The 42nd Parallel is a novel written in 1930 by John Dos Passos. The narrative structure employs an experimental technique: a weave of stories combining portraits, random dialogues, official statements, stories, costume scenes, songs, headlines, biographies, descriptions of environments, press cuttings and author's digressions.
All these elements are combined according to an architectural principle based on film editing. The same operation that we are trying to achieve with our work: a kaleidoscope of stories representing a historical moment.
We are specialised in telling reality using the instruments of narration and, specifically, telling reality as if it were a film or a book. Our instruments: identity; point of view; language; emotions; central and universal stories.
A narrative genre which has telling reality and not news as its goal. Not creating news but starting with this to tell a story. For telling the world that surrounds the facts, not the facts. In this way, you move from the speed of the news to the depth of the story.