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  1. So, I decided to get back on Youtube. I took a long hiatus but I just uploaded my first video in a long time. In doing so, I stumbled upon THIS video, where I reflected on the NYT's documentary Framing Britney Spears. I uploaded this on 2/12/21... A little over a year ago. It is SOOOO interesting to watch myself talk about this documentary NOW, knowing what we know. I definitely wouldn't have said some of the things that I did -- like that Jaime seemingly had good intentions in 2007 knowing what we know about him & Lou & the loan -- but for the most part, I stand by what I spoke about at the time. We didn't know a lot, and I am SURE this is only the tip of the iceberg of what's to come out... But I am so happy that Lou is going to get what's coming to her, and I spoke about her in this documentary and remember wondering (and being hopeful!) if any investigation would bring up her dirty deeds. But it also seemed like things were moving impossibly slow... I remember arguing SO MUCH with my friends about Britney during this time. Literally people that weren't Britney fans, but were just judging her for her IG, and still calling her crazy, and saying that it seemed like she "needed" a conservatorship. It felt impossible to shift people's perspective on this and to zoom out on the bigger picture and get them to understand that -- if anything -- the conservatorship is what caused her mental health to worsen. It felt like the public would never get on our side. But then the NYT jumped in and helped usher this movement to the mainstream. It's crazy to reflect upon this past year, how quickly things moved, and now that Britney is out... I can't wait to see people be subpoenaed and justice brought to this terrible, terrible, situation. In this year, both Hulu & Netflix continued with documentaries, and the NYT has written many articles covering Britney's case, most importantly covering the conservatorship in regards to her finances and Lou Taylor. Did you think one year ago we would be here? Were you hopeful, or were you afraid the conservatorship would just continue to be covered up? What surprises you most about what's been revealed in this year? If you're bored, give it a watch and reminisce on how far we've come -- and if you're feeling gracious check out my other videos (I was a flight attendant at Emirates Airline, and now starting for a domestic in the USA). I would appreciate any feedback on what you'd like to see from a FA vlog as I ultimately want to become a flight attendant that puts out inspiring and educational content that helps people grow and become their best selves, not just travel vlogs, but there will be some of that of course! Appreciate you!
  2. Update: The rumors were true. The filmmakers behind Framing Britney Spears are creating a documentary about Justin Timberlake and Janet Jackson's Super Bowl controversy, Us Weekly reports. Us claims neither Justin nor Janet are expected to be involved. Earlier: If I was Justin Timberlake, I might wanna hide, if Framing Britney spears wasn't enough to tarnish his image, it's about to get worse, much worse. I would hate to be Justin Timberlake after this one two sucker punch to his reputation and image, cos you know they're gonna show through the archives all the stuff he did against Janet during the time she needed him the most. Related:
  3. Entertaining website Deadline is helding its first "Deadline Contenders Television: Documentary + Unscripted" and the Framing Britney Spears doc are among the panelists in the lineup. The filmmakers discuss that the doc sparks a interesting conversation about media treatment of pop star. Here’s the link: https://deadline.com/2021/05/framing-britney-spears-producers-interview-samantha-stark-mary-robertson-liz-day-contenders-tv-1234748293/ The full video for the panel will be available on Monday.
