Movie Review: Woodstock documentary shows what made the music festival tick

The granddaddy of music documentaries is Michael Wadleigh’s 1970 film “Woodstock,” an immersive look at the famed weekend concert on a New York alfalfa field in 1969. “Woodstock: Three Days that Defined a Generation” is not going to topple that first film from its pedestal. But it’s entertaining and informative, it contains photos and footage that haven’t been seen before, it delves into the making of the event rather than just the showing of [...]
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