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Dawn in Granada

Manolete, Jaime Heredia, Marina Heredia

This documentary is one episode in a series which deals with how music and dance traditions in six European countries (Spain, Italy, Hungary, The Netherlands, the UK and France) are transmitted to new generations of performers. This film was shot in Granada where the art of flamenco is handed down from father to daughter in the patios of the Albaysin. Here we see the dancer Manolete passing down the secrets of flamenco dance to his daughter, Judea, and the flamenco singer Jaime coaching his (already famous) daughter, Marina.

Repertoire

Traditional Music

Awards
Certificate of Merit Winner, San Francisco Film Festival 2001; Scenario Award, UNESCO Int’l Art & Education Film Festival, 2001

Facts

Prog. No.
7318
Music genre
World Music
Length
59 mins
Director
Dominique Abel
Producers
Idéale Audience
Production year
2000