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Woodstock Film

Woodstock - Director's Cut: Musikfilm/Dokumentarfilm von Bob Maurice mit Joe Cocker/Johnny Winter/Richie Havens. Auf DVD und Blu-Ray. Entdecken Sie hier reduzierte Filme und Serien auf DVD oder Blu-ray. Wird oft zusammen gekauft. Woodstock. Und noch immer taucht bisher unveröffentlichtes Film-Material auf. Woodstock Festival sich umarmendes Paar vor großer Menge, Szene.

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erlebte eine halbe Million Menschen drei Tage lang in der Kleinstadt Bethel, New York, ein Konzert, das in Ausmaß und Einfluss unerreicht ist, eine Zusammenkunft von Menschen aller Schichten mit einem gemeinsamen Ziel: Frieden und Musik. Sie. Woodstock ist ein Dokumentarfilm über das Woodstock-Festival. Über 20 Kameraleute erstellten auf dem Festival über Stunden Farbfilmmaterial. Taking Woodstock (Alternativtitel: Taking Woodstock – Der Beginn einer Legende) ist ein produzierter US-amerikanischer Historienfilm, der anlässlich des. Komplette Handlung und Informationen zu Woodstock. war ein Jahr wie kein anderes. Der Mensch setzt das erste mal seinen Fuß auf den Mond. Die New. Entdecken Sie hier reduzierte Filme und Serien auf DVD oder Blu-ray. Wird oft zusammen gekauft. Woodstock. August Mit deren Version von Joni Mitchells Song „Woodstock“ endet der Film „Woodstock – 3 Days of Peace & Music“. Joni Mitchell selber. Woodstock - Director's Cut: Musikfilm/Dokumentarfilm von Bob Maurice mit Joe Cocker/Johnny Winter/Richie Havens. Auf DVD und Blu-Ray.

Woodstock Film

Der Woodstock-Film schließt als Rockumantary an das Ende der er-Jahre sehr prominente Konzept des Direct Cinema an (vgl. hierzu Niebling Und noch immer taucht bisher unveröffentlichtes Film-Material auf. Woodstock Festival sich umarmendes Paar vor großer Menge, Szene. erlebte eine halbe Million Menschen drei Tage lang in der Kleinstadt Bethel, New York, ein Konzert, das in Ausmaß und Einfluss unerreicht ist, eine Zusammenkunft von Menschen aller Schichten mit einem gemeinsamen Ziel: Frieden und Musik. Sie.

Whatever has to be done to make it right, this is wrong. After having worked that afternoon, trying to organize people to put the fences up.

Go back out and come back in when we get the tickets and we finish the fences and the rest of it? What it means is the people who are backing this thing who put up money for it are gonna take a bit of a bath.

A big bath. But what it means is that these people have it in their heads that your welfare is a helluva lot more important, and the music is, than a dollar.

Despite its roots in it trying to be a capitalist enterprise, the concert was liberated. Please bear with us. It became obvious that we needed helicopters.

But I went on you know, and it was beautiful. And the throng of people came running up the hill. And people began to shower us with joints.

I had one in each pocket, one in my ear, and I was smoking two at a time. I got really high. I did about four or five encores you know, until I had nothing else to sing.

I made it up. I was way up on the hill and I heard it and I was transported. Not feeling that someone was going to judge you or threaten you.

So yeah, freedom on a lot of levels. We actually pulled it off and it's happening. Stage Announcement: What better way to start than with the beautiful Richie Havens?

All through the crowd there were matches and cigarette lighters and candles that looked like fireflies. Not as bright as the blue light on Joan Baez on the stage, but the immediate impact was the size of that crowd.

There was nothing in that field but human beings. John Morris : Joan Baez was just wonderful. She ended that night in a drizzle. John Roberts : Joel and I got on the Hondas.

And in the distance you could see hundreds, thousands of little campfires. It was like an army at rest before an enormous battle the next day.

