Alvaro A. Ricciardelli
Alvaro is a Spanish/Argentinian journalist, producer, filmmaker and editor based between London and Barcelona. He's been creating digital video and documentaries for the past 12 years. He's passionate about human stories and specialized in observational documentary.

His work has been published on BBC News, BBC World TV, BBC Three, BBC Panorama, El Pais and other outlets in Europe and Latin America.
"I'm looking for how participants can bring things out from this story that will connect to people on a human level, that will connect to the people not only in the brain, but also in their heart."
Oren Rosenfeld
Oren is a Multi Emmy Award winning documentary filmmaker and journalist.

Born in Israel, he has explored cultural, religious, and historical themes through his documentaries, such as Hummus the Movie, One Day in Gaza (BBC), and Ark of the Covenant (Discovery Channel). In 2010, he founded Holy Land Productions, which has become a leading documentary production company in the Middle East, Africa, India, and beyond. Oren continues to direct, produce, and create award-winning original documentaries and develop content for major global platforms.
"Docuthon is very important because it sheds light on subject matter that not many people are aware of, including myself. I think what we're going to be looking for is a very interesting storyline. Basically, I want to be interested in what I'm seeing and to learn from it."
Amelia Martyn-Hemphill
Amelia is a journalist, self-shooting filmmaker and podcaster for the BBC and Fast Company.

She tells multimedia stories about tech, innovation and global health, and hosts FastCompany's well-known "World Changing Ideas" podcast program. She's created numerous long and short-form documentaries on topics including virtual K-pop stars, digital twins, green crypto, and the Metaverse. Prior to joining the BBC, Amelia worked for Bloomberg TV in New York and was the tech and innovation correspondent for She covered the startup scene in New York's "Silicon Alley" and reported from the New York Stock Exchange. She's also been widely published as a journalist, including in The Atlantic, Newsweek, and USA TODAY.
" We're at such an exciting point when it comes to AI and this is also a moment for filmmakers to have their say in the narrative. We need more people to feel inspired about all the innovation that's happening around the world. Using AI for drug discovery and development is going to be a game changer. It feels like we're on the cusp of some really huge breakthroughs when it comes to treating disease, to living longer, to improving people's quality of life."