Filmmakers Mary Robertson, Samantha Stark, and Liz Day of “Framing Britney Spears” fame recently admitted that there is more to the story of Britney Spears that are ready to be divulged.
Amid the bombshell that is the pop star’s own fight against her father’s conservatorship, Stark stated that she and the rest of the filmmakers would love to further explore these new details.
“There’s so much more to the story. There’s so much more. Liz listed a lot of things that we want to look into. Right now, we’re researching and gathering and seeing if it’s possible. We’re looking for people with first-hand experience who can shed light on things that have been very kept in secret,” she said.
Stark expressed belief that there are a lot of people who have been scared to share what they know.
The filmmaker also stressed that the only person who would be able to tell the whole story is Spears herself, and that they would love to have her take the lead if they get to meet and talk to her. Instead of asking questions, she said, they would allow the singer to just start talking and say what was on her mind.
The original documentary was part of “The New York Times Presents” series of documentaries. Its release immediately became a hit and shed light on not only Spears’ conservatorship, but also how she has been negatively portrayed throughout her career by the media.