That moment will stay with me forever. Ladies and gentlemen, Quill! That was the folk day. They wanted to see the Who, the Airplane, the Dead later that night.

So the crowd grew by about a hundred thousand. So like a lot of people, we just decided to go out exploring, walking around to see what was going on.

People were going to the food stands, they were coming from the bathroom. They were going God knows where.

A lot of it was like just walking the boardwalk and seeing the sights and taking in the scene. And there were a lot of people, girls and guys, who were very, very open with their lack of clothing.

Especially down by the water. Nobody looked, nobody cared. It was just plain fun. In Munich, I swam nude at the pool, but in America if you want to go topless a policeman shows up and wants to arrest you.

And then in Woodstock everyone was running around naked. Paul George : I was Normally my jaw would be on the floor, staring, but when everything, to a certain extent, is beyond belief to begin with, nothing surprises you.

There was kind of a path in the woods where people had all kinds of shops set up. They were selling musical stuff, things like beads and crafts that they had made.

Hand tie-dyed clothing, blown glass pipes, and stuff like that. Kind of head shops in the woods, that sort of thing. There was one table set up where they were just selling pot.

We were well supplied. There was so much happening that that was almost as interesting as seeing the music.

This was commune life. I had heard about it, but I had never seen it in action. You know, the understanding that the people around me are all part of the same spirit.

They had teepees and yurts and all these various little dwellings. It was magical. There was music there as well.

Away from the actual concert, the Hog Farm was kind of a center of gravity for the festival. I remember that.

They did it just because they wanted to be there, just cause they felt they could be useful. They were really nice people.

Next stop is Vietnam. I was determined I was not going to miss all these incredible people. We found our people! And Santana woke me up.

And some people took the freedom to extreme places. And that meant a lot of drugs. It was mostly marijuana, hashish, and LSD. My guess was that within a thousand feet of the stage everybody was stoned.

The Freak Out Tents were oases. That was you three hours ago. Now you take care of her. But like everything else at the festival, they were woefully understaffed and an emergency situation was developing.

Please, at your earliest convenience. This is a medical disaster in the making. They wanted to get rid of it. And they were stupid enough to believe they could mobilize the National Guard and move these kids out.

You know it looked like what I saw on the news every night in, you know, the pictures from Vietnam. Is this the start of a militarization to close this thing down?

There were three or four of them in a row. There are 45 doctors who are here without pay because they dig what this is into. They are with us.

Please go to the information station right away. What started happening was people would bring messages to back stage. And we did as many of them as we could between performances.

I understand your wife is having a baby. Please meet at the information booth as soon as you can, please.

The information booth became a center. Meet near the information center. Because after Friday I had no contact with anybody from the outside world.

How we found out what the outside world was paying attention to. And I remember thinking to myself, this is perfect.

And we walked around a bit, because we got hungry. And we quickly discovered that there was no food.

All the booths were out of food. There was nothing. Delivery trucks could not get through the traffic jams, so there was no more food. No soda, no burgers, no hot dogs, no nothing.

And then word spread very fast. But something really incredible happened. The people of White Lake and Bethel literally went in their pantries.

Anything that was in the refrigerator, anything that was in the freezer, anything that was in the house, they contributed.

Stuff was taken to the school and they flew it to the site. I have a year-old myself and I felt that we gotta give them a fair shake here.

And also a lot of the neighbors were involved in efforts to make sandwiches and get them to the helicopters.

I said give me cases of eggs. So we hardboiled hundreds of thousands of eggs. Maybe we were hicks, but we did, as the bible says, welcome the stranger.

They were hungry. We fed them. Little bags of picnic supplies, green beans, even a tiny can of olives. Bring it on! We can take it and make it into food for the masses.

It was fabulous. Just go up there and get in line. Rick Dills : I and one of my friends offer to help, and they just put us on a pot, and we scooped it for people.

I would see, I would see people passing around a coke, or something. Other people were sharing their food. It was like the loaves and the fishes, it really was.

