Justin Bieber: 'Believe' Movie to Screen at Toronto Film Festival!

Justin Bieber: 'Believe' Movie to Screen at Toronto Film Festival!

Justin Bieber‘s new documentary film Believe is set to screen for select buyers at the 2013 Toronto International Film Festival this upcoming week!

The film, which was directed by Never Say Never helmer Jon M. Chu, mixes in concert footage from the 19-year-old singer’s most recent tour to trace his path to becoming a worldwide phenomenon, according to Deadline.

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Justin‘s concerts in Miami back in January were filmed for the movie and we can’t wait to see the candid footage that gets put in the film.

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5 Comments

#1
laland @ 4:51 pm on 09/02/2013

are you ******* i n g kidding me?????????????? this festival isn’t serious anymore!

#2
good-one @ 5:01 pm on 09/02/2013

Somewhat derivative, but still kind of fun:

http://www.wired.com/underwire/2013/09/bieber-hiphop-bsbd/

#3
Lucy @ 5:20 pm on 09/02/2013

YES!!! Brilliant!! I saw a Believe concert live and it was incredible, the singing, the choreography, the lighting and the passion. Can’t wait to see this in cinemas. What better place than the Toronto film festival for the gorgeous Canadian crooner to showcase what will be another hugely successful film.

#4
Janice @ 6:15 pm on 09/02/2013

I got a free ticket!! I was at yonge dundas theater and there was a guy handing out the remaining tickets, he said they finish tomorrow tho.

#5
NEDA @ 12:43 pm on 09/03/2013

YEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEY!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! SO SO SO SO HAPPY…………….. <3 YA JUSTIN………..

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