Alala
  • Spanish
  • English, Spanish

Through the educational experience of a school in a popular neighborhood in Seville, Spain, this documentary shows the power of flamenco to generate culture and social transformation.

Alala
  • Spanish
  • English, Spanish
Awards

AWARDS: Best Novel Direction for Andalucian Filmmaker. ASECAN/ Best Film Talento Andaluz,    Mejor Obra Audiovisual con Perspectiva de Género.  Huelva Iberoamerican Film Festival/ Award. International Documentary Film Festival RushDoc/ Award. Guangzhou International Documentary Film Festival/ Best Woman Film. Malaga Film Festival/ Award. China Academy Awards of Documentary Film/ Best documentary. Internacional in World Film Awards/ Special Mention. International Film Festival of Human Rights/ Award. Zinetxiki Zinemaldia/ Audience Award. International Festival of Invisible Cinema/  Award. Festival Internacional Documentary Film Mediterraneo/ Best Feature Documentary. MFF

OFFICIAL SELECTIONS: Zinetxiki Zinemaldia/ Bolivia Human Rights Film Festival/ SGAE Flamenco/ Festival de Arte Flamenco de Mont de Marsan/ International Festival for Mediterranean Documentary Film and Reportage/ ALCANCES Documentary Film Festival/ Muestra de Film Academy of Andalucía/ Festival Internacional de Cine bajo la Luna de Islantilla/ Festival de Cine y Televisión “Reino de León”/ Wofest Women Film Festival Huelva/ World Film Awards/ Best World Award Merit/ Mice - Mostra Internacional de Cinema Etnografico/ Star Doc Film Festival/ Biznaga De Plata/ Festival Internacional de Cine y Educación de Madrid/ Festival Cine de Mujeres/ Festival International de Films de Femmes du Créteil/ Espello International Documentary Etnografic Film Festival from Sobrarbe/ Finalista Festival Cine y Televisión Reino de León/ Star Doc Film Festival/ Festival de Cine Bajo la Luna/ Edición de Cine documental AlCANCES/ Festival for Mediterranean Documentary Film/ Colombia Festival Internacional de Cine por los Derechos Humanos/ Zinetxiki Zinemaldia/ International Unseen Film Festival/ Festival Internacional de Cine de Cañada Real/ International Documentary Film Festival RushDoc/ Festival Internacional de Cine Invisible/ Festival Internacional de Cine de Ibiza/ Los Angeles Cinefest/ Flamenco Festival Nimes/ Flamenco Festival Monterrey/ International Unseen Film Festival/ WOOFEST Woman/ Muestra de Cine de Mujer/ Certamen Proyecta

Alala. The power of Flamenco

“Alalá” (Joy in the Caló language) shows us the social portrait of a popular Sevillian neighborhood that in recent years has been transformed into a multicultural space, where in spite of the difficulties in which they live, joy is never lost.

The film shows a music school for children that uses flamenco as an educational language, born from the efforts of a renowned guitarist, Emilio Caracafé, who along with other artists offer us their personal vision of this neighborhood, where flamenco is an element that generates opportunities and transformative values.

Production Companies

Producciones Singulares