It just had this feeling, that this was ours. This was the new city. This was the alternative city, and it worked.

But Saturday night, we really came up to speed when the sun went down. Canned Heat: Well the little red rooster told the little brown hen, meet you at the barn at about a half past ten I guess we got to a point where we felt more comfortable, and maybe we were proving to the press and the outside world that we knew what we were doing, and that this was special, that there was some kind of magic here.

And I would say that probably gave us the second wind. For me, the most memorable performance that night was Sly and the Family Stone.

The music, yes, but the crowd and just feeling this incredible electricity. I mean, it was the middle of the night and everybody was up dancing. It was just a pulsing hillside of hundreds of thousands of people.

Roger Daltrey, up there with fringe on his cape flying around. When they sang that song, they elicited this clarion call and we went, rock and roll.

The regular guys, and Nicky Hopkins. We just went out and played as best we could. We were pretty burned though, by the time we got onstage.

There was a lot of people just asleep. And the fires were starting to go out and people were crashing.

I mean people were horizontal all over the place, you know. It looked like after a big party. What we have in mind is breakfast in bed for four hundred thousand.

We must be in heaven man! And we threw nuts and seeds and raisins in it. I think we had ten serving stations, and the lines of people in front of each of the serving stations were as long as you could see.

And it was just like a gift from an angel. Max Yasgur. But I think you people have proven something to the world.

A half a million young people can get together and have three days of fun and music, and have nothing but fun and music.

And I God bless you for it. But if a conservative upstate New York farmer could feel that way, well, that was pretty cool.

In that moment, I realized, being in the middle of it, that not only was Woodstock bigger than we ever could have imagined, but it was symbolically even bigger.

Stage Announcement: Ladies and gentlemen, Mr. Joe Cocker: Yes yes, well, good afternoon. Well this title just about puts it all into focus.

What would you do if I sang out of tune, would you stand up and walk out on me? We were sharing what we love, which is amazing music, with a lot of friends.

The atmosphere was super friendly. It was a powerful feeling. And you look up in the sky behind the audience, and you can see these black clouds like Armageddon coming at you.

Barnard Collier, Journalist voice of : Hanging on these big light stands were a bunch of kids who had used them to get a better perch to watch the show from.

Gentlemen, get off the stage, get off the stage. It hit like you know, a major country storm. It was not a tornado, but it had that kind of feel to it.

Everyone scrambled to cover equipment, I mean there was a billion volts of equipment. You wouldn't believe the amount of electrical energy on those stages and in those towers.

Of course, the blankets got soaked. You know, you either just covered up, or you just held your head up and enjoyed it. And so people started playing in the mud like children.

It was like they were six years old going down a waterslide in their front yard. I guess a lot of people just wanted to get back home. So, you know, like a lot of other people, we hiked back to where the car was and went home.

They were plagued by weather from the get-go. And after the Sunday storm, the site was a mess. But the festival went on. There were a lot of great performances that weekend.

But I think the one that really stood out for most people was Crosby, Stills and Nash, because it was the first time they had ever performed together.

David Crosby, Musician voice of : I remember being terrified. Nobody had seen us get up and sing harmony together.

Nobody had seen it. This was it. This was the first time. I remember sitting in the mud listening to Crosby, Stills and Nash, looking at the sheer beauty of the night sky, wrapped in a blanket of music.

It was the feeling of oneness with it all. And this amazing music, suddenly, pshh! It was Jimi Hendrix just filling my ears with the wonder of the national anthem.

Suddenly into my head stabbed this sound. It sounded exactly like rockets, missiles and bombs bursting in air. And he hooked us up with Vietnam.

It was the devastation and the brutality and the insanity. That was a quintessential piece of art. You can feel it in your body.

You can feel it right here in your heart. I mean, you know that this is life. This is the essence of life. He had it, and he gave it to us. Henry Diltz : Everybody was so still.

Most of the crowd had left. I was on stage. I was sitting right next to him. God, it was just a moment, it was just wonderful. His guitar ringing out.

