Since 2011, we generate audiovisual content for different platforms, develop formats and offer full production services, based in Argentina and the United States.
We are two pandas, in two hemispheres. Because two is more than one. We believe in the synergy created when we exchange ideas within our four walls, but also with our clients.
Our job is to make those things we imagine come to life. From the dream to the show, large or small. With creativity, commitment, avant-gardness and passion. We like to be serious, black and white, but also fun, colorful.
Marcelo was born in the Argentine Patagonia, and has worked in the audiovisual field for over 20 years, in the areas of production, content development and artistic direction. He worked for production companies and networks such as Promofilm Argentina and US, Telefe/Viacom, TyC Sports, Direct TV and América TV.
In 2011, Marcelo and his partner founded Dos Pandas, which they co-direct to this day. In 2013, they launched its US branch in NYC, Pink Panda Productions. Altogether, they have produced over 600 hours of original content for different international clients.
Between 2008 and 2011, he was Production VP of Promofilm Argentina, after five years of working as a General Producer for the company. Before that, he worked in the production of sports contents, including Soccer Worldcups and Olympic Games broadcastings, and also did various comedy and late-night shows.
Aldana was born in Buenos Aires, Argentina and has been working in media for over 15 years, combining her skills both in production, content development and management of audiovisual projects. She worked for production companies such as La Cornisa, Endemol Argentina, Promofilm Argentina and US and Peppermind TV.
In 2011, Aldana and her partner founded Dos Pandas, which they co-direct to this day. In 2013, they launched its US branch in NYC, Pink Panda Productions. Altogether, they have produced over 600 hours of original content for different international clients.
Aldana has a degree in Journalism and Communication completed at the Universidad de Palermo in Buenos Aires. In 2012, she also earned a Filmmaking Certificate at NYU SCPS. She is currently pursuing an MA in Media Studies at The New School.
In editorial, she worked for La Nación and the Buenos Aires Herald newspapers, and is currently writing for DMAG magazine. She also worked with prestigious filmmaker Andrés Di Tella, and collaborated with the production of festivals such as BAFICI and the Princeton Documentary Festival.