Viva La Blanca Paloma brings audiences to a small village called El Rocio in the Huelva district of Spain where, during Pentecost every year, thousands of pilgrims gather from across Spain. They join to meet the Virgin they call the Blanca Paloma, or White Dove, of El Rocio. The pilgrimage is a holiday and a celebration. The traditional costumes, the music, the dancing, and the feasting all combine in a brilliant display of Spanish culture.

Length: 23:00

Film Details

  • Year Released: 1994
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  • Status: Inactive
  • 3D: No
  • Run Time: 20-30
  • Formats: 15/70
  • Distributor:

    Dentsu Tec., Inc.

  • Produced By:
    Produced by Dentsu Inc., and Dentsu Prox Inc. of Japan for presentation at the Shima Spain Village at Mie, Japan.
  • Executive Producer:
  • Producer: Keiko Machida, Yasushi Sakaguchi
  • Director:  Masahiko Fujihisa
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  • Cinematography: Naohiko Kurita
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  • Cultural Studies
  • Destination
  • Documentary
  • Short
  • Signature



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