Hear and see Olas: The Film

By SAM PFEIFLE  |  December 12, 2012

The entirety of it is more experience than film. There isn't so much a narrative as an impression, emphasized by Scott Sutherland's many stoic shots: white skirts drying on the line against a crystal blue sky; Kovacevic's feet on the organ's pedals; Dylan Blanchard edging onto Blackstrap Road with his bike.

Like so much of the flamenco music Olas plays, this is a film more for, and of, the body than the mind, though it gives you plenty to think about.

OLAS: THE FILM + TRES CANCIONES | Released by Olas | at SPACE Gallery, in Portland | Dec 15 |  olasmusicanddance.com

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