Siete Jereles, a journey through the streets of Jerez for seven nights, takes shape in its neighbourhoods, family sagas and festivals. The actors, actresses, characters and horses that star in this film make up an unexplored territory that indeterminate space in which the city of Jerez builds a new image of ‘Flamenco’. From time to time, flamenco reinvents itself, writing new geographies.
Gonzalo García-Pelayo is a cult filmmaker and multifaced man, who throughout his life has also been a radio jockey, television presenter and music producer. He directed Vivir en Sevilla (1978), Corridas de joy (1982) and Alegrías de Cadiz (2013) and many other films.
Pedro G. Romero is a researcher, curator and artist. In relationship with the imaginary of Flamenco and popular culture, he has promoted art projects on a big European scale.
Siete Jereles en el BOZAR Centro de Bellas Artes de Bruselas