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Marc Morera and the documentary discipline

“Crisis is synonymous of change and I’m convinced of good things are coming. The future has to be designed by us, it’s in our hands.”

Marc Morera, free-spirited guy from Barcelona, is a documentary maker that travels around the world with its camera trying to understand the nature of everything and everybody he meets. His objective: to create moving stories.

His work philosophy consists in leave a personal mark in every project. He puts the spectators closer his own experiences and share with they the reality he film trough the camera. Thinking MU loves the way he live his work.

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Meet Marc

Who is Marc Morera and what he does?

Marc Morera is an audiovisual producer that travels around the world with an unique obsession: explain stories.

Can you tell us a little bit about the story behind your passion with the audiovisual discinpline? How did it all start?

When I was a teenager I used to dream about being musician. I loved music and I even had my own band, but I was awful. For the good of the band I had to retire myself from it. I always liked the visual world, especially the video clip.

It seems to me interesting ‘playing’ with the images and songs I always loved. I started studying audiovisual communication. Later, I brought my first camera to start creating my own pieces.

What do you think is the recipe for success of your projects?

My videos are a portrait of the experiences I have had in the last years. With my personal projects I try to explain things that touch me, themes I’m interested. I put the camera where my principles are. Because of this, I enjoy it. I try to get across the reality I film to my spectators.

I bring my camera closer to inspiring people, real people. I think they serve us as an example, people who needs ‘voice’.

I try to unify this valuable content with visual beauty and construct it in an effective way. I look for the magic in every story and I try to reflect it in a loyal and sincere way. It is essential to me that every audiovisual piece has a soul.

What important lessons have you learned from your experience with documentary discipline?

It is a free format. In projects that you aren’t selling any product the time and the effort you putted in aren’t at the service of any company. They are at the society’s service. You work to explain real stories. I always wanted to communicate sensitive messages that make people think, contemplate things. For this reason, documentary makers have a lot of responsibility, particularly at this time when there is a generalized desire to change. In fact, anybody can tell a story, upload it to Internet and make noise. Now is the perfect moment to do it, the whole thing is being sure about how and what you want to explain it.

Any tips for those entrepreneurs who are daring to innovate and create in times like these?

In Spain, we’re living tough times. It’s a pity seeing very talented people without work or working on something that have no relation with their studies or vocations. However, it’s good see how people start new projects, convinced, without fears. Passionate people. Here is the future, with any doubts. We need to have patience, don’t give up of our dreams. Crisis is synonymous of change and I’m convinced of good things are coming. The future has to be designed by us; it’s in our hands.

To finish, what is People for the Future for you?

‘People for the future’ is a great initiative, one of those projects that are essential to build the future we’re looking for. It’s basic give visibility to the people with new, daring and creative ideas to inspire and pass on this spirit to other people. We are all ‘People for the future’.

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Marc Morera and the documentary discipline

“Crisis is synonymous of change and I’m convinced of good things are coming. The future has to be designed by us, it’s in our hands.”

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