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Whitney v novi dvorani in na Kinodvorišču

Whitney v novi dvorani in na Kinodvorišču

Intimen, ganljiv in presenečenj poln dokumentarni portret pop ikone Whitney Houston, ki ga je z uradnim pooblastilom pevkine družine zrežiral oskarjevec Kevin Macdonald (Marley), bo danes z dodatnima predpremiernima projekcijama ob 16.30 in 19.00 otvoril dvorano z novimi, udobnejšimi stoli. Večerna projekcija filma ob 21.30 bo ponovno otvorila Kinodvorišče, naš letni kino v atriju Slovenskih železnic.

Dokumentarni portret pop ikone Whitney Houston, ki ga je z uradnim pooblastilom pevkine družine zrežiral oskarjevec Kevin Macdonald (Marley), bo danes z dodatnima projekcijama odprl našo prenovljeno Dvorano. Na novih, udobnejših stolih si ga oglejte ob 16.30 ali 19.00. Vse, ki ste zamudili skoraj razprodano Vikendovo predpremiero na Ljubljanskem gradu in bi si ga želeli ogledati na prostem, pa vabimo, da nas obiščete ob 21.30, ko bo dokumentarec predvajan na Kinodvorišču.

 

Whitney Whitney

Kevin Macdonald

An intimate portrait of musical icon Whitney Houston (‘Nippy’ to her friends) directed by Academy Award winner Kevin Macdonald (Marley) with the support of Houston’s family. The film, which recently had its premiere at this year’s Cannes Film Festival, arrives at Kinodvor shortly after Nick Broomfield’s 2017 documentary ‘Whitney: Can I Be Me’.

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