Teaser Trailer for Whitney Houston Documentary Premiering in Cannes
"You don't know her story until you hear the truth." Roadside Attractions has debuted the very first teaser trailer for the documentary titled Whitney, an official documentary about the life and music of the late Whitney Houston. This film is premiering at the Cannes Film Festival, which is a major debut, and is the only documentary officially approved by Houston's estate. It's directed by the talented doc filmmaker Kevin Macdonald, who explains: "I approached Whitney’s life like a mystery story; why did someone with so much raw talent and beauty self-destruct so publicly and painfully? [Her estate] entrusted me with the 'keys to the vault' while giving me complete freedom to follow the story wherever it went. At [its] heart, Whitney is an intimate family story that reveals a new side to a woman that even her most die-hard fans never knew." This is only the first teaser so it doesn't have a ton of footage, but it certainly looks very powerful and emotional.
Here's the first teaser trailer for Kevin Macdonald's documentary Whitney, direct from YouTube:
An in-depth look at the life and music of Whitney Houston. Details from Variety: "Whitney contains several new glimpses into the late performer’s past, including previously unreleased tracks and never-before-seen footage, as well as recorded live performances throughout her career. The film also features Houston’s original studio recordings and a capella performances of some of her most beloved hits, as well as home video content the filmmakers were able to collect with access to the Houston estate." Whitney is directed by award-winning Scottish filmmaker Kevin Macdonald, director of docs including Chaplin's Goliath, One Day in September, Touching the Void, My Enemy's Enemy, Life in a Day, Marley, Sky Ladder: The Art of Cai Guo-Qiang; and also feature films including The Last King of Scotland, State of Play, and The Eagle. This will premiere at the Cannes Film Festival this May in the midnight section. Roadside Attractions will then release Macdonald's Whitney in select theaters starting July 6th later this summer. First impression?
The worst part of the her whole story is her daughter's life was also destroyed by her addiction.
DAVIDPD on Apr 27, 2018
I liked her but I don't know what to say to add anything related to her. This might be a good film, but I was interested more in her work than in work about her ...
shiboleth on Apr 29, 2018
The record company knew she was at it since the beginning, but hid it all away because her music kept the cash coming in. Pretty sad when she got to the stage of shitting in her bedroom sink, but I imagine living with a scumbag like Bobby Brown was incredibly traumatic and only fuelled her addiction.
Carpola on Apr 30, 2018
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