Kathy Griffin is ready to tell A Hell of A Story.

In the comedian’s first-ever concert film, Griffin dives into what it was like to be mired in controversy after taking photos holding a mask that looked like the severed head of President Donald Trump in 2017. Directed by Troy Miller (Bill Maher: Live From DC) and self-produced and written by Griffin, Kathy Griffin: A Hell of a Story finds the two-time Emmy winner sharing “the scary and hilarious behind the scenes stories of her fight to stand up for her first amendment rights,” according to the press release. “From Trump to celebrities, no person or topic is off limits.”

Griffin will also appear for the first time at the Austin-based SXSW festival, where she’ll host the film’s world premiere and appear on stage in an interview with EW’s Shana Krochmal. The film currently does not have a distributor.

Watch the trailer above.

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