La Luna de Madrid (Extract)
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Spain, 1975: Franco’s death triggers the beginning of a wild, hedonistic artistic movement in Madrid. Pedro Almodovar and Alaska are among the Spanish icons to emerge from what came to be known as ‘La Movida Madrilena’; here photographers and writers of the period remember how the end of the dictatorship led to an explosion of creativity and experimentation.
This is an extract from a half-hour documentary; you can listen to the rest of the programme here.
With thanks to Susan Larson, Jose Tono Martinez, Ouka Leele and Gorka De Duo.

Image by Ouka Leele