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  1. Wanting to show some friends For The Record. Anyone know where I can watch in HD? Most streaming sources are low quality and have Spanish/Portuguese captions. TY in advance!
  2. The director of Britney: For The Record, Phil Griffin, says Britney’s one wish for the film was to have a voice. “I still can’t believe it took this long for that voice to be fully heard.” 13 years ago today we released a film that I had the honour to direct. Even though we had to fight for every frame, Britney For the Record would become an honest and intimate portrait of a young powerful women trapped by circumstance and a machine she had no way of fighting. In "For the Record" Britney's one wish was to have a voice.. we tried to give her that voice. When we first sat down Brit said to me: "Phil theres a lot about me that people don't know...that I want them to know" I still cannot believe it took this long for that voice to be fully heard. My Dear @britneyspears I remain so proud of your strength. and as we often discussed back then - your courage is your true power and guess what ... now they know!!! Love Phil 💕 Related:
  3. On November 30, 2008, Britney: For the Record premiered on MTV following the release of Britney's sixth studio album Circus. The documentary film followed her return to the music industry after the personal struggles she had lived the previous years, and the media coverage this got. Produced by Andrew Fried and directed by Phil Griffin, they started the main shooting a few days before her appearance at the VMA's 2008 that September. The format of the film is mainly an interview which was supposed to contain no filters, where she talks about her past experiences from fame and success, to her personal life, including past relationships, marriage, divorce, and several of the highly publicized events of 2007 such as shaving her head or the infamous VMA's 2007 performance. Additional to this, we get footage of her in her day to day life, at home with her kids and her father, we see her preparation for the VMA's 2008, her guest appearance at Madonna's tour, with Madonna herself being interviewed as well, rehearsals, photoshoots, the making of the videos of Womanizer and Circus and some time at the recording studio. She also talks about her music, her feelings towards the fans, but most importantly, something that resonates a lot lately with her ongoing legal situation, this was the first time and, for a while, it was the last time she talked about the conservatorship she was placed under at the beginning of that year: "There's no excitement, there's no passion... I have really good days, and then I have bad days. Even when you go to jail, you know there's the time when you're gonna get out. But in this situation, it's never ending. It's just like Groundhog Day every day." The documentary was one of most watched shows everywhere it was aired: in the US it got a combined total of 5.6M viewers between the two airings of the show; in Mexico it got 4.3M viewers between the two times it was aired; in Australia it attracted 1.42M viewers and in the UK, 391,000 viewers. In April 2009, a DVD was released including the full documentary plus extra scenes that didn't air on MTV. It also included 3 bonus remixes of Womanizer, and 3 remixes of Circus. Despite this film being used as part of the marketing strategy for her "comeback" as well as to promote the Circus album, over the years it's faded into this obscure place with little to no recognition from "her team". It's almost impossible to find it for purchase on the internet, and it's not available for streaming in any official platform. In recent years, it has been brought to attention again because of several of her declarations throughout the film regarding her freedom (or lack of this one) and her feelings towards the people that surrounds her not listening to her, are still true and applicable to her current life, which after almost 13 years, still depends on a personal and financial conservatorship which the fan movement #FreeBritney has been advocating against. You can watch it here or here
  4. A photographer named Andrew Gallery, who worked with Britney on For The Record and became close friends with her, just revealed that he was the one to share a letter Britney wrote him between 2009-2010. Britney asked it be shared with us, but he couldn't at the time because he was under contract. Gallery says the conservatorship ultimately destroyed the letter, but before they could he made a copy. The letter was originally published on the Daily Mail in 2019, but no one knew if it was 100% real or not because the source was anonymous. Gallery reveals he was that anonymous source. He is now speaking up publicly because of the severity of her situation.
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