Wattstax 48 years old
100,000 brothers and sisters turning onto being black... and telling it like it is!
Wattstax is the 1973 documentary film about the Afro-American Woodstock concert held in Los Angeles seven years after the Watts riots. Director Mel Stuart mixes footage from the concert with footage of the living conditions in the current day Watts neighborhood. The film won the Golden Globe for Best Documentary Film.
|Isaac Hayes He was 30, 65 years old when he died||as Himself|
|Richard Pryor He was 32, 65 years old when he died||as Himself|
|Rufus Thomas He was 55, 84 years old when he died||as Himself|
|Kim Weston He was 33, now 81 years old|
|Melvin Van Peebles He was 40, now 88 years old||as Himself|
|Albert King He was 49, 69 years old when he died|
|David E. Blewitt as Editor. He was 44 (81) years old when He died||Editing|
|Robert K. Lambert as Editor.||Editing|
|Larry Shaw as Producer. He was 20 (50) years old when He died||Production|
|Roderick Young as Director of Photography.||Camera|
|José Louis Mignone as Director of Photography.||Camera|
|David Newhouse as Editor.||Editing|
|Larry Clark as Director of Photography. He was 30 (now 78) years old||Camera|