Taylor Swift’s ‘Miss Americana’ Release Date Announced

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We’re only sixteen days into the new decade, and it’s already known that Billboard’s Woman of the Decade, Taylor Swift, is aiming to make this one more golden with an introspective look into her often shrouded-in-mystique world. Directed by Emmy winner Lana Wilson, the documentary film Miss Americana will be opening the 2020 Sundance Festival on January 23, to later be released worldwide on Netflix, January 31.

Previously cast as the girl who disappeared from the media sphere, the documentary film will examine several years of Swift’s career, including the elusive ones between her Reputation and Lover eras. As Netflix describes it, “In this revealing documentary, Taylor Swift embraces her role as a songwriter and performer — and as a woman harnessing the full power of her voice.”

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By Rachel
Joining the Nerds and Beyond team back in February 2019, Rachel Finucane graduated university with a Bachelor of Arts (Humanities) majoring in Screen Arts. She’s been passionate about all things television and film-related since penning her first Neighbours fanfiction aged twelve, before inevitably taking that pen to dabble in fashion, sports, and music. She can be spotted on Twitter at @rachelfinucane_.
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