Taylor Swift says she 'would love' to direct a feature film

In the words of The Hollywood Reporter, the multiple Grammy winner attended the gala film on Saturday, to promote her 10-minute short film she directed

After the screening of the short movie "All Too Well" at the 2022 Tribeca Festival, pop star Taylor Swift said she "would love" to make a full-length feature film.

As per The Hollywood Reporter, the multiple Grammy winner attended the gala film on Saturday to celebrate the 10-minute short she directed on her hit song of the same name , which debuted in 2012 as a part of her album "Red".

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"It is so exciting to direct and write an entire film. I can't imagine the film being any bigger in terms of size.

I really enjoyed making films that were intimate with a group that was incredibly small and a very strong group I could trust," Swift said during an interview in a meeting with the film's Director Mike Mills.

The singer-songwriter also spoke about the process she used to make the short movie "All Too Well", declaring that the film "started with meddling".

She told me she began writing up elaborate ideas to her films as well as "outsourcing the directing" about a decade back.

"It felt very natural to extend writing a song and visualising it in my head to making a shot list and storyboarding it and picking who we wanted as the head of each department and who would help put all of this puzzle together," Swift,

She also directed videos to her tracks "Cardigan" and "Willow" she said.

The singer, who is 32 years old, said she took on the role of director "almost out of necessity" on "The Man", the song she recorded for her 2019 album, 'Lover'..

"My first instinct was to write the treatment, send it out. I wanted a female director to direct it. And all of my favourite female directors were booked and busy, which is great. We love that. That's fantastic. So I just figured maybe I could do it? I found it incredibly fulfilling."

She also discussed the issues that female filmmakers face. "I'm also extremely aware of my privilege when it comes to being a female filmmaker because I was able to finance this film myself."

"I have to constantly be aware that, as much as it's a constant challenge for me to be doing something new, I also understand that it's still extremely hard for women to make films, and I am always keeping an eye on that reality," she said. Tribeca Film Festival closes June 19. Tribeca Film Festival closes June 19.

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