An ‘All Too Well’ short film, directed by Taylor Swift herself, will debut on Nov. 12

The film will accompany the re-release of Swift’s Grammy-winning album, Red.

An ‘All Too Well’ short film, directed by Taylor Swift herself, will debut on Nov. 12
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The holiday blues is almost here, and Taylor Swift is already stretching — as part of the re-release of her multi-awarded 2012 album, Red, the country singer is set to debut a short film tied to the 10-minute ballad from the same album, “All Too Well,” written and directed by Swift herself. 

Swift also shared on Friday morning a 30-second preview of the short film, which features a car speeding through an autumn landscape. Stranger Things’ Sadie Sink and The Maze Runner’s Dylan O’Brien is set to appear alongside Swift in the 13-minute long short film. 

The song is part of Red (Taylor’s Version), a re-release of Swift’s Grammy-winning album that also includes 29 other vault tracks that were originally slated to be part of the album.

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Last September, Swift surprised fans by revealing the other featured artists who will have parts on a handful of tracks. She also shared that the release date of Red (Taylor’s Version) has been bumped up by a week from its scheduled drop on November 19.

Phoebe Bridgers will duet with the country icon on “Nothing New;” Chris Stapleton will have a part on “I Bet You Think of Me;” and Ed Sheeran will do double-duty by singing with Swift in both “Everything has Changed” and “Run.”

Red (Taylor’s Version) is the second album that the songstress has revisited following last April’s Fearless (Taylor’s Version)


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