77 minutes, 2016
Director : Remedios Malvàrez Baez (Spain)
Production : Producciones Singulares (Spain)
Alalá is an art centre for children where flamenco is used as a tool for learning self-expression. The inspiration behind the centre was well-known guitarist Emilio Caracafé and other musicians, who introduce us to this gypsy district, where flamenco can offer opportunities and transform society.
Remedios MALVÁREZ BAEZ has been a professional photographer since 1989.
Self-taught, she perfected her training in photography and cinema in Madrid, Barcelona and London. In 2010, she created the production company Producciones Singulares in Seville.
The short documentary “Silence” was her first non-commercial creation. It has won awards at several festivals. “Alalá” is her first feature-length documentary.