JIMFF

컨텐츠 바로가기 메뉴 바로가기

제15회 제천국제음악영화제

9th(2013)
Woodstock: Now and Then
USA | 2009 | 87min | COLOR | Documentary

PROGRAM NOTE

In the summer of 1969, on a farm about 90 miles north of New York City, over 500 thousand people gathered for a 3 days music festival that, in an instant, defined a generation – and changed popular culture forever. In 2009, Barbara Kopple seeks out the performers, the audience members who took part in the festival and the film crew who created a piece of work that would go down in music documentary history to reminisce in commemoration of the 40th anniversary of the Woodstock. Footage of the Woodstock and unforgettable episodes as well as the memories and flashbacks of values that youngsters aspired to at the time are laid out through the sharp observations of Barbara Kopple. 

Share in

DIRECTOR

Barbara Kopple

Barbara Kopple, a two-time Academy Award winning filmmaker for Harlan County USA and American Dream, recently directed the narrative feature Havoc. She produced and directed many of documentaries, TV series and a narrative feature about human right issues of labor, war, AIDS and women and also rock, and has been awarded the Human Rights Watch Film Festival Lifetime Achievement Award, the Sundance Film Festival Grand Jury Prize etc. 
Producer
: Barbara Kopple, Suzanne Mitchell
Screenwriter
: Martin Torgoff
Cinematography
: Hart perry
Editor
: Emir Lewis, Michael Culyba
Sound
: William Tzouris, Ryan Carroll, Giovanni di Simone