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“WOODSTOCK:THE DIRECTOR’S CUT” SUNDAY AUGUST 17 2014

woodstock_1969No Festival Required Presents:

WOODSTOCK (The Director’s Cut)

45th Anniversary Screening-A Concert Film Event

Food Trucks-Cash Beer/Wine Bar-DOOR PRIZE-Bud’s Glass Joint Merchandise Table

 Sunday August 17 2014 12:30 pm (doors at 12 pm)

Location: Third Street Theater, Phoenix Center for the Arts

1202 North 3rd Street, Phoenix AZ 85004

Tickets $9.00 (advance online ticket details at- http://phoenixcenterforthearts.org/events/no-festival-required-presents-woodstock-the-directors-cut/

10.00 at the door, a dollar off with student i.d.

Sponsored By

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Bud’s Glass Joint-1021 N 1st St

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FOOD TRUCKS READY AND DOORS OPEN 12 NOON

FILM BEGINS AT 12:30-INTERMISSION APPROX. 2:30PM-3:00PM

SECOND HALF OF FILM AT 3PM-5PM

Running Time 244 minutes. Contains, nudity, drug use and foul language, i.e. all the fun 1969 offered!

Woodstock is considered both a groundbreaking documentary and a concert music phenomenon. Poignant and humorous, with incredible performances by rock music’s biggest talents, the film received the 1970 Academy Award for Best Documentary Feature.

This director’s cut expands on the original film with a better understanding of the events surrounding the creation of one of the largest concerts ever held anywhere. Over 400,000 people, in the midst of the Vietnam War, racial strife and the rise of the Hippie Movement, came to the hamlet of White Lake in the small town of Bethel New York and Max Yasgur’s 600-acre farm on August 16-18 1969 to celebrate “3 Days of Peace and Music.”

Directed by Michael Wadleigh, with Martin Scorsese(among others) co-editing, the film was a financial and commercial success and spawned much imitation of its cinema vérité, freewheeling multi-frame film style.

1.* Crosby, Stills & Nash “Long Time Gone”
2.* Canned Heat “Going Up the Country”
3.* Crosby, Stills & Nash “Wooden Ships”
Richie Havens “Handsome Johnny”
“Freedom” / “Sometimes I Feel Like a Motherless Child”
Canned Heat “A Change Is Gonna Come” **
Joan Baez “Joe Hill”
“Swing Low Sweet Chariot”
The Who “We’re Not Gonna Take It” / “See Me, Feel Me”
“Summertime Blues”
Sha-Na-Na “At the Hop”
Joe Cocker and the Grease Band “With a Little Help from My Friends”
Audience “Crowd Rain Chant”
Country Joe and the Fish “Rock and Soul Music”
Arlo Guthrie “Coming Into Los Angeles”
Crosby, Stills & Nash “Suite: Judy Blue Eyes”
Ten Years After “I’m Going Home”
Jefferson Airplane “Saturday Afternoon” / “Won’t You Try” **
“Uncle Sam’s Blues” **
John Sebastian “Younger Generation”
Country Joe McDonald “FISH Cheer / Feel-Like-I’m-Fixing-to-Die-Rag”
Santana “Soul Sacrifice”
Sly and the Family Stone “Dance to the Music” / “I Want to Take You Higher”
Janis Joplin “Work Me, Lord” **
Jimi Hendrix “Voodoo Child (Slight Return)” (credited as “Voodoo Chile” in the film) **
“The Star-Spangled Banner”
“Purple Haze”
“Woodstock Improvisation” **
“Villanova Junction”
30.* Crosby, Stills, Nash & Young “Woodstock” / “Find the Cost of Freedom” **