The creators behind the Framing Britney Spears documentary said that they have plenty of unused clips and they may like to use those new materials to make a follow-up of that documentary.
The Framing Britney Spears documentary explored the singer’s early career. It also shared the singer’s mental health issues. It revealed the secret behind the #FreeBritney movement which tried to end her father’s controversial conservatorship.
Recently director Samantha Stark and writer Liz Day talked about the post-production of the documentary. They said that they have plenty of footage left behind and they couldn’t fit those clips into the previous film. Day said, “so much we had to leave on the cutting room floor and in our notebooks just for time”.
Day also said that they would love to consider making a follow-up. The writer mentioned, “Since the documentary aired, we’ve gotten a lot of information that we’re interested in as well that we’re interested in pursuing and reporting out further.”
The documentary “Framing Britney Spears” achieved great success and broke the UK record within 24 hours of its release. More than 220,000 people watched this documentary on the first night it aired. Netflix is also announced to make their documentary based on the singer’s life.