“ALALÁ [joy]” is a documentary with flamenco and social content, directed by the Andalusian filmmaker Remedios Malvárez.
The film tells the story of a small flamenco school for children in one of the poorest neighborhoods of southern Spain, “Las 3000 Viviendas” in Seville, where flamenco is a tool of knowledge, transformation and freedom for the children of the neighborhood.
ALALÁ counts with the artistic participation of international flamenco figures such as ARCÁNGEL, RAIMUNDO AMADOR, ROSARIO “LA TREMENDITA”, ISRAEL GALVÁN and PASTORA GALVÁN.
The film had its world premiere at the prestigious BIENAL DE FLAMENCO DE SEVILLA (with great success) and has been shown in movie theaters in major Spanish cities since October 24, 2016.
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