The DC Independent Film Forum
Mikhail Kogan, MD is a geriatrician with The GW Medical Faculty Associates and an associate professor of Medicine at The George Washington University School of Medicine & Health Sciences. Dr. Kogan is Medical Director of GW Center for Integrative Medicine and in addition to multiple research and teaching responsibilities, Dr. Kogan serves as an associate director of the Geriatrics Fellowship Program. Dr. Kogan also serves as associate director of the newly formed GW Interdisciplinary Integrative Medicine Fellowship.
Barbara Koeppel is a Washington DC-based investigative reporter who writes about socioeconomic, political, labor, foreign policy, criminal justice and military issues. She was the executive director of the Committee to Protect Journalists.
Theodora Scarato MSW is Executive Director of Environmental Health Trust (EHT), a scientific think tank that publishes research and educates policymakers on environmental health issues. EHT scientists are among the leading independent voices calling for reducing wireless worldwide. EHT sued the FCC for ignoring science related to wireless radiation, and in 2021 the U.S. Court of Appeals, DC Circuit ruled in its favor.
Joseph Sandri is the President of the National Spectrum Association. Joe is CEO of Thought Delivery Systems, Inc., which is active in 5G infrastructure operations, applications, and research & development through its Cardinal Communications division. Mr. Sandri has been an executive officer with multiple publicly traded corporations.
Jonathan Mirin is the co-founding Artistic Director of Piti Theatre Company, an award-winning touring troupe based in Western Massachusetts and Switzerland. His critically acclaimed plays have been produced across North America and Europe. He also co-founded Hilltown Health, a grassroots organization dedicated to leveraging safe technology for healthy, sustainable communities. “Canary in a Gold Mine” is his first documentary.