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Steppin': Film Facts

1992, Betacam SP
55 minutes, Color
Description: 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.
Featuring: Alpha Kappa Alpha (Indiana Univ), Alpha Phi Alpha (Indiana Univ), Delta Sigma Theta (Indiana Univ), Kappa Alpha Psi (Indiana Univ), Omega Psi Phi (Indiana Univ), Phi Beta Sigma (Indiana Univ), Sigma Gamma Rho (Indiana Univ), Zeta Phi Beta (Indiana Univ), Kappa Alpha Psi (Ball State Univ), Phi Beta Sigma (Indiana State Univ), Zeta Phi Beta (Ball State Univ), Phi Beta Sigma (Ball State Univ), Prince Julius Adeniyi
Copyright: 1992, Jerald B. Harkness
Filmmaker(s): M.J. Bowling, Jerald B. Harkness
Produced by: Jerald B. Harkness
Cinematography: Otis Jones, Leo Miller, Ken Nelson, J.M. Johnson, III
Editing: J.M. Johnson, III
Sound: Chris Carrol
Acknowledgements: Narrated by Michael Warren ; Associate producers: Otis Jones and J.M. Johnson, III : Production consultant: Anthony Favors ; Production services by Nelson Production, Second Sight Productions, Inc. ; Post production facility: Second Sight Productions, Inc. Special thanks to: Judy Harkness, Jerry Harkness, Constance Carlisle, Glendal Jones, Dr. Gloria Gibson-Hudson, Milt Thompson, Regina Smith, Alice Glass, Kay Weber, Ron Steele, Chris & Bobbi Duffy, Barry Sadlier, Judy Tuttle, Aquaila Barnes, John Girton, Lloyd Wright, Sara Buchwald, Brad Geddes, Anne Eldridge, Mr. And Mrs. Irwin Armstrong, Todd Uphaus, Laura Smith, Greg Smith, Elite Printing.
Funding: Made possible by a grant from the Indiana Arts Commission with the support of Second Sight Productions, Inc. and Wabash Valley Broadcasting Corporation.
Awards: Gold Apple Award, National Educational Film and Video Festival. People's Choice Award, Global Africa International Film and Video Festival

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