Journey Through the Past (film)
|Journey Through the Past|
|Directed by||Neil Young|
|Produced by||L.A. Johnson|
|Music by||Neil Young, CSNY|
Journey Through the Past is a 1974 film by Neil Young. Originally shot in 16mm format and then transferred for theatrical release the experimental film is a self-directed combination of concert footage from 1966 onward, backstage footage and semi-fantastic art film-like sequences. Young's directorial debut, it was received poorly by critics. The film premiered at the United States Film Festival in Dallas, Texas, in April 1973. It was released in theaters in the United States in May, 1974. The film was released on DVD and Blu-ray in 2009 with the Neil Young Archives.
- Hal Erickson Journey Through the Past - Synopsis AllMovie
- Journey Through the Past TV Guide, retrieved February 2, 2011
- Richie Unterberger Journey Through the Past - Review AllMovie
- Robert Wilonsky, "Reel Challenge," Dallas Observer, Thursday, October 14, 1999.
- "Journey Through the Past (1974)," IMDb.
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