|Directed by||Fernando Trueba|
|Produced by||Cristina Huete
|Written by||Fernando Trueba|
|Music by||Graeme Revell|
|Cinematography||José Luis López-Linares|
|Edited by||Carmen Frías|
|Distributed by||Buena Vista International
|Release dates||8 September 2000|
|Running time||105 minutes|
|Country||Spain / France / Italy|
|Language||Spanish, French, English|
Calle 54 is a 2000 documentary film about Latin jazz by Spanish director Fernando Trueba. With only minimal introductory voiceovers, the film consists of studio performances by a wide array of Latin Jazz musicians. Artists featured include Chucho Valdés, Bebo Valdés, Cachao, Eliane Elias, Gato Barbieri, Tito Puente, Paquito D'Rivera, Chano Domínguez, Jerry Gonzalez and Michel Camilo. The film takes its name from Sony Music Studios, where much of the film was shot, which are located on 54th Street in New York City.
- "Calle 54 A Memorable Love Song to Latin Jazz". washingtonpost.com. 11 May 2001. Retrieved 2010-11-11.
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