At the River I Stand


60m 1993

Brief Synopsis

A documentary examining the 1968 sanitation workers strike which brought Martin Luther King, Jr., to Memphis at a pivotal point in the civil rights movement. April 4, 1993 marks the 25th anniversary of the assassination of King in Memphis.

Film Details

Release Date
1993

Technical Specs

Duration
60m

Synopsis

A documentary examining the 1968 sanitation workers strike which brought Martin Luther King, Jr., to Memphis at a pivotal point in the civil rights movement. April 4, 1993 marks the 25th anniversary of the assassination of King in Memphis.

Crew

David Acey

Community & Labor Consultant

David Appleby

Writer

David Appleby

Producer

David Appleby

Videography

Fred Ashwill

Community & Labor Consultant

Gwen Awsumb

Additional Interviews

Joan Turner Befiuss

Special Consultant

Joan Turner Befiuss

Book As Source Material ("At The River I Stand")

Mark Blumberg

Music

Nona Bolin

Music Consultant

Wain Bradley

Rerecording Engineer

Lucius Burch

Additional Interviews

Alzada Clark

Additional Interviews

Sam Cooke

Song ("A Change Is Gonna Come")

Charles Crawford

Community & Labor Consultant

Fred Davis

Additional Interviews

Tom Dean

Videography

T A Dorsey

Song ("I'M Going To Live The Life I Sing About My Song")

Jerry Fanion

Additional Interviews

Steven Farley

Location Sound Mixer

David J Garrow

Historical Consultant

Stephanie Gentilhomme-carter

Production Assistant

Kenneth W Goings

Historical Consultant

Allison Graham

Producer

Allison Graham

Writer

Al Green

Song Performer ("Leaning On The Everlasting Arms")

Paul Greenhagen

Production Assistant

Jon Grybowski

Film Researcher

Ashley Henderson

Production Assistant

Susan Howe

Coordinating Producer (Wkno-Tv)

J R Pitt Hyde

Special Thanks

Hattie Jackson

Additional Interviews

Mahalia Jackson

Song Performer ("I'M Going To Live The Life I Sing About My Song")

Mort Jordan

Archival Film Footage

Cosette Kennedy

Production Assistant

Samuel B Kyles

Community & Labor Consultant

Mike Labonia

Executive In Charge (Wkno-Tv)

Larry Lipman

Music Recording Researcher

Phil Lisenba

Production Assistant

Joseph Louw

Still Photos

Melissa Marquis

Production Assistant

Gail Matthews

Additional Interviews

Lannie Mcmillan

Music Score Performer

Frank Mcrae

Community & Labor Consultant

Frank Miles

Additional Interviews

James Netters

Community & Labor Consultant

Cynthia Oliver

Production Assistant

Reverend Osby

Song ("I Woke Up This Morning With My Mind On Freedom")

Jo Potter

Production Manager (Wkno-Tv)

Otis Redding

Song Performer ("A Change Is Gonna Come")

Patrick Richmond

Assistant Editor

Debi Robertson

Promotion (Wkno-Tv)

Steven John Ross

Producer

Steven John Ross

Writer

Maxine Smith

Additional Interviews

Lisa Stanley

Production Assistant

Roebuck Staples

Song Arranger ("Why (Am I Treated So Bad)?")

Paul Stekler

Production Consultant

The Edge

Music Consultant

Marvell Thomas

Music Score Performer

Michael Toles

Music Score Performer

Joe Walsh

Music Recording Researcher

Brit Warner

Sound Designer

R Wilson

Song Arranger ("Leaning On The Everlasting Arms")

Ernest Withers

Still Photos

Patt Witt

On-Line Editor

Carol Lynn Yellin

Community & Labor Consultant

David Yellin

Community & Labor Consultant

Bill Yerian

Colorist

Bill Yerian

Graphics

Bob Zellner

Song ("I Woke Up This Morning With My Mind On Freedom")

Film Details

Release Date
1993

Technical Specs

Duration
60m

Quotes

Trivia