SEATTLE — New movie Woodstock or Bust follows Lorian (Willow Shields) and Meryl (Meg DeLacy), two 17-year-old songwriters on a cross country journey road trip to show their music at New York’s world-famous Woodstock Music & Art Fair. Hitting the road in a '65 Mustang Convertable, the teens defy all odds, including their parents and better judgment, on a road trip that will change their lives forever.
Woodstock or Bust has racked up three wins at 2019's Los Angeles Film Festival (Best Picture, Best Editing, Best Cinematography) and two at the Artemis Women in Action Film Festival (Best Feature Pro-Action, Best Actress).
Award-winning Director and Portland native Leslie Bloom has a filmography that includes feature documentary MAMA EARTH and Emmy award-winning Bill Nye the Science Guy and Northern Exposure. She and actress Lisa Skvarla, who plays Sophia in the film, talk about the making of, how the story connects with Bloom's own history and filming in the Pacific Northwest.
Woodstock or Bust will road trip to Seattle, Chicago, Oklahoma City, Albuquerque, Montana, Ohio, Minneapolis, Indianapolis, St. Louis, Los Angeles, Sacramento, Las Vegas, Portland and will have space in the 'Writer's Tent of Bethel, NY's Woodstock Festival (Aug. 16-18). If you see the Woodstock of Bust car in your city, snap a pic and post it with #WOODSTOCKORBUSTMOVIE