Justin Bieber's "Believe" will move one step closer to theaters when it hits the Toronto Film Festival this week.
"Believe" director, Jon M. Chu, will be screening the film to potential buyers at the festival, which opens on Friday.
Chu previously directed Bieber's hit "Never Say Never" film, which chronicled the singer's "My World Tour" and grossed almost $100 million worldwide.
The cameras started rolling on this latest film when Bieber kicked off his "Believe" tour in September 2012, and will follow a similar format to the first movie, compiling concert clips with off-stage content.
As a result, fans eager to get the inside track on how Bieber and Selena Gomez's relationship ground to a halt last December, will likely have better luck perusing magazine gossip columns.
Further, Bieber's eyebrow raising, tour-stop behavior that began to hit tabloids earlier this year is also unlikely to be included as Chu has already said that the majority of filming concluded at Bieber's Miami show in January.
"Believe" will follow what has been a steady stream of concert movie documentaries, the most recent of which, "This Is Us," a film chronicling the British boy band, One Direction, opened this past weekend.