And then suddenly, it was all over. I was terrified I might find somebody dead. And so I walked all over the site. And it stank, it really stank.

There were just a few people wandering around. Nobody injured, nobody dead. A great relief. And then we started the clean up.

All this flotsam and jetsam. There were a lot of people out there helping clean up. Reporter archival : More than , people came looking for peace and music.

Many said they learned a lot about themselves, and learned a lot about getting along together, and priorities. And for most, that alone makes it all worthwhile.

It was the start of a phenomenal change in a lot of people's lives. Thoughts flashed through my mind of some other problems they have had throughout the country.

And these kids, these young people made me feel guilty today, because there were no problems. They came up for exactly what they said they were coming up for, for three days of music and peace.

I have no doubt about that. But that, that stopped the clocks for three days. For me this was the biggest thing, this friendliness, this loving, this openness.

I mean, once I experienced that, I made it the basis for the whole rest of my life. There was absolutely no violence, absolutely no bad intentions.

Everybody felt good with everybody. That inside them was a loving nature, a decency, and a fineness of spirit.

You can forget it sometimes, but very few of us want to be other than that. You just need the opportunity. Bill Hanley made the Woodstock Festival sound system and the resulting recording that forever shaped our collective memory of this generation-defining concert.

In , Joel Rosenman and his partners met to brainstorm what would become Woodstock. Menu Woodstock Credits Transcript. Our location is in the heart of Kingston, NY and is located minutes from stores that can provide easy access to many production needs and restocking concerns such as Home Depot, Lowes, Wal-Mart, as well as many local restaurants and grocery stores.

Your crew can relax and take in the evergreen and birch trees surrounding the local mountains with their wildflower meadows and indigenous foliage.

All locations within a thirty-minute drive. The location is also home to beautiful rural barns and farmhouses, as well as Victorian mansions, local schools, and firehouses, and many modern residential and commercial buildings and stores that would be perfect for external shoots, should the need arise.

While Woodstock Film Studios prides itself on having everything you need on-site, we understand that location is everything and that our location serves to make sure that we are able to go above and beyond in both providing a positive atmosphere for your production crew while also providing access to everything you may need to keep productions moving seamlessly.

Und noch immer taucht bisher unveröffentlichtes Film-Material auf. Woodstock Festival sich umarmendes Paar vor großer Menge, Szene. Der Woodstock-Film schließt als Rockumantary an das Ende der er-Jahre sehr prominente Konzept des Direct Cinema an (vgl. hierzu Niebling Ausnahmezustand: Zum Woodstock-Festival kamen alle großen Stars der Rock- und Folkszene - und über Besucher. Der Film bietet.

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Die Deutschen konnten Wadleighs heute als legendär geltenden Musikfilm im September sehen. In den Kinos in Deutschland und Österreich lief er ab dem 3. Er sei Yasgur von einem Makler vorgestellt worden. Woodstock Trailer Namensräume Artikel Diskussion. Detailsuche Sendungstitel. Tim Squyres. Jahrestages die Geschichte des Woodstock-Festivals Senay Ak Thema Dark Colony. Das Festival war für die, die es Fernseherprogramm der mm-Kamera dokumentierten, allerdings körperliche Schwerstarbeit. Alternative zu Tierversuchen Mini-Gehirne für die automatisierte Wirkstoffforschung. Aber: Man kann tatsächlich noch Neues entdecken: Die Regisseure konnten auf bisher unveröffentlichtes Material zurückgreifen. Dale Bell. So ist jetzt auch wieder "Woodstock Diary" u. Komplette Handlung und Informationen Beste Feindinnen Woodstock Eiskalte Engel Titel ein Jahr wie kein anderes. Mit 90 Minuten Spieldauer ist er wesentlich kürzer als Michael Wadleighs legendäre Festivaldokumentation. Woodstock Film

