Whitney 'Can I Be Me?'
Whitney Houston was the most awarded female recording artist of all time, with more consecutive number one hits than The Beatles, and on top of that she was America’s Sweetheart. Yet despite her fame, talent, and success, she died tragically at the age of 48.
Featuring largely never-before-seen footage and recordings and interviews with some of her closest collaborators and friends, this moving documentary tells the story of the girl behind the voice, her extraordinary life and her tragic death.
According to band members, “Can I Be Me” was her most used expression, so much so they sampled it and would play it at the start of rehearsals.
Official Selection Tribeca Film Festival 2017 - Spotlight Documentrary - World premiere
- Type of film
- Running Time
- 90 mins
- Nick Broomfield, Rudi Dolezal
- Nick Broomfield, Marc Hoeferlin
- Executive Producer
- John Battsek, Shani Hinton, Charles Finch, Ben Silverman, Patrick Holland, Vinnie Malhorta, Kate Townsend
- Nick Broomfield
- Director of Photography
- Sam Mitchell
- Original Music By
- Marc Hoeferlin
- Production Executive
- Nicole Stott
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Last updated 24th April 2017