Altamont 360° is a full-length documentary film about the Altamont Festival of 1969. Produced by Susan Doran.
You want to know the one truth that explains the Altamont Free Concert of 1969!
Who was to blame? Who are the villains?
What if there's not one truth--or one true narrative?
What if the reality of Altamont (and other historical events) depends on your angle, and "the true story" is multifaceted, and gorgeously complex?
High-concept 360° storytelling
Inspired by Rashomon, the brilliant film by Kurosawa, in which multiple characters provide highly varying, subjective, often contradictory narratives of the same violent incident.
Altamont 360º is a high-concept revolutionary documentary film exploring the Altamont Free Concert of 1969, using a 360-degree Rashomon-style device that gives voice and validity to all perspectives and all angles of the compelling collection of stories that is Altamont.
Multiple narratives | multiple realities | multiple platforms
Altamont 360° is not only a full-length film, but a transmedia suite of storytelling vehicles and platforms, including:
• "Night Before Altamont:" audio documentary
• Web: interactive multimedia website, featuring outtakes, archival artifacts, social components, etc.
• Altamont: The Book
• Altamont graphic novel
"Just as every cop is a criminal/And all the sinners saints"
Were you there?
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Located in the Wild West....where it all happened