Woodstock: The Director's Cut


3h 4m 1970
Woodstock: The Director's Cut

Brief Synopsis

The director¿s cut of the events of the Woodstock Music and Art Fair in August 1969.

Film Details

Also Known As
Woodstock: Three Days of Peace & Music, Woodstock: Three Days of Peace & Music - The Director's Cut
Genre
Documentary
Music
Release Date
1970
Production Company
Warner Bros. Pictures
Distribution Company
WARNER BROS. PICTURES DISTRIBUTION (WBPD); Warner Bros. Pictures Distribution; PathT International; Warner Bros. Home Entertainment Group; Warner Bros. Pictures Distribution

Technical Specs

Duration
3h 4m

Synopsis

The events of the three-day Woodstock Music and Art Fair, held near Bethel, New York in August 1969. Musical performances of the participating performers are documented, as well as the reactions of community residents and the 400,000 young people who attended.

Crew

Robert Alavarez

Editor

Joan Baez

Song Performer ("I Dreamed I Saw Joe Hill" "Swing Low Sweet Chariot")

Dale Bell

Production Supervisor

John Bindor

Documentary Unit Coordinator

Eric Blackstead

Sound Coordinator (Performance)

Richard Cheu

Additional Photography

Ted Churchill

Additional Photography

Joe Cocker

Song Performer ("With A Little Help From My Friends")

Robert Dannemann

Additional Photography

Charles Groesbeek

Sound (Documentary)

Arlo Guthrie

Song

Arlo Guthrie

Song Performer ("Mr Customs Man")

Malcolm Hart

Cinematographer

Malcolm Hart

Sound (Documentary)

Richie Havens

Song Performer

Jimi Hendrix

Song Performer ("Star Spangled Banner" "Purple Haze")

Jimi Hendrix

Song ("Purple Haze")

B K Hirsh

Editor

Jere Huggins

Editor

L.a. Johnson

Sound

L.a. Johnson

Assistant

Larry Johnson

Sound (Documentary)

Larry Johnson

Assistant (To Michael Wadleigh)

Don Lenzer

Dp/Cinematographer

Don Lenzer

Cinematographer

Charles Levy

Additional Photography

Joe Low

Sound (Documentary)

Ed Lynch

Additional Photography

Michael Margetts

Additional Photography

Bob Maurice

Producer

Country Joe Mcdonald

Song

Country Joe Mcdonald

Song Performer ("I-Feel-Like-I'M-Fixin'-To-Die-Rag")

Muffie Meyer

Editor

David Meyers

Cinematographer

Joni Mitchell

Song ("Woodstock")

David Myers

Cinematographer

David Myers

Dp/Cinematographer

Richard Pearce

Dp/Cinematographer

Richard Pearce

Cinematographer

Bruce Perlman

Sound (Documentary)

Charles Pitt

Sound (Documentary)

Carlos Santana

Song

Carlos Santana

Song Performer ("Soul Sacrifice")

Thelma Schoonmaker

Assistant Director

Thelma Schoonmaker

Editor Supervisor

Martin Scorsese

Assistant Director

Martin Scorsese

Editor Supervisor

John B. Sebastian

Song

John B. Sebastian

Song Performer ("Younger Generation")

Ten Years After

Song Performer ("I'M Goin' Home")

Ten Years After

Song

Fred Underhill

Additional Photography

Michael Wadleigh

Editor Supervisor

Michael Wadleigh

Cinematographer

Michael Wadleigh

Dp/Cinematographer

Stan Warnow

Additional Photography

Stan Warnow

Editor

Alfred Wertheimer

Dp/Cinematographer

Alfred Wertheimer

Cinematographer

Yubun-yee

Editor

Videos

Movie Clip

Hosted Intro

Film Details

Also Known As
Woodstock: Three Days of Peace & Music, Woodstock: Three Days of Peace & Music - The Director's Cut
Genre
Documentary
Music
Release Date
1970
Production Company
Warner Bros. Pictures
Distribution Company
WARNER BROS. PICTURES DISTRIBUTION (WBPD); Warner Bros. Pictures Distribution; PathT International; Warner Bros. Home Entertainment Group; Warner Bros. Pictures Distribution

Technical Specs

Duration
3h 4m

Quotes

Trivia

Miscellaneous Notes

Released in United States March 1970

Released in United States on Video June 28, 1989

Released in United States September 1994

Released in United States September 2009

Released in United States Spring March 1, 1970

Re-released in United States June 29, 1994

Re-released in United States on Video August 3, 1994

Director's cut shown at Venice Film Festival (Venetian Nights) September 1-12, 1994.

Shown at Toronto International Film Festival (Yonge and Dundas Square) September 10-19, 2009.

The 1994 "director's cut" contains an additional 40 minutes of musical footage, including such performers as Janis Joplin, Creedence Clearwater Revival, Jefferson Airplane and Johnny Winter.

Released in United States March 1970

Released in United States Spring March 1, 1970

Released in United States on Video June 28, 1989

Re-released in United States June 29, 1994 (director's cut; New York City and Los Angeles)

Re-released in United States on Video August 3, 1994 (director's cut)

Released in United States September 1994 (Director's cut shown at Venice Film Festival (Venetian Nights) September 1-12, 1994.)

Released in United States September 2009 (Shown at Toronto International Film Festival (Yonge and Dundas Square) September 10-19, 2009.)