In 2021, Taylor Swift wrote and directed a 14-minute short film called All Too Well: The Short Film.(Don Arnold/TAS18/Getty Images)
Throughout her career, Taylor Swift has worn many hats. She’s worked as a lead artist, producer and actress among other roles. Now, she will make her debut as a feature film director. Deadline has revealed that Searchlight Pictures has landed the chart-topping star’s directorial debut.
“Taylor is a once-in-a-generation artist and storyteller. It is a genuine joy and privilege to collaborate with her as she embarks on this exciting and new creative journey,” Searchlight Presidents David Greenbaum and Matthew Greenfield told Deadline.
At this point in time, details regarding Swift’s feature directorial debut are few and far between. Thus far, the media outlet has told fans that Swift has developed a script, but no actors or producers have been attached to the project just yet. Additional details will be shared in due time.
Taylor Swift rose to fame as a star in the world of music, but she has used her talent to parlay roles in various television series and films. She has appeared in shows like New Girl as well as films like The Giver, Amsterdam and The Lorax. Most recently, she wrote and directed a 14-minute short film called All Too Well: The Short Film. Swift’s short film landed at the Tribeca Film Festival and Toronto International Film Festival. Having developed her directing chops recently, Swift is ready to take the next step as a feature film director.