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Family Gives Go-Ahead For Whitney Houston Documentary To Be Shot

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The estate of the late singer, Whitney Houston, have given the go-ahead for a documentary film on the life of the singer to be produced.
British Academy Award winner Kevin Macdonald of ‘The Last King of Scotland’ fame is heading the project, which would tell the story of the tumultuous career of the legendary singer, which was tragically cut short four years ago.
This is the first project to focus on the singer since her death that the family has sanctioned.
“The film will include interviews with friends, family and collaborators, including Clive Davis, founder and president of Arista Records, who is credited with discovering the singer.” the BBC reports.

“The filmmaking team will also have access to exclusive demo recordings, rare performances and audio archive.”
“I want to reveal a woman that even her most die-hard fans never knew; and a woman those new to her life and music will never forget,” the director for the as at yet untitled movie, Kevin Macdonald said.

“She changed the way pop music was sung – bringing it back full circle to its blues and gospel roots.

“Although we won’t shy away from the darker parts of Whitney’s life – her descent into addiction – I want audiences to walk out of the cinema and feel positive about Whitney and her music.”
Whitney Houston, who won six Grammy awards during a legendary career, was found drowned in a bathtub back in 2012. Her daughter, Bobbi Kristina, was tragically found in an almost identical situation last year



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