When a blond Californian with Alabama roots becomes a Flamenco guitarist in Andalucian boots, what happens along the way and behind the scenes? GYPSY DAVY tells the story of David Jones, stage name: “David Serva,” from the perspective of his five women and five children—one of whom is the director. Who knows the man who came and saw and conquered, “strumming their pain with his fingers,” better than they? Part duel and part duet—between a guitar-wielding father and a camera-pointing daughter—the film is much more than another hunt-down-the-absent-father movie, it’s a home-made epic.
|Running Time:||96 min.|
|Subject(s):||Anthropology, Arts and Culture, Author's POV, Biography, Creative, Ethnography, Family, Gender, Jewish Studies, Music, Romance, Society, Women|
|Subtitles:||English, Hebrew, Spanish|
|Producer(s):||Philippe Bellaiche, Rachel Leah Jones|
|Cinematographer:||Philippe Bellaiche, Rachel Leah Jones|
|Editor(s):||Rachel Leah Jones, Erez Laufer|
|Production Company:||Philippe Bellaiche, Rachel Leah Jones|