At last 2 of the most important flamenco films in Spanish cinema in one box. This pack includes Sevillanas released in 1992 and Flamenco released in 1995, 2 documentary flamenco films by Carlos Saura

Sevillanas (1992)
Length: 55 minutes.
Directed by: Carlos Saura
Script: Carlos Saura
Directed by musical: Manolo Sanlúcar
Choreography: Matilde Coral
Director of photography: José L. Alcaine
"Sevillanas" is a tribute to the dance and vocals of this popular flamenco form. From the most popular form of the genre to the most traditional, including all of its modalities (corraleras, rocieras, académicas, bíblicas...) played, sung and danced to.
Saura brought together the greatest musical talents for this film: Manolo Sanlúcar, Matilde Coral, Pareja Obregón, Paco de Lucía, Camarón de la Isla, Merche Esmeralda, Lola Flores, Rocío Jurado, Manuela Carrasco, Paco Toronjo... Very plastic with the total fushion of music and image. The artists and their art monopolise this film that is considered a total classic.

Flamenco (1995)
Length: 100 minutes
Directed by: Carlos Saura
Script: Carlos Saura
photography: Vittorio Storaro
Music: Isidro Muñoz
The film that brought flamenco’s light to the world.
A historical tribute to flamenco. More than 100 of the main vocal, dance and music talents brought together by Carlos Saura, the Spanish director that has taken flamenco most to the screen.
The film takes place in an old train station and most of it is filmed live. A narrator introduces us to the origins of flamenco and in light and shadow in an enveloping atmosphere the different forms are visited.
Bulerías, fandangos, alegrías, martinetes, rumbas... performed by Paco de Lucía, Manolo Sanlúcar, Lole y Manuel, Joaquín Cortés, Farruco, Farruquito, Mario Maya, Matilde Coral, Enrique Morente, José Mercé, José Menese, Merche Esmeralda, Manuela Carrasco, La Paquera de Jerez, Carmen Linares, Paco Toronjo, Fernanda de Utrera, Remedios Amaya, Juana la del Revuelo, Chano Lobato, Potito, Duquende, Tomatito, Manzanita, Ketama, El Torta…

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