Published: Fri, December 06, 2019
Life&Culture | By Sue Mclaughlin

Sundance sets lineup with Taylor Swift, Tesla, Downhill

Sundance sets lineup with Taylor Swift, Tesla, Downhill

Produced by Tremolo Production, the documentary is directed by Lana Wilson (The Departure) with Morgan Neville, Caitrin Rogers and Christine O'Malley serving as producers.

Swift surrendered ownership of her masters when she left the record label and went on with a new deal at Republic Records just ahead of her latest album, "Lover", which was released early this year.

Netflix described the documentary as "a uncooked and emotionally revealing have a look at one of the iconic artists of our time throughout a transformational interval in her life as she learns to embrace her position not exclusively as a songwriter and performer however as a lady harnessing the total energy of her voice".

Taylor Swift and Netflix had a fun and big reveal planned to announce the singer-songwriter's upcoming documentary.

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Swift was later cleared to "stream past shows, and rebroadcast (music) on mutually approved platform (s)", allowing the singer to perform at the 2019 American Music Awards and release the Netflix documentary. Swift was arguably the driving force behind the label's success, becoming the first Big Machine artist to win a Grammy Award-four, in fact-in 2010.

After its festival premiere, the highly anticipated film will be available worldwide through the streaming giant.

BMLG released a statement the next morning denying Swift's allegations. Though male artists are rarely criticized for writing break-up songs, Swift's frequent discussions of her romantic triumphs and pitfalls in her lyrics made her a target for derision by Twitter and real-life critics alike. Other parts explained their efforts to resolve the conflict with Swift and claimed that she owes them millions of dollars and many assets to the label.

Knowing all that Swift has gone through this decade, and considering that Swift's music has been there for me through all my messy stages of growing up, I couldn't help but cry as I watched her relive the past 10 years on stage at the AMAs. One source reported that "the clearances were granted on time". This outspokenness and transparency is characteristic of Swift in recent years, but her journey to this point has been a long one.

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