Steppin' (1992)

About the Film

This one hour film introduces viewers to the step show, an exciting dance style popular today among black fraternities and sororities. In addition to many rousing, crowd-pleasing performances, the program examines the cultural roots of steppin' in African dancing, military marching and hip-hop music, and discusses its contemporary social significance on college campuses. Made by Jeral Harkness in 1992 and taped at the University of Indiana.

Licensing

For licensing, film rights and permissions, contact Jerald B. Harkness, M.J. Bowling, the distributor Cinema Guild Inc., or Folkstreams.

Film Details

  • Film by: Jerald B. Harkness, M.J. Bowling
  • Produced by: Jerald B. Harkness
  • Cinematographer: Otis Jones, Leo Miller, Ken Nelson, J.M. Johnson, III
  • Sound: Chris Carrol
  • Editor: J.M. Johnson, III
  • Original Format: Betacam SP
  • ©1992, Jerald B. Harkness
  • 55 mins, Color
  • Categories:
    African American CultureDance