Taylor Swift’s ‘Miss Americana’ Documentary To Premiere At Sundance

Taylor Swift‘s documentary, Miss Americana, is set to premiere at 2020’s Sundance Film Festival, according to the festival’s Wednesday (Dec. 4) lineup announcement.

The documentary, directed by Lana Wilson and produced by Morgan Neville, Caitrin Rogers and Christine O’Malley, will premiere on Day One of the festival, which is set for Jan. 23 and will run through Feb. 2 in Utah.

The Sundance Festival’s website describes the documentary as, “A raw and emotionally revealing look at one of the most iconic artists of our time during a transformational period in her life as she learns to embrace her role not only as a songwriter and performer, but as a woman harnessing the full power of her voice.”

The festival will feature pictures selected from more than 15,000 submissions.

“At this year’s Festival, we’ll explore the theme of ‘imagined futures,’ inside the theaters and in the conversations sparked by the work we are presenting,” says executive director of the Sundance Institute Keri Putnam. “We believe diverse stories from independent artists around the world open us up to new perspectives and possibilities—at a time when fresh thinking and dialogue is urgently needed.”

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