In the preview for the documentary Selena Gomez: My Mind & Me, voice overs from TV news reports about the singer-actress having a “mental breakdown” and being diagnosed with “lupus, depression, and anxiety” are combined with images of Gomez experiencing an emotional moment. “Let me make a pledge. She declares before the screen goes black, “I am going to stop living like this,” only to resurface with the inquiry, “How can I learn how to breathe my breath, again?”
The documentary film on Selena Gomez, who is known for her work as a singer, songwriter, actress, producer, businesswoman, and activist, has a trailer that runs for more than two minutes and provides an in-depth look at her life. Detailed account of her struggle with mental illness, rising stardom, and regaining her footing after it all.
“Selena Gomez has reached an unthinkable level of popularity after spending years in the public eye. But just as she reaches a new height, something unexpected happens that drags her down into the shadows. The summary describes this film as “a uniquely honest and intimate documentary that spans her six-year journey into a new light.”
On November 4 of this year, the world will be introduced to Selena Gomez: My Mind & Me for the first time on Apple TV+. Alek Keshishian, who previously directed and produced the critically acclaimed documentary feature Madonna: Truth or Dare, is in charge of directing and producing the new documentary feature.
Following their work together on the documentary that was nominated for an Emmy Award and titled Billie Eilish: The World’s a Little Blurry, Apple has teamed up with Lighthouse Management + Media and Interscope Films to produce the film Selena Gomez: My Mind & Me. This is the second project that they have worked on together.
More than 210 million singles have been sold all over the world by Selena Gomez, and her music has been streamed over 45 billion times all over the world. She was nominated for a Grammy this year for the first all-Spanish EP she ever released, and she was also nominated for an Emmy for her role in the critically acclaimed and award-winning series Only Murders in the Building, in which she stars opposite Steve Martin and Martin Short. Both of these nominations were announced this year.