Festival Express

2003, Movie, R, 90 mins

The rock festivals at Woodstock, New York, and Altamont, Calif., embodied the '60s counterculture's polar extremes and inspired two great, epoch-defining documentaries, WOODSTOCK and GIMME SHELTER (both 1970). The contemporary but largely "Canadian Woodstock," a traveling musical circus that chugged its way by train from Toronto to Winnipeg, was equally well documented, but the film went unmade until 2003. In 1970, Canadian promoters assembled a multiband festival to play numerous cities over a five-day period. Rather than flying bands in and out on a staggered schedule, they chartered a train, renamed the Festival Express, and fitted it with every rock 'n' roll luxu...
Released: 2003 Rated: R Length: 90 mins

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