The first film exhibition of Spanish Cinema Now+ includes four movies nominated for a Goya, the most important national annual film award, in the category of best new director, showing the new values of Spanish cinema.
Spanish Cinema Now+ is a new initiative organized by SPAIN arts & culture, in collaboration with Fundación Academia de Cine, foundation of the Spanish Academy of Cinematographic Arts and Sciences (Academia de las Artes y las Ciencias Cinematográficas de España), to complement the original program of Spanish Cinema Now and give DC audiences the opportunity to enjoy U.S. and DC premieres of Spanish cinema all year round.
Discover the full program of Spanish Cinema Now+.
PACO DE LUCÍA: LA BÚSQUEDA (PACO DE LUCÍA: A JOURNEY)
On Wednesday, May 29 at 6:45 pm. Free, RSVP required.
Directed by Francisco Sánchez Varela, Spain, 2014, 95 min.
In Spanish with English subtitles. Watch trailer.
Spanish virtuoso flamenco guitarist and composer Paco de Lucia (1947-2014) was one of the first musicians to incorporate other musical genres such as classical and jazz into his work. The Andalusian master agreed to collaborate on a documentary about his devotion to Flamenco. Featuring introspective and amusing interview footage, performances, and reflections on many musical forms, the film traces Pacos life through his last days in Mallorca while completing the arrangements for a posthumous CD release.
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