Meet the man who shot Woodstock
Previewed to celebrate the music festival's 50th anniversary, a 6-minute episode of Keeper director Scott Hanson's docu-series profiles celebrated rock n' roll photographer, and official Woodstock photographer, Henry Diltz.
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Despite it being 50 years since the event itself, there are few pop-culture moments so significant or visually referenced as Woodstock.
As part of his upcoming docu-series, Keeper director Scott Hanson celebrated the festival's anniversary by sitting down with celebrated rock n' roll photographer, and the official Woodstock photographer, Henry Diltz.
The six-minute episode takes audiences into Diltz’s home for an intimate look back on his Woodstock adventure, including anecdotes about trying to fit all of The Who band members in one frame and capturing Jimi Hendrix serenading half a million people with The Star Spangled Banner.
A charming and witty interviewee, Diltz's stories are brought to life through Hanson's neat probing and engaging editing style. The complete docu-series will be released later this year and we can't wait to see the other films in the collection.