Jason Sussberg

Co-Director, "The Immortalist"

Jason Sussberg is an award-winning documentary filmmaker focused on BIG ideas on human progress and social justice. He started his career working in sports television for the San Francisco Giants and the Golden State Warriors. After receiving a MFA at Stanford University in film, he co-founded Dogpatch Films in San Francisco. He is a dilettante (with a past life in motion graphics) who trains his lens on social and political topics ranging from jailed journalists, justice system reform and futurism. When he's not in the classroom teaching, he is co-directing "The Immortalists" with David Alvarado about the scientists dedicated to curing the "disease of aging." Follow his useless musings on twitter or Dogpatch Films' feed voiced by Anthony Weeks.

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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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