Wed, Nov 20, 2019 07:00PM
Join us for an evening of cinema that explores how deeply woven Flamenco is in the daily lives of the people of Seville, the capital of Spain’s Andalusia region where Flamenco was born.
Pedro Kos and Emmanuel Vaughan-Lee, 2014, documentary, 13 minutes, rated E*
This short follows a day in the life of flamenco guitarist Juan Ramírez and traces his journey to master his craft.
Dominique Abel, 2003, documentary, 110 minutes, rated E*
In a troubled and tight-knit Gitano community in Seville’s southside, Flamenco guitar, dance, and song are more than a way of life.
This event is part of the Museum’s fifth annual Duende: Flamenco Festival, and part of our 2019/20 Performing Arts season, Listening to Each Other, which pays tribute to the role of the performative arts in connecting communities, preserving culture, and spurring social change.
*Exempt: contains material not subject to classification such as documentaries, nature, travel, music, arts and culture, sports and educational and instructional information, according to the Motion Picture Association — Canada.