Why Don’t Choreographers Get their Own IMDB Credit?

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April 6, 2021

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This social news video looks at how choreographers are not given equal and fair considerations, even when projects have proven to be vital to many award-winning productions.

The Internet Movie Database (IMDB) is the online database for TV, film, and entertainment. One of its main functions is to list the credits of the cast, crew, and production team. Although the work of choreographers has been integral to the entertainment industry for decades, choreographers do not receive their own designated credit. Instead, IMDB categorizes choreographers as “Other” or “Miscellaneous Crew.” 

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