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Family Across the Sea: Film Facts

1990, Betacam SP
57 minutes, Color

Family Across the Sea shows how scholars have uncovered the remarkable connections between the Gullah people of South Carolina and the people of Sierra Leone.

Featuring: Emory Campbell, Joseph Momoh, Amelia Dawley, Freetown Players, Cornelia Bailey, John Matthews, Elaine Jenkins, Earnestine Atkins, Lauretta Sams, Freddie Cudjoe, Laurence Cudjoe, Myrtle Glascoe, Lance Cudjoe, Arnett Girardeau, Doug Quimbie, Frankie Quimbie
Copyright: 1990, SCETV Commission
Filmmaker(s): Tim Carrier
Produced by: Tim Carrier
Cinematography: Domino Boulware
Editing: Elaine Cooper, Mary Taylor, Tim Carrier
Sound: Bill Norwood
Acknowledgements: This program is a production of South Carolina ETV. Narrator: Augusta Baker. Technical supervisors: Monica Upright, John Rich, Skip Beach. Record technicians: Cliff Ott, Mark Slice, Rebecca Wengrow, Kevin Green. Electronic graphics: Dan Greshel. Illustrator: Joe Byrne. Additional music performed by: Benny Gandy, Jr. Recorded by: Woody Freeman. Additional video: Warren Foushee. Production assistants: Kathleen Burns, Adrienne Richards, Amy Fabri. Executive producer: Tom Fowler. SCETV Vice President for Programming: Jesse Bowers. Story consultants: Alpha Bah, Joe Opala, Joko Sengova. Special thanks to: The ETV Endowment of South Carolina and the U.S. Information Service. The producers wish to thank the government of Sierra Leone for its support.
Funding: South Carolina Humanities Council--A state program of The National Endowment for the Humanities.

Distribution: South Carolina ETV
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