Woodstock Film Welcome to Woodstock Drive-In Video

Woodstock - Original Theatrical Trailer Woodstock Film Woodstock Film Dale Bell. Richie Havens. Milliardenhilfen in Coronazeiten Da ist bislang etwas gehörig falsch gelaufen. Michael Wadleigh. Doch es gab auch einige Schattenseiten. Bluemovie Ursprünglich sollte Live Tv Deutschland Kostenlos geringerer als Martin Scorsese Regie führen, gab diese Aufgabe dann aber doch an Michael Wadleigh weiter. August Walter Rtl2 Wann entsteht das Mythische? Das war schlicht ummöglich, denn die Bands gingen einfach nicht von der Bühne. The San Diego Union-Tribune. It was going twenty-four hours. Daily News. Suddenly it just all came into view at once. Poughkeepsie Journal. Henry Diltz : Everybody was so still. Bridges and tunnels National Historic Landmarks. Everybody felt good with everybody.

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It was just plain fun. In Munich, I swam nude at the pool, but in America if you want to go topless a policeman shows up and wants to arrest you.

And then in Woodstock everyone was running around naked. Paul George : I was Normally my jaw would be on the floor, staring, but when everything, to a certain extent, is beyond belief to begin with, nothing surprises you.

There was kind of a path in the woods where people had all kinds of shops set up. They were selling musical stuff, things like beads and crafts that they had made.

Hand tie-dyed clothing, blown glass pipes, and stuff like that. Kind of head shops in the woods, that sort of thing. There was one table set up where they were just selling pot.

We were well supplied. There was so much happening that that was almost as interesting as seeing the music. This was commune life.

I had heard about it, but I had never seen it in action. You know, the understanding that the people around me are all part of the same spirit.

They had teepees and yurts and all these various little dwellings. It was magical. There was music there as well. Away from the actual concert, the Hog Farm was kind of a center of gravity for the festival.

I remember that. They did it just because they wanted to be there, just cause they felt they could be useful. They were really nice people. Next stop is Vietnam.

I was determined I was not going to miss all these incredible people. We found our people! And Santana woke me up.

And some people took the freedom to extreme places. And that meant a lot of drugs. It was mostly marijuana, hashish, and LSD. My guess was that within a thousand feet of the stage everybody was stoned.

The Freak Out Tents were oases. That was you three hours ago. Now you take care of her. But like everything else at the festival, they were woefully understaffed and an emergency situation was developing.

Please, at your earliest convenience. This is a medical disaster in the making. They wanted to get rid of it. And they were stupid enough to believe they could mobilize the National Guard and move these kids out.

You know it looked like what I saw on the news every night in, you know, the pictures from Vietnam. Is this the start of a militarization to close this thing down?

There were three or four of them in a row. There are 45 doctors who are here without pay because they dig what this is into. They are with us.

Please go to the information station right away. What started happening was people would bring messages to back stage.

And we did as many of them as we could between performances. I understand your wife is having a baby. Please meet at the information booth as soon as you can, please.

The information booth became a center. Meet near the information center. Because after Friday I had no contact with anybody from the outside world.

How we found out what the outside world was paying attention to. And I remember thinking to myself, this is perfect. And we walked around a bit, because we got hungry.

And we quickly discovered that there was no food. All the booths were out of food. There was nothing. Delivery trucks could not get through the traffic jams, so there was no more food.

No soda, no burgers, no hot dogs, no nothing. And then word spread very fast. But something really incredible happened. The people of White Lake and Bethel literally went in their pantries.

Anything that was in the refrigerator, anything that was in the freezer, anything that was in the house, they contributed.

Stuff was taken to the school and they flew it to the site. I have a year-old myself and I felt that we gotta give them a fair shake here. And also a lot of the neighbors were involved in efforts to make sandwiches and get them to the helicopters.

I said give me cases of eggs. So we hardboiled hundreds of thousands of eggs. Maybe we were hicks, but we did, as the bible says, welcome the stranger.

They were hungry. We fed them. Little bags of picnic supplies, green beans, even a tiny can of olives. Bring it on!

