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Eight creators, 4 conversations. In an intimate and revealing strategy of striptease, 5 males and three girls open the doorways of their fertile productive universes and expose the impulses, concepts and passions that give rise to their private works. The designer and dressmaker Palomo Spain, the singer and composer Israel Fernández, the poet Sara Bueno, the chef Paco Morales, the actress Maggie Civantos, the dancer and choreographer Jesús Carmona, the playwright and poet Álvaro Tato and the illustrator and author María Hesse are the protagonists of the second season of Masters of Time.

This is a documentary collection by Cervezas Alhambra in collaboration with Tech Brands Stories (TBS), which has simply been launched completely by Movistar Plus+. In pairs, and over the course of 4 episodes, the artists delve right into a fertile and honest dialogue that delves into the origin of their work and the artistic springs that result in the wedding {of professional} data with the inspiration of the muses.

Thus, within the first episode, titled The reinvention of custom, the designer and dressmaker Palomo Spain (Posadas, Córdoba, 1992) and the singer and composer Israel Fernández (Corral de Almaguer, Toledo, 1989), share their experiences and reveal intimate moments by which the spark of the duende jumps and lights the flame of creativity. In a spontaneous and free-flowing dialogue – slowly however absolutely – the 2 artists declare their mutual admiration and bear in mind widespread tasks, reminiscent of when the singer wore the designer's fashions within the parade on the event of the fifth anniversary of the Palomo Spain home. Anecdotes and confessions adorn the dialog of latest artists, distinguished by their means to reinterpret the Andalusian custom with a singular freshness, every from their very own private strategy.

Masters of Time It stands out for its dynamism, with an agile montage, which mixes fragments of the dialogues between the artists ⎯typically sharing an Alhambra Reserva 1925 beer in its attribute inexperienced bottle⎯, with archive pictures, video clips and images from their personal collections. The number of exterior and inside places – the collection visits greater than a dozen totally different locations – is one other ingredient that enriches this cautious manufacturing. Palomo Spain and Israel Fernández thus seem in varied areas, together with the Madrid Museum of Romanticism and the Torres Bermejas tablao, the place the singer exhibits his mastery, not solely in singing, but additionally in taking part in the flamenco guitar.

Andalusia, hand in hand with its custom and its artwork, is transmuted into one other of the characters with a particular presence within the manufacturing. Andalusian by start, adoption or coronary heart, the protagonists of the collection deal with flamenco, dance, music, letters, the Andalusian heritage and the southern lifestyle, as their very own identification that defines their creative processes, thus inspiring a singular means of seeing the world.

The new installments of the documentary collection are the continuation of the primary season of Masters of Time, launched in September 2022. With the identical background of making and having fun with with out haste, Cervezas Alhambra then introduced collectively 4 creators in as many episodes. Hosted by journalist and presenter Cristina Teva, the primary episodes of the collection adopted the artistic processes of Raül Refree, producer, singer and composer; Jesús Sánchez, chef at Cenador de Amós, acknowledged with three Michelin stars; the screenwriter and director Isa Campo, and the jeweler Susana Cruz.

For Cervezas Alhambra, born in Granada in 1925, private expression in creation is vital when creating distinctive and singular items. Thus, Masters of Time It highlights its significance by way of the voice and expertise of the protagonists, at all times with a typical level: understanding artwork as an invite to encourage, to be shocked and, above all, to look with out haste.

The actress Maggie Civantos (Málaga, 1984) and the dancer and choreographer Jesús Carmona (Barcelona, ​​1985) star within the second episode of this new season, The spell of expression. Both discuss and transfer collectively by way of dance and “bewitchment,” as “that mysterious power that everyone feels and that no philosopher explains,” which García Lorca outlined in his work. Leprechaun recreation and concept.

In the third chapter, titled The real is within the genuine, the playwright and poet Álvaro Tato (Madrid, 1978) dialogues with the illustrator and author María Hesse (Seville, 1982). They each expertise Andalusia as a supply of inspiration: for Hesse, as its cultural root; for Tato, as a ardour that embraces flamenco artwork in its deepest essence.

The chef Paco Morales (Córdoba, 1981) and the poet Sara Búho (La Línea de la Concepción, Cádiz, 1991) share the display in Self-made creativitythe fourth and last episode of the second season of Masters of Time. Andalusian haute delicacies and poetry unfold by way of social networks represent right here the premise of creativity primarily based on the updating and reinvention of the culinary and lyrical arts.

Masters of Time It is introduced as a tribute to professionals from varied disciplines who share a typical bond of their means of being and doing issues. A collection that invitations you to cease and luxuriate in each second. Time as uncooked materials of creation.