David Alvarado

Co-Director, "The Immortalists"

David Alvarado is a documentary filmmaker with a sharp interest in philosophy and science. Usually focusing on dark subjects to help explore deep questions, he shows that life is endlessly fascinating, and at times beautiful. Aiming to help bridge the gap between the arts and sciences, David hopes to develop his career as a documentary filmmaker popularizing discourse about reality of the natural world, and the discovery of our species’ healthy place within it.

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On this episode David Alvarado and Jason Sussberg talk about the exact opposite--immortality, living forever.

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On this episode David Alvarado and Jason Sussberg talk about the exact opposite--immortality, living forever.

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