In the summer of 1969 more than 400.000 people gathered in the town of Bethel wood New York to celebrate music, peace and love.
A half century later , Cyrille Vincent a filmmaker living in Massachusetts has decided to narrate the story from a cultural and historic stand point using music, pictures and films from archives and recent productions.
This screening is a preview of a film documentary that will be officially release Summer 2020.
“The Worcester PopUp is a creative co-working space of the Worcester Cultural Coalition in partnership with The Barr Foundation. This event is not sponsored by, nor does it necessarily reflect the views of the Worcester Cultural Coalition.”