PBS here just showed a 4 hour movie called Grateful Dead , showcasing the band and the era that they emerged from. It was made in 1977 and i had it on VHS back in the 80s. Its got killer shots of the dead, Janis Joplin, Airplane and some footage of the bands the dead played with during the years of free shows in Golden Gate Park as well as the Fillmore and Avalon Ballroom. Theres fans that were interviewed also from The Haight as well as in some of the concerts. Also you may want to look into Janis : The Way she was. Hollywood has not been kind to Janis Joplin, since the film came out around 1973, 3 years after her death, its a collage of her concerts in SF as well as her appearances on television. Ebay has it from time to time, but the film has long gone out of print. For its age, youd think it would be on dvd now but its has only been issued on VHS. Also theres a Doors dvd out now, with Grace Slick narrating along with Paul Katner about The Doors tour with the Jefferson Airplane as the opening act. It has awsome concert footage from Europe, Grace tells that people were giving out free drugs on the streets and the Airplane would keep it for later, Jim Morrison would down everything right on the spot. Shows Jim Morrison so wasted he cant come out so ray manzeric has to sing....kinda neat. Then theres the old standby Woodstock. Festival Express is awsome. Also you might want to buy the Isle of Wright on dvd. Set in the UK in 1970 its the last dying breath of the hippie movement. Has Jimi Hendrix, The Who, The Doors...killer film. Recorded like 3 weeks or so before Hendrix died i think. If you want actually footage of the Haight-Ashburys transformation from hippie mecca of the world of the 60s to the tourist attraction it is today do a google search, ive seen news footage of it but thats from tv documentaries, and i dont know if thats somewhere that can be bought or downloaded.