FEATURES EXPERTS INCLUDING
Dr. Jeffrey White
Director of the Office of Cancer Complementary and Alternative Medicine, National Cancer Institute
Dr. Valter Longo
Professor of Gerontology and Cancer Research at USC, Edna Jones Chair of Biogerontology, and Head of Longevity Institute
Dr. Terry Mason
Chief Medical Officer, Former Chicago Public Health Commissioner
Former BBC Journalist, former Stage IV Melanoma patient, Author of ‘A Time to Heal’
Government health policy advisor, Australia
ABOUT THE FILMMAKERS
Director | Sarah Mabrouk holds degrees in journalism and film, and spent ten years working in news, primarily in Europe and the Middle East. She reported on the Iraq war, the Lebanon war, the conflict in Israel/Palestine, the Arab Spring, and Iran. Within the news world, Sarah has worked as a reporter, producer, speaker, camerawoman, production manager, and writer for press agencies, television, and radio. Her clients have included Associated Press, BBC, CNN, Gamma, France 24, Abaca, Agencia EFE, and ZDF. Sarah grew up in Washington, D.C. and speaks fluent English, Arabic, German, French, and Spanish.
Producer | Alexander Wadouh heads the Berlin-based production company Chromosom Film GmbH. His films, including A Coffee in Berlin (distributed in the US) and White Shadow (executive produced by Ryan Gosling), have won more than 50 international awards, among them six German Academy Awards, a European Film Award, the prestigious Dino de Laurentiis Award in Venice. They were sold to more than 30 territories.