FUTURE UNDER CONSTRUCTION
The world has changed and we want you to tell this story, which is also ours.
Share the reality of your closest environment, send us how you are living this situation in images, texts, videos, drawings or selfies. Express yourself freely. We will be the speaker to spread this collective story without filters.
The history of global change narrated by the citizens.
#pandeMY - Future under construction - is a participatory documentary Project
We open the call to gather your voices, your shouts, your applause, and give a common place to this shared struggle.
We are looking for stories with no limits on formats, languages or borders. This will not end after the confinement, it has only begun. No media will be able to do justice to the story it has just started, but it deserves to be told. Let’s build it together. We want to listen to you. We need your help to make history. No limits or conditions to tell it. We are looking for raw material, spontaneity, imagination… Do you dare to participate?
A multi format project you won't see on the news.
Tú decides el mensaje, nosotros seremos el mensajero.
How does it work?
You decide the message, we’ll be the messenger.
Tell us how you are living this situation in any format. It can be a song, a video, a fragment of your diary, a selfie, a poem, photographs you have taken or the audio you have sent to your friend.
SEND US YOUR STORY
Fill in the form with your details and attach all the material you consider necessary to accompany your story. You may choose to do so anonymously. We will treat your information with respect and confidentiality.
FOLLOW IT IN ITS EVOLUTION
The call has a start date but no closing date. It will be a living organism, in constant mutation and construction. You will be able to follow its growth through our communication channels and keep up to date with all the news.
DISSEMINATION OF RESULTS
The results will be exhibited in November 2020, at the Centre de Cultura Contemporània in October, as part of the PhotOn Festival 2020 programme, and in different formats at the Imaginaria conference, photography in the Spring of Castellón, and at festivals in Romania, Budapest and Greece.