Ernest Pierce begins new feature film with director Anthony Coleman


 

Dancing has always been an outlet for people around the world to show their communication in the physical arts. Whether it be in praise, entertainment, telling a story or just plain fun it has been and continues to be a pinnacle form of America’s big screen entertainment. Not to mention a box office hit no matter what genre. This month Ernest Pierce began filming the new film Stepper’s “The High School Years.” Stepping has been a form of dancing originating in the midwest over the years with African American communities. Ernest tells us that growing up he used to step with his family during monthly functions. Throughout high school stepping was a way to bring the African American communities together. So, of course when Ernest Pierce heard about the film following this genre, he jumped to push his agent to be apart of this wonderful project. With no surprise over a series of four callbacks Ernest booked the role of a character called “Preacherman.

 

 

Check out some footage of exactly what Stepping is….

Stepping “The High School Years” is currently in production throughout the summer of 2012. Stay tuned for more information regarding this feature film.

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