Charli XCX Made a Documentary On Being a Woman in the Music Industry
Charli announced the upcoming documentary in a series of tweets, writing, "Angels!! i made a documentary called 'The F Word And Me' all about feminism in the music industry. next tuesday at 10.30pm on @bbcthree!! I feel like the question 'whats it like to be a woman in the music industry' is annoying/complex but still necessary. this doc explores that."
Charli continued, "i can't wait for u 2 see this angels. all of the girls i spoke 2 had such interesting & insightful things to say. i hope u can all watch it."
The "Boom Clap" singer reportedly filmed the documentary over the summer when she played festivals like Glastonbury and Lollapalooza. According to a synopsis on DigiGuide, “She talks to fellow artists about what it's like to be a woman in the music business, as she finds out what feminism, the real 'f-word,' means in the 21st century.”
The description continues, "It seems like a golden age for female artists, a time when they are finally running the music world -- even singers like Beyonce proudly stand in front of a feminist logo. But what is it really like to be a woman caught up in the pop machine today?”
The F-Word and Me is set to air on BBC 3 on November 24th at 10:30PM, and will reportedly be posted on BBC 3's site shortly after it broadcast.
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