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How to Make a Revealing Whitney Houston Documentary When Her Estate Won’t Participate

'Whitney: Can I Be Me' director and documentarians talk portraying the true identities of familiar icons.

In Whitney Houston Doc, Friends Claim Late Singer Was Molested by Dee Dee Warwick

In Kevin Macdonald's new documentary 'Whitney,' friends of the late Whitney Houston allege that she was molested as a child by her cousin Dee Dee Warwick.

‘Whitney’: Film Review | Cannes 2018

Oscar-winning director Kevin Macdonald's 'Whitney' looks at the damaged woman behind the pop supernova in a sensitive chronicle of the blazing rise and tragic fall of Whitney Houston.

Whitney Houston Doc Trailer Explores Late Singer’s Drug Use and Headline-Making Relationships

'Whitney' offers an intimate look at the late singer's life and promises answers to the "questions you want asked."

Lorde Apologizes for Bathtub Post With Whitney Houston Lyric on Instagram

The Kiwi singer deleted the post and said she was "so sorry for offending anyone."

Whitney Houston Documentary Sets Summer Release Date

Roadside Attractions and Miramax have joined forces for the film directed by Kevin Macdonald.

American Music Awards: Christina Aguilera Pays Tribute to Whitney Houston With Stirring Medley

With songs from the top-selling movie soundtrack for 'The Bodyguard,' Aguilera honored the late Houston and her first acting role as the film celebrates its 25th anniversary.

American Music Awards: Christina Aguilera to Honor Whitney Houston With ‘Bodyguard’ Tribute

Her performance will pay tribute to the film, which was released 25 years ago, and its Grammy-winning soundtrack.

Clive Davis Talks Whitney Houston Documentary, Working With Apple

Promoting his 'Sountrack of Our Lives,' the mogul says a competing 'Can I Be Me' documentary is "inaccurate."

‘Whitney: Can I Be Me’: Film Review | Tribeca 2017

Director Nick Broomfield's Showtime-backed music documentary 'Whitney: Can I Be Me' chronicles the dramatic rise and fall of record-breaking pop diva Whitney Houston.

Inside the Unauthorized Whitney Houston Doc That Her Estate Tried to Shut Down

"We didn't want to do anything to upset them — that was never the intention," says Nick Broomfield of shooting 'Whitney: Can I Be Me,' premiering at the Tribeca Film Festival.