AceShowbiz - Hit songwriter Diane Warren is set to be given the documentary treatment for a new feature film.
Bess Kargman will direct the currently-untitled project, which will chronicle Warren's rise in the music industry to becoming a 12-time Oscar nominee and the master behind hits like Cher's "If I Could Turn Back Time", Aerosmith's "I Don't Wanna Miss a Thing", and Toni Braxton's "Un-Break My Heart".
The documentary will feature archival footage and old interviews with Warren from over the years, and provide viewers with an "intimate look at all aspects of her life and career," according to producers.
In a statement, Warren writes, "I know there are a lot of music documentaries, but this is the first one about me! I am looking forward to 'turning back time' (see what I did there) and sharing my story. There will be looking back and there will also be looking forward, which to me is always the most exciting part."
Kargman adds, "Diane's impact on our culture has been profound and transcends generations of music fans - I remember (with great fondness) singing her hit songs a cappella as a college student."
"It is an honor to chronicle her inspiring story and document the life and career of the most prolific songwriter of our time for this film."