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Black on White, White and Black: Film Facts

1990, Film: 16mm
26 minutes, Color
Description: An intimate and humorous look at the life and career of the legendary blues pianist Alex Moore, a native of Dallas, was the first African American Texan to receive a National Heritage Fellowship from the National Endowment for the Arts. The film shows his mastery of the piano at a tribute held in his honor at the famous Majestic Theater - his last public performance.
Featuring: James Hall
Copyright: 1990, Documentary Arts, Inc.
Filmmaker(s): Alan Govenar, Bruce "Pacho" Lane
Produced by: Documentary Arts, Inc.
Cinematography: Bruce Pacho Lane
Editing: Bruce Pacho Lane
Sound: David Lamb and Alan Govenar
Acknowledgements: Researched and directed by Alan Govenar
Funding: National Endowment for the Arts; Texas Commission on the Arts; City of Dallas Office of Cultural Affairs

Distribution: Documentary Arts, Inc.
P.O. Box 140244, Dallas, TX 75214
Distributor Email: Contact
Distributor Website: Documentary Arts, Inc.
Distributor Telephone: 214-824-3377

Archives & Stock Footage: Documentary Arts, Inc.
P.O. Box 140244, Dallas, TX 75214
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Archives & Stock Footage Website: Documentary Arts, Inc.
Archives & Stock Footage Telephone: 214-824-3377

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