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Flamenco at 5:15 (1983)

 -  Documentary | Short  -  1983 (USA)
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Students in their final year at the National Ballet School of Canada are seen learning the flamenco from Susana and Antonio Robledo, who come to the school every winter to conduct classes ... See full summary »

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Students in their final year at the National Ballet School of Canada are seen learning the flamenco from Susana and Antonio Robledo, who come to the school every winter to conduct classes which are held after the day's regular schedule has ended. Written by scgary66

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Yet another triumph from the National Film Board of Canada
17 January 2001 | by (Tucson AZ) – See all my reviews

This documentary, which won an Oscar for Documentary Short, shows a dance class in session with the students being shown how to dance flamenco. Interspersed between shots of the students practising steps and dancing, the instructors are interviewed. It's a fascinating view of a beautiful style of dance as well as proof that some people are most fortunate to be able to do something they love for a living. The National Film Board of Canada was involved in overseeing this production and has consistently produced excellent work for more than sixty years.


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