It ends with the epitaph to the right: On June 9, 2009 a 40th-anniversary edition was released in two-disc sets on Blu-ray and DVD, available as both a "Special Edition" and an "Ultimate Collector's Edition". | The edition of May 20, 1970 of Variety reported it was doing well in its third week in Chicago and San Francisco. Deadline Woodstock is a 1970 American documentary film of the watershed counterculture Woodstock Festival which took place in August 1969 near Bethel, New York. Release Dates After the closing credits — featuring Crosby, Stills, Nash & Young's "Find the Cost of Freedom"[16] — a list of prominent people from the "Woodstock Generation" who had died is shown, including John F. Kennedy, Malcolm X, Che Guevara, Martin Luther King Jr., Mama Cass Elliot, Jim Morrison, John Lennon, Max Yasgur, Roy Orbison, Abbie Hoffman, Paul Butterfield, Keith Moon, Bob Hite, Richard Manuel, Janis Joplin and Jimi Hendrix. What happened there was far more than just a concert. Club graded the DVD release A-, stating, "Wadleigh crafted a film with a thoughtful flow; it tells the full story of the event, from the paranoia (and eventual acceptance) of the locals to the helpful attitudes (and eventual paranoia) of the throng.

The 1970 theatrical release of the film ran 185 minutes. Granted, it couldn't happen today but these hippies grew up in a more moral time and began to throw off parts of that morality they didn't like, thinking just saying "peace and love" would make everyone love each other. Please expand the article to include this information.

The budget for its production was just $600,000,[3] making it not only the fifth highest-grossing film of 1970 but one of the most profitable movies of that year as well. Woodstock was a great commercial and critical success.

Woodstock, NY (September 5, 2019): The Woodstock Film Festival today announced the full lineup for its landmark 20th Anniversary, taking place from October 2-6 in the historic Hudson Valley towns of Woodstock, Rhinebeck, Kingston, Saugerties, and Rosendale. |   |  [4], The film was directed by Michael Wadleigh.

(as Sly & the Family Stone), Self - Cinematographer • Demetri Martin as Elliot Teichberg/Tiber, who volunteered his family's motel to be the home base for Woodstock concert organizers which would take place on a nearby farm Woodstock was one shining moment in the hippie movement and then it was gone. With John Roberts, Joel Rosenman, Joel Makower, Bob Spitz. Wadleigh's "Woodstock" created the idea of "Woodstock Nation," which existed for three days and was absorbed into American myth. Company Credits

[5] Dan Wallin and L. A. Johnson were nominated for the Oscar for Best Sound.

[12] In 2005 Ebert added Woodstock to his "Great Movies" list and wrote a retrospective review that stated, "Woodstock is a beautiful, moving, ultimately great film...Now that the period is described as a far-ago time like "the 1920s" or "the 1930s," how touching it is in this film to see the full flower of its moment, of its youth and hope. Woodstock serves as an important documentary as well as concert film. So much for peace and luv.) Woodstock: 3 Days That Changed Everything. Documentary, History, In August 1969, 500,000 people gathered at a farm in upstate New York. Jimi Hendrix's set at the end of the film was also extended with two additional numbers. An expanded 40th Anniversary Edition of Woodstock, released on June 9, 2009 in Blu-ray and DVD formats, features additional performances not before seen in the film, and also includes lengthened versions of existing performances featuring Creedence Clearwater Revival and others.

... dubbing supervisor. (uncredited), Self - Ten Years After They exposed 120 miles of film, shot with 16 cameras. [9], * studio recording from an album by the artist Hôtel Terminus: The Life and Times of Klaus Barbie, I Am a Promise: The Children of Stanton Elementary School, Into the Arms of Strangers: Stories of the Kindertransport, https://en.wikipedia.org/w/index.php?title=Woodstock_(film)&oldid=983947550, Best Documentary Feature Academy Award winners, United States National Film Registry films, Articles needing additional references from December 2016, All articles needing additional references, Articles to be expanded from December 2016, Articles with multiple maintenance issues, Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License, "Saturday Afternoon" / "Won't You Try" **, Joan Baez: "{I Live} One Day at a Time" (4:17), Country Joe McDonald: "Flying High" (2:21), The Grateful Dead: "Turn on Your Love Light" (37:44), Creedence Clearwater Revival: "Born on the Bayou" (5:12), Creedence Clearwater Revival: "I've Put a Spell On You" (4:10), Creedence Clearwater Revival: "Keep on Chooglin" (9:25), The Who: "We're Not Going to Take It" (9:07), Jefferson Airplane: "3/5 of a Mile in 10 Seconds" (5:40), Joe Cocker: "Something's Coming On" (4:14), Paul Butterfield: "Morning Sunrise" (8:26), The Hog Farm Commune (Courtesy of The Museum at Bethel Woods), Hugh Hefner and Michael Wadleigh (The Woodstock Connection), Melanie: "Mr. Tambourine Man/Tuning My Guitar" (6:18), Jefferson Airplane: "Come Back Baby" (5:56), Country Joe and the Fish: "Not So Sweet Martha Lorraine" (4:23), Crosby, Stills & Nash: "Helplessly Hoping" (2:27), Crosby, Stills & Nash: "Marrakesh Express" (2:55), The Paul Butterfield Blues Band: "Everything's Gonna Be Alright" (8:53), Jimi Hendrix: "Spanish Castle Magic" (7:09), This page was last edited on 17 October 2020, at 06:36. Who Are the DeBolts? [6][7] The film was screened at the 1970 Cannes Film Festival, but was not entered into the main competition.[8]. "[11], In his original 1970 review, Roger Ebert rated the movie 4 stars (out of 4) and described it as "maybe the best documentary ever made in America", adding "The remarkable thing about Wadleigh's film is that it succeeds so completely in making us feel how it must have been to be there". 25 June 2020

Entertainment Weekly called this film the benchmark of concert movies and one of the most entertaining documentaries ever made. Not Rated Woodstock is a 1970 American documentary film of the watershed counterculture Woodstock Festival which took place in August 1969 near Bethel, New York. Seven editors are credited, including Thelma Schoonmaker, Martin Scorsese, and Wadleigh. Woodstock tells the story of a legendary event that defined a ... See full summary ». Variety