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The reason it took so long for the LAPD to catch Franklin was that his victims were African American prostitutes and crack addicts whose murders the police didn’t consider worthy of inquiry.
As Broomfield slowly to dug deeper into the community he discovered an astoundingly disturbing level of disinterest from local authorities topped off with a little corruption.
Ahead of the release of legendary documentarian Nick Broomfield’s latest film, Whitney ‘Can I Be Me’, we’re giving you the chance to revisit some of his most iconic docs in this Doc House retrospective.
Howver, this fractured fairytale bears no relation to reality, according to Nick Broomfield, maker of the new intimate documentary ‘Whitney: Can I Be Me’.
"goes in search of the forces that made and then destroyed the singer who has been described as having one of the greatest voices of the last 50 years." A release date has yet to be announced.
While the film is still in its early stages, it doesn't have the initial support of the singer's family.
The film was picked up for distribution by HBO Documentary Films shortly after premiering at TIFF and is in the midst of a further festival run now on it’s way to inevitably becoming one of the most discussed documentaries of the year.
He embarks on production with only a subject and a cameraman, yet always emerges with something raw, informative, and fascinating.
Past triumphs include the near legendary Aileen Wuornos films, Kurt And Courtney, Biggie And Tupac, and Heidi Fleiss: Hollywood Madam.
I read a Newsweek article that was my introduction, I believe in 2010.
Having lived in Los Angeles, I knew about this other part of the city that I never went to that had been abandoned essentially by the rest of the city.