This year Biohacker Summit features three movies on Sunday 20 November (at Korjaamo Kino, Helsinki, Finland – Map here) from 17:00-21:00 touching subjects such as longevity, biohacking and wellbeing.
You can either purchase a discounted ticket pass for 3-in-1 that provides access to all movies or you can purchase each movie ticket separately. Tickets are 7€ per movie or 14€ for all 3 movies.
The Immortalists is the story of two eccentric scientists struggling to discover medical breakthroughs to create eternal youth. And yet they fight to gain support for their cause in our world, which they call a world “blind to the tragedy of old age. ” Bill Andrews is a lab biologist and famed long-distance runner racing against the ultimate clock. Aubrey de Grey is a genius theoretical biologist who conducts his research with a beer in hand. They differ in style and substance, but are united in their common crusade: to cure aging or die trying. They publicly brawl with the old guard of biology who argue that curing aging is neither possible nor desirable. As Andrews and de Grey battle their own aging and suffer the loss of loved ones, their journeys toward life without end ultimately become personal.
Produced by: David Alvarado, Charles Braverman, Kate McLean
Directed by: David Alvarado, Jason Sussberg
Runtime: 1 hour, 19 minutes
The Science of Healing, uncovers new ideas about the intricate web of factors that determine our health. We talk with a group of dedicated scientists, psychologists, bioenergetic researchers and holistic practitioners who are finding healing potential in a wide variety of new places.
In the film, researchers and others who faced health challenges put the science in perspective when they tell their stories. The family of a young Greek boy with cerebral palsy tries to improve his quality of life through reconnective healing. A British woman, diagnosed with an inoperable brain tumor, immerses herself in neuro-linguistic programming. An American woman runs out of options to treat her chronic fatigue syndrome, and as a last resort, begins using an information-based therapy. All three make remarkable recoveries.
Science-based healing of "miracle cures?". Modern biochemical medicine has no framework for explaining these events, often dismissing them as spontaneous remissions... or the result of some kind of placebo effect.
Executive Producer: Harry Massey
Director: Greg Becker
Runtime: 1 hour
Imagine, a mind quick as lightning, a body charged with energy. No, it’s not a fictional superhero. It’s you. SuperCharged. The movie features footage from leading experts in the health and quantum biology field on how to hack your body for abundant energy and a lightening mind.
The film explains the science and shows how the extraordinarily diverse biohackers in the cast went from Sickly Sludge to Super Charged. Yes, we’re only human, but that doesn’t mean we can’t feel superhuman.
The film covers novel science on related topics such as biohacking, grounding, cold thermogenesis, bio-magnetics and how this fits into a Quantum biology model to illustrate how these exciting areas of research are opening up new possibilities in the fields of health and human performance.
A main focus of the film looks at how this new science changes our view of human physiology and how all of life is one big interconnected energy transferring machine, the implications of which will change the way we view health, aging, peak performance and endurance.
Directed by: Sarah Turner (will be present saying a few words about the movie)
Produced by: Harry Massey
Runtime: 1 hour