When people get isolated, amazing things happen.
Thoughts seem to get louder and clearer. When people
manage to get together despite distance, amazing
things happen too. Like this series of short films.


Pandemos, meaning “common to all people” is a
collaborative pro-bono project based on an idea by
Diego Medvedocky and Luis Aguer, a writer and a film
director. Together they imagined a string of episodes
depicting the inner world of different characters
around the globe, separated in context, culture,
lifestyle and age, but connected by one thing: being
humans afflicted by the social distancing consequence
of Covid-19.


This project is the result of more than a hundred
people around the world –writers, directors,
cinematographers, editors, producers, actors, musicians,
sound designers, publicists, art directors– working
together from their homes, selflessly giving their time
and talent to find new meanings in prerecorded images
of Alaska, explore with drones a desolated city in
Europe or shoot from the mirror of their own bath
room in Latin America.


Pandemos is a choir of wills from around the globe
united just for the sake of giving voice to these
intimate soliloquies about the human condition, in the
hope of finding what makes us all the same and
re-knitting the thread that would connect us again.