Taylor Swift is hyping up her fans ahead of the release of Red (Taylor’s Version) and is giving devoted Swifties the details on the exact time when they can watch her forthcoming short film for her critically acclaimed and fan favorite track “All Too Well.”
Swift took to Twitter on Thursday (Nov. 11) to share one last update ahead of the film’s release. “Shot on 35mm film with cinematography by the brilliant @the_rinayang,” she wrote, tagging cinematographer Rina Yang. “Plan your watch parties or grab your blanket and curl up into a ball. However you want to watch All Too Well The Short Film, it’ll be out tomorrow on YouTube at 7pm Eastern.”
To accompany the tweet, Swift shared the official poster for the film, which features stars Dylan O’Brien (The Maze Runner, Love and Monsters) and Sadie Sink (Stranger Things, Fear Street) sharing an intimate moment and looking into each other’s eyes. The film credits also decorate the poster, which reminds us that Swift — in addition to starring in the film — serves as the writer and director for the project.
Swift first teased the release of the “All Too Well” short film on Friday, Nov. 5 on Twitter by posting a brief 30-second clip of a vintage car driving down a back road surrounded by autumnal-colored trees. As the car is fully visible in the frame, the crisp brown leaves rustle on the concrete.
Red (Taylor’s Version) is set to release in full at midnight ET on Friday (Nov. 12) to accompany the “All Too Well” short film, a companion to the 10-minute version of the song in the 30-track expansion of the album. See the post for the short film below.
Shot on 35mm film with cinematography by the brilliant @the_rinayang. Plan your watch parties or grab your blanket and curl up into a ball. However you want to watch All Too Well The Short Film, it’ll be out tomorrow on YouTube at 7pm Eastern. 🥲 https://t.co/YzOtPK5Hzd pic.twitter.com/SWAlziJ6bC
— Taylor Swift (@taylorswift13) November 11, 2021