• Sevilla European Film Festival

    Non Fiction Award
  • IndieLisboa

    Indie Music Award
  • In-Edit Barcelona

    Best National Documentary
  • Porto/Post/Doc

    Transmission Award
  • BAFICI Buenos Aires International Independent Film Festival

  • Vancouver International Film Festival

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Spanish with English subtitles

With Javiera de la Fuente, David Pielfort, Pastora Filigrana, Bobote, Rudolph, Yinka Esi, Vanesa Montoya, Rocío Montero, Gonzalo García Pelayo

With the presence of the new generation of artists, from global star Rosalía to Israel Galván, passing through Niño de Elche, Rocío Molina, or Tomás de Perrate, the city and the flamenco artists are exchanging affection, conversations, and gestures.

Over nine walks, they teach each other: Chilean dancer Javiera de la Fuente, poet David Pielfort, gypsy and feminist lawyer Pastora Filigrana, palmero and dancer Bobote, Hungarian singer and dancer Rudolph, African dancer Yinka Esi, bullfighter Vanesa Montoya, actress Rocío Montero, and Gonzalo García Pelayo, a perfect accomplice for this film with its rare mix of radicality and roots in the city.

9 Sevilles is a portrait that reveals a complex musical, cultural, social, and geographic mosaic. A documentary about the past and present of flamenco, a collection of life stories where characters of different origins mingle.


“A profoundly humanistic and sacred monument of flamenco and life.”El Mundo

“A work of genius that breaks the fourth wall and all the walls that are put in front of it.”ABC

About the Director

Gonzalo García Pelayois is a film director, music producer, and inventive player. He is not only the director of Nueve Sevillas (2020), but also one of the characters who help define the city of Seville and flamenco.

Pedro G. Romero is an undisciplined artist who works as an art curator, critic, art historian, writer, artistic director, artistic director of dance and theater, musical director, and film director. He is also a great fan of flamenco, a condition that influences his way of doing things. His work has been shown at many significant art spaces such as Fundaciò Antoni Tápies, CA2M, Museo Picasso de Barcelona, MNCARS, Venice Biennial, Kunstverein Stuttgart, Sao Paulo Biennial, Bergen Assembly or Documenta de Kassel.

He is the founder and member of pie.flamenca (Independent Platform for Flamenco and Contemporary Studies).