear you, so you speak this way,” she explained. “Perhaps you speak louder. You are trying to be heard. It is a failure of communication. “
Mills asked Swift if she’d like to direct longer productions, or even a feature film.
“I really like it,” she said. “It would be great to write and direct something,” although it will likely be a project on the same human scale as “All Too Well.”
She added that she had self-funded the short and admitted that it was a “privilege to be able to hold the camera,” as not many filmmakers have such access. But Swift alluded to the lack of creative control she felt when Scooter Braun bought control of her key recordings.
Swift said: “I can’t own my work, explaining why that has motivated her to not only re-record all of her music, but to further her ambitions and artistic journeys. me.
“It was a very difficult time for me,” she said. “A lot of my hardest moments and moments of extreme grief or loss have been galvanized into what my life now looks like.”
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