How to Watch Kumpanía: Flamenco Los Angeles 2011 Online in Australia

Released: 2011

Updated: 20th Sep, 2021

8.1 / 10

Rated: Not Rated

Director: Katina Dunn

Cast: Vanessa Acosta-Albalos, Bruce Bisenz, Antonio de Jerez, Manuel de la Cruz

What is Kumpanía: Flamenco Los Angeles about?

The mysterious pull of an old Spanish 'Gypsy' art on contemporary musicians in Los Angeles is the essence of KUMPANIA. We see how these musicians inspire each other to reach new heights of artistry, despite the meager audience in Los Angeles.

Where to watch Kumpanía: Flamenco Los Angeles

Which streaming providers can you watch Kumpanía: Flamenco Los Angeles on

Here is the comprehensive list of streaming providers that will show Kumpanía: Flamenco Los Angeles in Australia. If Kumpanía: Flamenco Los Angeles will appear with other providers further down the line, this table will be updated.

Providers

  • Amazon PrimeNo
  • Apple TV PlusNo
  • BingeNo
  • Disney PlusNo
  • Foxtel NowNo
  • NetflixNo
  • StanNo
  • Telstra TV Box OfficeNo

The cast of Kumpanía: Flamenco Los Angeles

Vanessa Acosta-Albalos, Bruce Bisenz, Antonio de Jerez, Manuel de la Cruz


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