Lady Gaga and Netflix have released the first look of the upcoming documentary Five Foot Two of the singer’s life behind-the-scenes in the past two years. The upcoming movie will be the first documentary that the 31-year old singer has released in her career so far.

Behind-the-scenes footage

According to Entertainment Weekly, the trailer of the movie, whose title is “Gaga: Five Foot Two,” offers a look at the recording and release of her latest album “Joanne.”

Lady Gaga and her team had faced many difficulties during the production of the album as she sought to reinvent herself as an artist after her fourth studio album “Artpop” failed to match the massive success of her first three records.

Apart from “Joanne”- related content, the “Five Foot Two” trailer also shows some clips of her preparing for her Super Bowl Halftime Show performance back in February. There is also some footage of her shooting for her cameo appearances in “American Horror Story: Roanoke.”

The trailer also shows Lady Gaga getting a Joanne tattoo, taking a hug from fashion icon Donatella Versace and going on a shopping trip to Walmart. She is also seen making her collaboration with British alternative rock singer Florence Welch.

Directed by Chris Moukarbel, “Five Foot Two” will be making its world premiere at the Toronto International Film Festival, which will be held from September 7-17 in various spots in the Canadian city.

The documentary is promised to be a cinéma vérité or unfiltered access to the superstar’s life.

Lady Gaga expands artistry

The Toronto International Film Festival premiere of “Five Foot Two” is further proof that Gaga is determined to expand her artistry beyond her music. In the past three years alone, she starred in one season of “American Horror Story” and headlined the second most-watched Super Bowl Halftime performance in history with 117.5 million viewers.

The Lady Gaga-led halftime performance earned a total of six nominations in the Emmy Awards, the most of any Super Bowl-related performances in the past ten years. She is also set to star in a remake of “A Star Is Born,” which will be directed and co-starred in by Bradley Cooper.

Lady Gaga may be winning a few Emmy trophies on the awards show ceremony on Sunday, September 17. It will be broadcasted live from the Microsoft Theater in Los Angeles. On the other hand, “Five Foot Two,” can be streamed on Netflix starting Friday, September 22.