HomeliveFlamenco Festival Nueva York 2023 estrena el documental 'Transmission'

Flamenco Festival Nueva York 2023 estrena el documental ‘Transmission’

Filmed in London with the participation of artists such as Manuel Liñán, Jesús Carmona, Ana Morales, and Rocío Márquez.

“Transmission” is a 30-minute documentary that invites reflection on the most intimate motivations that fuel the creativity of artists. Through the testimony of prominent figures in flamenco dance and singing such as Manuel Liñán, Jesús Carmona, Ana Morales or Rocío Márquez, the film delves into the innermost core and explores the most intimate mechanisms that distill life into art.
Produced by Womack Studios and Flamenco Festival, and directed by Antonio Cadenas and Miguel Marín,“Transmission” is the first in a series of three documentaries that present the current landscape of flamenco through a range of artists-some emerging, others already established.

Following the screening, there will be a question and answer session with artist Manuel Liñán and producer Miguel Marín.

Fri, Mar 15 5pm
The King Juan Carlos I of Spain Center
53 Washington Square South

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