Giacomo Rizzolatti

Dr. Rizzolatti is an Italian Neurophysiologist and professor at the University of Parma in Italy. He discovered unique neurons in the frontal and premotor cortex while doing research on the neural representation of motor movements in monkeys. Unlike other motor neurons, these neurons not only fired when engaged in planning a motor movement, but also through the observation of a related movement in another person or other monkey.

Arkady Shilkloper

Arkady Shilkloper goes places that horn players aren't supposed to go without a net, map, seat belt, crash helmet, overhead air support, and a note from their mothers. 

And he does so with extraordinary ease and musicality. 

I think maybe nobody ever told him "Jazz playing on horn is very difficult, and probably not natural"

I'd walk a camel a mile to hear this guy.

Jeffrey Agrell 

 
 
Pablo Veron

«The best dancer in the world», according to the Paris paper «Liberation», Pablo Veron is the creator of unique style of tango that won him the respect of dancers of all generations. Having inherited the tango traditions from the great Argentin masters his is recognised both in Argentina and worlwild as having been instrumental in the rebirth of this mysterious, sensual and sometimes whimsical dance. The weekly magazine Time Out New York said “Pablo Veron has God’s feet”

 
George Ovashvili

Filmmaker: acclaimed director, producer and screenwriter.

Co-director of Winged Migrations (The Travelling Birds), his own film Corn Island was shortlisted in 2015 for the Oscar Award nomination.

 
René Heuzey

Underwater cinematographer, director of photography in the “Oceans” - film directed by Jacques Perrin (Cesar of the best documentary).

René Heuzey has over 1500 shoots to his credit in all the seas of the world. Nothing stops this image adventurer: often working more than 100m deep underwater with special blends, he is the eye of many filmmakers. He was the one who brought the most beautiful images from the film “Planet Ocean” by Yann Arthus Bertrand.

 
Oriana Kalama

Oriana started Ocean Defender Hawaii with the purpose of educating and informing people on line, about marine creatures, their habitat and how important it is for people to protect them in today’s world. Creating awareness, educating, and helping fix the current problems the ocean is facing became her life’s number one goal.

In the years she worked on the ocean waters, she learned how to appreciate the ocean and all it’s creatures and also realized how important it is to live in harmony with them and protect them.

 
Alexander & Nicole Gratovsky

Anthropologists, founders of the Dolphin Embassy, authors of several books: The Generator Of Possibilities, The Dolphin Principle, and Another Humanity: Dolphins, several documentary novels about the transformative travel; as well as a film-experience My Pilot, Whale; originators of dozens of research expeditions, including a round-the-world expedition 30th Parallel: Archaeology of Possibilities. Authors of educational and transformative programs.