We recently reported that Spanish director Carlos Saura was taking part in a masterclass in London, in which he will discuss his love for music in film. This event is timed to coincide with the DVD release of his most famous work, the Flamenco Trilogy, which you can purchase from 23rd April. However, we have a copy of the trilogy you could win, simply by answering the question below.
The Flamenco Trilogy is made up of Bodas de Sangre (Blood Wedding), Carmen and El Amor Brujo (A Love Bewitched), all featuring dances performed in the traditional flamenco style. Bodas de Sangre was released in 1981 and follows Antonio Gades and his dance group as they perform the play Blood Wedding by the poet-playwright Federico García Lorca. The 1983 film Carmen is the second in the trilogy and is based on the novel of the same name by Prosper Mérimée that inspired the famous opera. This film is filled with love, drama and tragedy and is a powerful piece of cinematic art. The last in the trilogy, El Amor Brujo, was released in 1986 and follows a passionate love as it turns to tragedy and a dramatic conclusion.
To win a copy of Saura’s Flamenco Trilogy on DVD, tell us…
What is the Spanish name of Carlos Saura's 1976 film Raise Ravens?
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