PBS & American Experience present WOODSTOCK
New Documentary from filmmaker Barak Goodman
PBS and American Experience present the new documentary Woodstock. The film examines the tumultuous decade that led to Woodstock, told from the perspectives of those who experienced the concert, rather than that of performers. Audiences hear from the film's Emmy Award-winning and Oscar-nominated director, Barak Goodman. Goodman’s most recent film, Oklahoma City, was honored with a prestigious Peabody Award.
This screening is one of the film’s public premieres and presents an opportunity to engage Woodstock alumni in a reunion setting.
This event is part of the Vibrations series. Vibrations launches in 2019 with eight unforgettable events bringing together change-makers, artists, and influencers to open conversations, inspire thinking and awaken purpose. Emphasizing the value of the arts and civic engagement, Vibrations brings the legacy of the past into conversation with the movements of today.
All dates, acts, times & ticket prices are subect to change at anytime without notice.
Special 50th anniversary events and activities are supported in part by donors to Bethel Woods Center for the Arts and by a grant awarded to Bethel Woods by Empire State Development and New York State's Division of Tourism/I LOVE NY under Governor Andrew Cuomo’s Regional Economic Development Council Initiative.
- Thursday, July 25, 2019 -- 4:30 PM Add to cal
- Jul 25 , 2019
- Event Gallery
4:00 PM Doors Open
4:30 PM Event Begins
This is a free event; registration required.