What films have been made about Taylor Swift?

As the Eras tour continues to sweep across the globe like some kind of pop music tsunami, there’s a reasonable chance you’re one of the countless Swifties to experience the mind-melting phenomenon that is Tay-tay live. But there’s an even bigger chance that you’re not, because a) those tickets ain’t cheap and b) it’s sold out.

But if you still want to check out the world’s biggest pop star from the comfort of your own home, never fret: not only does Swift dominate the landing page of every single news site, she’s quite understandably been the subject of a number of films, too. She’s also dabbled in a little acting from time to time, with, uh, mixed results (hi, Cats!). So, as a public service, here’s every Taylor Swift concert film and documentary we could find—plus her acting appearances for the completist.

Tay-tay’s first concert film was 2015’s The 1989 World Tour Live, directed by music video maestro (and former member of black metal outfit Bathory, trivia fans) Jonas Åkerlund. It was shot at Sydney’s ANZ Stadium on November 28, 2015, in front of a 76,000-strong crowd. But if you want to see her first appearance in a concert film, she crops up in 2009’s Jonas Brothers: The 3D Concert Experience for a bit of a duet.

Next up was 2018’s Taylor Swift: Reputation Stadium Tour, filmed at AT&T Stadium in Arlington, Texas on the singer’s fifth headlining tour. Released exclusively on Netflix on December 31, 2018, it was a smashing success and won huge critical plaudits. Unfortunately, it was taken down on December 30, 2023, so good luck running that one down.

2020 saw director Lana Wilson’s Miss Americana, which documented the tail end of the Reputation Tour and the beginnings of Swift’s next album, Lover, with a wealth of interviews and archival material providing a surprisingly intimate and candid look at Swift’s life. 2020 also saw the release of the one hour concert film, City of Lover, plus the documentary Folklore: The Long Pond Studio Sessions, which Swift directed and produced herself.

Then in 2021 we get All Too Well: The Short Film, a sort of extended music video for the song of the same name, starring Sadie Sink and Dylan O’Brien, and directed and produced by Swift.

And 2023, of course, saw Taylor Swift: The Eras Tour smash all manner of records.

Now, if you want to run down all of Tay-tay’s acting appearances, here’s your checklist:

Haley Jones in episode 16,  season 9  of CSI: Crime Scene Investigation.

Felicia in 2010’s Valentine’s Day.

The voice of Audrey in 2012’s The Lorax.

Elaine in episode 25, season 2 of The New Girl.

Rosemary in 2014’s The Giver.

Bombalurina in 2019’s Cats.

Liz Meekins in 2022’s Amsterdam.

And probably nobody in 2024’s Deadpool & Wolverine, but the rumours are certainly flying.