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‘Raw and uncensored’ Whitney

British filmmaker Nick Broomfield – whose credits include Kurt & Courtney and Biggie & Tupac – explores the life of another music icon, Whitney Houston, in his latest documentary.

Whitney: Can I Be Me will get its US premiere at the Tribeca Film Festival in New York next month and will offer a “raw and uncensored look” at the pop superstar who died tragically at age of 48. According to her band members, “Can I be me?” was Houston's favorite expression, one she used so much that they sampled it to play at the start of rehearsals.

Broomfield co- directs the film with Rudi Dolezal and is also one of the producers of Whitney: Can I Be Me, which will include candid interviews, performance footage and behind-the-scenes content.

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