Selena Gomez is the epitome of a multihyphenate—she is a singer, songwriter, actress, producer, businesswoman, and activist! Selena Gomez, a 30-year-old Grammy-nominated performer, teased Selena Gomez: My Mind and Me on Instagram. Alek Keshishian, who oversaw the highly lauded 1991 documentary film Madonna: Truth or Dare, is in charge of directing and producing the feature-length documentary.
Selena Gomez released a mute video on Instagram of a private screening room that was empty but displayed the first batch of Selena Gomez: My Mind and Me episodes, which will air on Apple TV+.
The Documentary Will Focus On Selena Gomez’s Post-Disney Years
Selena Gomez achieves unimaginable stardom after years in the spotlight, but just as she reaches a new peak, an interesting turn pulls her into darkness. This distinctively raw and personal documentary spans her six-year journey in a different light. Alek Keshishian produced and directed “My Mind and Me.” He previously made the ground-breaking 1991 documentary “Madonna: Truth to Power.”
She frequently discusses her battles with anxiety and sadness, and in 2020 she made her bipolar diagnosis public. Gomez introduced Wondermind earlier this year, a content platform dedicated to mental health and wellness. Along with other influential figures in the field, including First Lady Dr. Jill Biden, she recently made an appearance at the White House to host the event’s inaugural Mental Health Youth Action Forum.
Gomez has had a busy few years, launching her Rare Beauty line, hosting her own culinary show called “Selena + Chef,” and currently starring in the comedy “Only Murders in the Building,” which garnered her first Emmy nomination. She is actually only the second Latina in history to receive a nomination for outstanding comedy series producer.
“SelenaGomez: My Mind and Me” has not yet received a release date.