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Michael Wadleigh (born September 24, 1942) is an American movie
director and cinematographer renowned for his groundbreaking
documentary of the 1969 Woodstock Festival, Woodstock. A native of
Akron, Ohio, Wadleigh entered films in his early twenties as a
cinematographer on independently-produced low- budget films David
Holtzman's Diary and I Call First (both 1967), and My Girlfriend's
Wedding (1969). Billed as Michael Wadley, he gained notice for his
work from critics who followed independent and underground films,
but the films, primarily aimed at a specialized and counterculture
audience, brought him no financial success.
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