Taylor Swift‘S All Too Good: Short Film won video of the year at VMAswon a Grammy nomination and renewed the debate about the location of that annoying red scarf. Now, Swift is looking for an Oscar. On Thursday, just days before Oscar voting begins on December 12, she released a behind-the-scenes video showing her directing the project, which is extremely qualified for the best short live-action.
“The first seeds of this short film were planted over ten years ago, and I will never forget the behind-the-scenes moments of the shoot,” Swift captioned the clip. on Instagram before thanking her stars sadie sink and Dylan O’brien, as well as the cinematographer Rina Duong and producer Saul Germaine. “I also want to thank our amazing cast and crew, who naturally brought this story to life. I loved every second of it and I will always miss it. All of. Also. Good. Behind-the-scenes footage of the ATW short film is now out!
In addition to releasing their 10th studio album, midnight, and inadvertently ignited Battle on TicketmasterSwift has spent recent months campaigning for All Too Good, was inspired by a real-life breakup. She appeared noisy in both Tribeca Film Festival in New York and Toronto International Film Festivalin which Swift detailing her cinematic influencesespecially by female filmmakers including Chloe Zhao, Greta Gerwig, and real life partner Lena Dunham. Swift also acknowledges her privilege of making the film in the first place. “When we talk about female filmmakers,” she said at TIFF, “I also realize that there are people who are working very hard to get financial, to get any kind of budget together. each other to work on the works and projects they want to do. So I honestly bow my head to those female filmmakers.”
In the seven-minute BTS video, Swift can be seen guiding the two main actors’ acting and advising the editorial team on the heroine’s emotional range. (Sink is referred to as “Her” in the film, while Swift plays “Her, later.”) “We’re watching someone who has lost the element of innocence and innocence,” she explains. “We’re watching her find a way to turn it into something beautiful, and she… the older she gets, the more stillness, stoicism and seriousness, and stillness but sadness. .” Swift added, “She’s fine, but she’s not someone we’ve met. So it’s just one of those things that’s lost and what’s found, and like, we’re witnessing an adult.”