We can take it and make it into food for the masses. It was fabulous. Just go up there and get in line. Rick Dills : I and one of my friends offer to help, and they just put us on a pot, and we scooped it for people.

I would see, I would see people passing around a coke, or something. Other people were sharing their food.

It was like the loaves and the fishes, it really was. It just had this feeling, that this was ours. This was the new city. This was the alternative city, and it worked.

But Saturday night, we really came up to speed when the sun went down. Canned Heat: Well the little red rooster told the little brown hen, meet you at the barn at about a half past ten I guess we got to a point where we felt more comfortable, and maybe we were proving to the press and the outside world that we knew what we were doing, and that this was special, that there was some kind of magic here.

And I would say that probably gave us the second wind. For me, the most memorable performance that night was Sly and the Family Stone.

The music, yes, but the crowd and just feeling this incredible electricity. I mean, it was the middle of the night and everybody was up dancing.

It was just a pulsing hillside of hundreds of thousands of people. Roger Daltrey, up there with fringe on his cape flying around.

When they sang that song, they elicited this clarion call and we went, rock and roll. The regular guys, and Nicky Hopkins.

We just went out and played as best we could. We were pretty burned though, by the time we got onstage. There was a lot of people just asleep. And the fires were starting to go out and people were crashing.

I mean people were horizontal all over the place, you know. It looked like after a big party. What we have in mind is breakfast in bed for four hundred thousand.

We must be in heaven man! And we threw nuts and seeds and raisins in it. I think we had ten serving stations, and the lines of people in front of each of the serving stations were as long as you could see.

And it was just like a gift from an angel. Max Yasgur. But I think you people have proven something to the world. A half a million young people can get together and have three days of fun and music, and have nothing but fun and music.

And I God bless you for it. But if a conservative upstate New York farmer could feel that way, well, that was pretty cool.

In that moment, I realized, being in the middle of it, that not only was Woodstock bigger than we ever could have imagined, but it was symbolically even bigger.

Stage Announcement: Ladies and gentlemen, Mr. Joe Cocker: Yes yes, well, good afternoon. Well this title just about puts it all into focus.

What would you do if I sang out of tune, would you stand up and walk out on me? We were sharing what we love, which is amazing music, with a lot of friends.

The atmosphere was super friendly. It was a powerful feeling. And you look up in the sky behind the audience, and you can see these black clouds like Armageddon coming at you.

Barnard Collier, Journalist voice of : Hanging on these big light stands were a bunch of kids who had used them to get a better perch to watch the show from.

Gentlemen, get off the stage, get off the stage. It hit like you know, a major country storm. It was not a tornado, but it had that kind of feel to it.

Everyone scrambled to cover equipment, I mean there was a billion volts of equipment. You wouldn't believe the amount of electrical energy on those stages and in those towers.

Of course, the blankets got soaked. You know, you either just covered up, or you just held your head up and enjoyed it. And so people started playing in the mud like children.

It was like they were six years old going down a waterslide in their front yard. I guess a lot of people just wanted to get back home.

So, you know, like a lot of other people, we hiked back to where the car was and went home. They were plagued by weather from the get-go.

And after the Sunday storm, the site was a mess. But the festival went on. There were a lot of great performances that weekend. But I think the one that really stood out for most people was Crosby, Stills and Nash, because it was the first time they had ever performed together.

David Crosby, Musician voice of : I remember being terrified. Nobody had seen us get up and sing harmony together. Nobody had seen it. This was it.

This was the first time. I remember sitting in the mud listening to Crosby, Stills and Nash, looking at the sheer beauty of the night sky, wrapped in a blanket of music.

It was the feeling of oneness with it all. And this amazing music, suddenly, pshh! It was Jimi Hendrix just filling my ears with the wonder of the national anthem.

Suddenly into my head stabbed this sound. It sounded exactly like rockets, missiles and bombs bursting in air. And he hooked us up with Vietnam.

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