Justin Bieber’s ‘Believe’ Documentary Has Secret Screening at TIFF + NY Fashion Week
Justin Bieber shows off his mustache during the opening ceremony of New York Fashion Week on Sunday.
The 19-year-old attended the opening ceremony keeping it casual in a white t-shirt and a backwards baseball cap. He also attended the Y-3 Spring/Summer 2014 runway show earlier in the day where he opted for a black outfit and kept his hair down.
Over the weekend, Justin also filmed a new interview that will be put into his upcoming Believe documentary. Justin sat down with director Jon M Chu for a raw 3-hour interview. Justin tweeted, “”Just gave the most important and honest interview of my life. 3 hours of everything. Thank u @jonmchu . #Believe.”
Even though the film is not complete, a secret preview screening was held at the Toronto International Film Festival (TIFF) over the weekend. The screening was held by IM Global at the Cineplex in Toronto and brought potential buyers and beliebers together.
The screening, whose location was kept under wraps for fears that it would be swamped by the singer’s fans, gave the attendees a first glimpse of the documentary, a mix of concert footage and interviews about the now-controversial pop star’s rise to fame.
Security was extra tight at the event as all cell phones and electronic devices were taken until after the screening.
Are you excited for Believe: The Movie? The film is aiming for a Christmas release and new music is expected from Justin in October.