Christina Aguilera is partnering with TIME Studios and Roc Nation for an intimate documentary about her life.
Announced Thursday, the as-yet-unnamed film has found a director in Ting Poo, whose team has been quietly documenting the pop singer's life over the past 18 months, enjoying a front row seat for her various life events, performances and places she's traveled during that time.
A press release states the film will give fans "unprecedented access to Christina’s life story." It continues, "The documentary will open up her personal archive for a wildly creative look into the past and present, from her early days as a pre-teen Disney star to her current recognition as an international icon with one of music’s most celebrated voices."
The film will feature "never-before-seen footage and exclusive behind-closed-door moments" that will "dive deep into the personal and professional life of Christina, offering a portrait of the artist, mother, and entertainer as she reflects on her multi-decade career fighting for creative freedom and gender equality."
A title and release date are forthcoming.
This is TIME Studios' sophomore collaboration with Roc Nation. They previously teamed up for a docuseries on rapper Megan Thee Stallion.