Cara Delevingne is set to be the subject of a new documentary.
The 24-year-old star has cemented herself as one of the world's top supermodels and is now becoming an in-demand actress with roles in movies such as 'Paper Towns' and 'Suicide Squad', and now she will be to subject of upcoming film 'The Cara Project'.
Revolver Entertainment is to make the documentary which will the tell the story of her incredible career.
The London-based film distributor will sell off the documentary at Mipcom, a trade show held in Cannes, France, and the American Film Market, in Santa Monica, California to publishers and broadcasters.
Revolver Entertainment intend to release the film on DVD and video on demand services in the US and Canada within the next few months.
However, the project will likely be made up of pre-existing archive footage, as Cara hasn't authorised the film and therefore won't be appearing in it to give any interviews.
It is unknown whether the documentary plans to cover her personal life, which recently saw her split from partner St. Vincent - real name Annie Clark - after a year-and-a-half of dating.
Previously speaking about her acting ambitions, Cara - who is currently shooting sci-fi thriller 'Valerian and the City of a Thousand Planets' - said: "I'm just going to be taking my time and doing things that I really care about, you know, parts that I really enjoy. But we'll see. I don't know. I never want to expect anything of the future, I just want to kind of try my best and see what happens."