Jonathan Demme released the concert documentary “Neil Young: Heart of Gold” three years ago, and he’s back with another film on ol’ Shakey, “Neil Young Trunk Show.”

The movie, an intimate look at the legendary artist playing a small hall in Pennsylvania, was to premiere during the 10th annual Woodstock Film Festival, Sept. 30 through Oct. 4.

Speaking of movies and Woodstock, Oscar-winning director Ang Lee says he’s baffled his summer release, “Taking Woodstock,” bombed, earning a scant $7.4 million through Sept. 28.

Attending the film’s Hong Kong premiere Sept. 30, Lee said, “I think the movie is quite good. I’m very proud of it. Maybe people wanted to see the actual Woodstock festival, or maybe Woodstock isn’t attractive to youngsters.”