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Flamenco: The Enduring Art of Inesita

Using old footage and photos we travel through time with Inesita as she shares about her distinctive performance career of 8 decades. The title is inspired by a lost short film that NYU students shot in 1962 featuring Inesita. 'Inesita: The Art of Flamenco.' The cameraman/ editor was Martin Scorsese (his first 16mm project.) This short features some footage from a work print from that shoot, which she found some years ago in her house. So as Inesita shares about the ever evolving but enduring art of flamenco, we get a little film history trivia. In 2010 UNESCO declared flamenco an 'Intangible Cultural Heritage of Humanity'.

  • Tina Love
  • Tina Love
  • David Bradstreet
  • Tina Love
  • Inesita
    Key Cast
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  • Runtime:
    17 minutes 22 seconds
  • Completion Date:
    November 17, 2016
  • Country of Origin:
    United States
  • Country of Filming:
    United States
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    Digital HD
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Director Biography - Tina Love

Tina Love attended Brooks Institute's film school (2002-2004) to become a filmmaker.  Her latest feature film script “The Red Shoes” was an Official Finalist of the New York Screenplay Contest (Sept. 2016) and ZED Fest.  Her short film “Duende:The Red Shoes,” an adapted scene from her feature script, won Best Dance Film at Ladyfilmmakers Film Festival in Beverly Hills this September 2016.  The festival directors stated  “Duende” stood out from other dance movie submissions for its successful integration of dance and story. Tina is attached to direct the feature. Tina is a flamenco dancer as well, and “The Red Shoes” is a merging of her two passions for film and flamenco. Her other credits can be viewed at IMDb:
"Duende" (2015) and a her featurette "Destroying Angel"(2011) were licensed by ShortsHD for US and International Broadcast starting March of 2017.

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Director Statement

This little documentary, "Flamenco: The Enduring Art of Inesita" is dear to me for many reasons. I am very grateful for the very private Inesita opening up to me about her life and sharing her stories. I realize and appreciate that she has trusted me with her story. Inesita has also afforded me the opportunity to perform flamenco ( a dream of mine) in her shows each year over the past 6 years. I don't get to perform much and I always look forward to working with her.