The 10 best movies of the summer (so far), from 'Aladdin' to 'Yesterday'
No genre generated more “do we need another?” reactions than music documentaries, with multiple ones opening on some weeks. There were some good offerings, including “Woodstock or Bust” (one of two Woodstock movies that came down the pike) Click the link to read more: http://www.startribune.com/the-10-best-movies-of-the-summer-so-far-from-aladdin-to-yesterday/512943752/
King 5 - "Director Leslie Bloom talks about the film and its connection to the pacific northwest."
New movie Woodstock or Bust takes us back to 1969 and the Summer of Love. Click the link to watch the interview: https://www.king5.com/video/entertainment/television/programs/new-day-northwest/new-movie-woodstock-or-bust-takes-us-back-to-1969-and-the-summer-of-love-new-day-northwest/281-4060bc7d-7f6a-43ce-aec1-750906f5403e
Leslie Bloom stopped by Subculture to chat with with host Veronica Bisesti
Filmmaker, Portlander, and founder of Big Kid Films, Leslie Bloom stopped by Subculture to chat with host Veronica Bisesti about her incredible independent film “Woodstock or Bust”. We talked music, heard how soon-to-be megastars Meg Delacy and Willow Shields joined the cast, and learned how the dreams of two teenage girls became the basis for this stylized and authentic recreation of a musical era celebrated to this day. Click the link below to hear the entire drop-in sessio
Joel Fisher "A charming film with a great soundtrack and some wonderful performances."
Woodstock or Bust is the feature debut from director Leslie Bloom and co-writer Judi Blaze. The story revolves around Lorian (Willow Shields) and Meryl (Meg DeLacy) as they prepare themselves for a once in a lifetime trip to Woodstock to kickstart their careers as singer/songwriters. The film takes them on a road trip where they encounter lots of new people, experiences good and bad and find out more about themselves and each other as underlying tensions start to rise in thei