With the idea of portraying from a more human, hopeful and realistic perspective on the quarantine by COVID-19, the Spanish singer-songwriter Alejandro Sanz announced the making of a new documentary: El Mundo Fuera, the film.
The artist made the news public through his Instagram where he exclaimed that after having shared his songs and experiences with the public, it was time for people to give their voice and collaborate with their own stories about what is happening in their homes. "A story only makes sense when it is heard, shared. #ElMundoFuera are thousands of stories turned into one, with a single protagonist, YOU. I am looking for stories. What is yours?" He asked his Instagram followers.
To be part of this work, those interested should visit the online portal: elmundofuera.alejandrosanz.com. From next Monday, April 20 to Monday, April 27, collaborators will be able to post their personal videos and tell their version of social isolation.
"Surely we discover that we are more alike than we think and we are much closer than we ever imagined," said the interpreter of "My favorite person," adding: "It is your story, our story, everyone's story. Together we will build a collective story that will take us from one place to another."
In mid-March, the artist published the song "El Mundo Fuera (improvisation)", which arose, in his words, spontaneously from the concert La gira stays at home that he offered a few weeks ago alongside his colleague Juanes. clip of the concert on Youtube accumulates to date more than two million views.