  4. I find this interesting: Britney's Wikipedia daily page views are up by a lot Feb 5 - 16k (Premiere of Framing Britney Spears) Feb 6 - 54k Feb 7 - 65k Feb 8 - 71k Feb 9 - 126k Feb 10 - 138k Feb 11 - 107k Feb 12 - 197k (The day Justin apologised) Feb 13 - 149k Feb 14 - 105k pageviews.toolforge.org
  5. Yesterday, New York Times' journalist Liz Day (from their FBS documentary) answered 5 questions about Britney herself. I should probably say the the article (which is made up of 5 videos) was on the front page of their website. I was pleasantly surprised. The videos are concise answers geared toward the ever growing number of curious NYT readers interested in the Free Britney movement (she doesn't go into detail). I feel like the answer to question 4, would involve Lou Taylor, amongst the obvious. Sadly, she doesn't mention her. The five questions are: 1. What happened at the hearing on Thursday regarding Britney’s conservatorship arrangement? 2. Do you think Britney will be successful in terminating her father’s conservatorship? 3. Has the waning of paparazzi culture made it easier for celebrities like Britney to have private lives? 4. What is the goal of fans in the #FreeBritney movement? 5. Do you think Britney will ever regain total control over her personal and financial life? Here's the article https://www.nytimes.com/interactive/2021/02/12/arts/music/jamie-spears-britney-dad.html?surface=most-popular&fellback=false&req_id=428380282&algo=bandit-all-surfaces-decay-decay-02&variant=2_bandit-all-surfaces-decay-decay-02&imp_id=825023677
  6. Friday, February 5 at 10/9c p.m. For people who are NOT from the US, here's a stable link for you to watch the doc.
  7. I made a video about Britney that covers a little bit about the conservatorship, Framing Britney, FreeBritney and more. It's a brief video to get others interested in learning more about Britney. What do you guys think?
  8. Anyone know how to access the 'Framing Britney Spears' doc for viewing in Canada?
  9. Director of Framing Britney Spears documentary, Samantha Stark, talked to ET Online about her experience making the film and mentions some people tried to stop her in the process Full interview here Also I don't think we've ever seen the Z100 performance or the Mannequin rehersal clips at 7:23 and 9:59 respectively Excerpt:
  10. Variety posted a rather interesting review of ‘The New York Times Presents: Framing Britney Spears’. Firstly, those that are anxious that the documentary will be very one sided i.e pro-conservatorship and pro-team con, it’s not. So, we can breath a huge sign of relief. If anything it tips ever so slightly in the other direction. The reviewer Daniel D’addario’s overall take is a positive one (Britney matters), and suggests the documentary is fairly “balanced” in its depiction of her current situation (i.e the conservatorship). But, with regards to how the public (fans included) treat her (now and in the past), as an artist and human being, this is the biggest tragedy of all. Here are main takeaways from the article of what we can expect to see in the documentary. Spoiler: If you don’t want know anything about what’s to come, stop reading now. 1. Brit is presented as both a fascinating example of how our culture treats those we allegedly love, and as a deeply sad case of abuse. 2. Audio of Timberlake speaking crudely on the radio about Spears (no doubt about her virginity) appears on the documentary. 3. They use footage of 10 year old Britney singing “Love Can Build a Bridge” on “Star Search”. 4. Fe speaks extensively (and lovingly) about Brit the artist, and human being. She’s there to humanise Brit. 5. Hosts of a podcast (likely Britney’s Gram) discuss theories about Spears’ legal situation. 6. The documentary touches on a number of conspiracy theories that “fans” obsess over (like Britney communicating in code). Implying, the online “fandom” is as damaging to Britney the “star” as the conservatorship is. 7. The conservatorship is openly discussed, with commentary from all sides (see below), including FreeBritney fans, (FreeBritney advocate Leanne Simmons is already confirmed). 8. The conservatorship appears to be part of a lifelong pattern of “misuse” in Spears life, and career. $$$$ 9. There is an interview with a Conservatorship lawyer who had been on, and later rejoined, Spears’ father’s legal team. Likely Vivian Lee Thoreen (it couldn’t be Andrew Wallet, or could it)? 10. The documentary reproduces footage from “For The Record” of Spears yearning to be freed from the conservatorship, and being sad. 11. Brit’s silence on her situation is its own tragedy, because it would appear that the situation has caused the silence. She has a story to tell (like her contemporaries). But she is the only one who can tell it (like her contemporaries). 12. Finally, the article/documentary claims that fame was another kind of captivity for Spears, albeit one with more “liberties”. Suggesting, that before her “controlling” father, the culture that idolised her had kept her captive too. Namely, the public never saw her as a real person. Just a puppet, and someone to project on. https://variety.com/2021/tv/reviews/framing-britney-spears-review-fx-1234892912/ The 75 minute documentary airs Friday February 5th, at 10 PM, on FX and Hulu.
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