Can be called such works as “Guard “Kamchatka”, “Antarctica: a journey beyond the three pole”, “Arctic brotherhood”, “the Gene for height or How to get to Everest the man who made the Earth round”. And now the media company “Red square” presented a new documentary film investigating Valdis Pelsh, made in the genre of dialogue, “COVID-19. The lessons of the perfect storm”. And briefly say what the film is, it can be defined as: is there life after COVID-19 and what it will be.

In the futuristic film was attended by biologists, chemists, diplomats, architects, surgeons, teachers, sportsmen, representatives of innovative technologies.

Valdis Pelsh:

“In a decent society for an abstract phrase: “Well, you know that our lives will never be what it was before!” – began to give a face. Because everyone is interested in what specific changes will occur in our lives over the next 10-15 years and how they will affect us personally.

…a Friend took out a mortgage. Recently they were asked to pay 100 thousand rubles, because each entrance will be installed disinfection chamber. Go – process, the floodgates are opening. A joke… Until the joke…

…We do not put a point in the film, because to the point in this whole situation is still very, very far away. But we’ll be ready to return to this subject”.

Sergey Kuznetsov, chief architect of Moscow:

“I Think that the subject of large shopping malls, as places with large concentrations of people, sales, fast food will go… Will be invested in environmentally friendly technologies. We will see a lot of alterations and demolitions. The theme of easy solutions and designs will increase. The world will become more and more disposable. And architecture too.

the emergence of other types of housing – more thoughtful – including the workplace, with access to the terrace and on the balcony…”

Valery Petrosyan Professor of the Department organic chemistry chemical faculty of Moscow state University. M. V. Lomonosov:

“this is the meaning of pandemic: that man learned the necessary lessons from this. So that he no longer felt himself the king of nature all I can be. No! As you can see, a little education, like a virus, can bring us to our knees…” “city of the future – a city without carbon fuels. When people will learn to make planes for other fuels. When electric cars will be available to all on the Earth… Few people know that one molecule of kerosene breaks down in the atmosphere of 23 oxygen molecules. And one molecule of gasoline, with 14 molecules of oxygen. So we all die soon…”

Ilya Parshin, founder and CEO of education platform

“…In the modern world the ability to Google and the right to make proper search queries greatly facilitates the life of each person. And if KazanICA will know it at a fundamental level – it will help them later in life.

And while a routine – homework, check tests, analyze information about what a student where the level of knowledge compared to the others – you can give digital instruments.”

Kirill Kaem, Vice-President on innovations of SKOLKOVO Foundation:

“We, being creatures of emotion, prone to making illogical decisions. And if we will have a prompter that will help, for example, from the point of view of health to implement the right actions… we just won. Probably, the next generations of smart gadgets we see and oxygenation, and blood sugar. I assume that soon there will be smart sensors, which when installed in the toilet will look sugar in human urine or ketones. And give a message to the smartphone that there is a deviation… We will be able on this basis to predict what will become of the object after 15-20 years of his life.”

Stanislav Pozdnyakov, the President of the Russian Olympic Committee:

“the Man sitting at the computer screen, not engaged in physical activity.

Never eSports will not replace physical activity and sport. But if we consider eSports as a kind of show – it is getting competitive.

As a member of the Commission on the Olympic program, the IOC, say that the program-2024 e-sport budet”.