WOODSTOCK

Feature Length Documentary

Warner Bros.; Directed By Michael Wadleigh

Rated R; 184 minutes; 1970

The experience of an incredible cultural event that was a unique celebration of the longing for peace, love, and music which culminated the "Age of Aquarius." Michael Wadleigh captures the amazing events and pulsating music in an overwhelming display of faultless cinematic techniques.

 

 

AWARDS

ACADEMY AWARD® WINNER

 

 

REVIEWS

"Outstanding camera work . . . the final melange is absolutely dazzling."

SATURDAY REVIEW

"The sound tracks, the images, came as close as film can to capturing the essence of a unique and remarkable moment in time . . . a masterpiece, a powerful document."

Charles Champlin, LOS ANGELES TIMES

"A milestone, dazzling montage, what D.W. Griffith and other pioneers were talking about - brilliantly made, virtually perfect."

VARIETY

"The editing a masterly combination of taste, timing and theatrics, a model of nonfiction filmmaking."

TIME MAGAZINE

"WOODSTOCK deserves a position in American film history."

CHICAGO TRIBUNE

"An important film, superbly made."

CHRISTIAN SCIENCE MONITOR

 

 

BLURB

This incredible documentary is sure to be a smash with your students.