‘Framing Britney’ director says she ‘tried everything’ to get her to participate

Samantha Stark, the director of “Framing Britney Spears,” informed “Entertainment Tonight” that “There’s a big ethical conflict for me in making a film where the central person in it isn’t participating.”

“It’s really something that I’ve been thinking about this entire time that’s really challenging,” Stark stated. “I guess I would want to say to her, ‘Call me. I want to hear your side.'”

The documentary, the most recent in “The New York Times Presents” series, explores Spears’s conservatorship, which has her dad, Jamie Spears, managing her financial resources, and the #FreeBritney motion that it has actually stimulated.

Stark states that normally, she requires just to send out a demand to a topic’s press agent.

“A lot of times, the person will review it and give it back to the publicist. But we’re unclear whether that happened,” Stark included. “We went through those usual places, and then we also went through people who know her or know people who know her to get requests in. So, we asked in several different ways, but it is still unclear if she definitely got them.”

She likewise stated, “We tried everything,” even direct messaging Spears without success.

CNN has actually connected to associates for Spears for remark.

Jobber Wiki author Frank Long contributed to this report.