Shania Twain Documentary Coming To Netflix
Shania Twain's incredible journey from humble beginnings to country music superstardom is at the center of a new documentary. Shania Twain: Not Just a Girl, directed by accomplished film producer Joss Crowley, will be available to stream exclusively on Netflix beginning July 26.
The film will take fans through all of the ups and downs of Twain's rise to fame in the 1990s, which began with the release of her landmark album The Woman in Me. Through archive footage and brand-new interviews, the film examines how Twain's determination and confidence helped to break down barriers for future generations of female artists.
Not Just a Girl also features interviews with an array of notable figures from the entertainment and music industries, including Lionel Richie, Diplo and Avril Lavigne. The film also includes segments from country artists Kelsea Ballerini and Orville Peck, who highlights Twain's impactful, special relationship with the LGBTQ+ community.
"She reached through the stereo and made me feel safe when I was a young kid," Peck notes. "She paved the way for musicians everywhere."
Viewers will also get a rare look inside the recording studio as Twain continues work on her sixth record, which is anticipated to be her first project of entirely new material since the release of her 2017 comeback album Now.