RAMONCÍN: UNA VIDA EN EL FILO.
Saturday October 9
Tenerife Space of the Arts (TEA)
Public access will be 15 minutes before the screening. Once the projection has started, access to the room will not be allowed.
Nationality and footage:
Spain, 2017, 67 minutes
Documentary that narrates the life of Ramoncín, one of the most controversial rock singers in Spanish music. He released 9 albums between 1978 and 1990, creating one of the anthems of Spanish rock: “Hormigón, mujeres y alcohol”. Loved and hated in equal parts, it leaves no one indifferent.
Script and direction: Charlie Arnaiz and Alberto Ortega
Photography: Bienve Valdivia
Interviews: Ramoncín, Loquillo, Miguel Ríos