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EVENT DATE
Jul 2015
M T W T F S S
20212223242526
EXPO DATE
Jul 2015
M T W T F S S
20212223242526

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Center for Civil and Human Rights 100 Ivan Allen Jr Blvd NW
Atlanta , GA 30313
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NBAF Film Program: Film Screenings and Conversations: Representing Us: Black Dance in Film Screening of "Stormy Weather" (1943)

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As part of its Film Program, National Black Arts Festival offers a curated film series in partnership with Stephane Dunn, Associate Professor and Director of Morehouse College’s Cinema, Television & Emerging Media Studies (CTEMS) program. The classic musical film “Stormy Weather” starring Lena Horne and Bill Robinson presents an amazing array of music and dance performances. The film features a performance by the Nicholas brothers, one of the most famous dance scenes in the history of cinema, and showcases performance and choreography by Katherine Dunham and her dancers.

Contact the event managers listed below for more information about how you can participate at the NBAF Film Program: Film Screenings and Conversations: Representing Us: Black Dance in Film Screening of "Stormy Weather" (1943).

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Movies / Films
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Local Shows & Fairs, Movies / Films
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