Samer Angelone is a biologist and filmmaker. He teaches “Filmmaking for Scientists,” “Storytelling Science,” and “Filmmaking Marathon” at various Swiss universities and research institutes (e.g., Universities of Zurich, Geneva, Lausanne, Basel, and ETH), and film festivals (e.g., Locarno Film Festival). He is the founder and director of the Global Eco Film Festival in Switzerland. Angelone has directed several fiction and documentary films in Spain, Switzerland, and Kenya, mainly focusing on issues relating to science and the environment. He has developed scientific research on population genetics, diseases, forensics, wildlife conservation, social media, and human-elephant conflict. Angelone holds a PhD in population genetics (Jaen University, Spain), and master’s degrees in film studies (Cordoba University, Spain) and film direction (Escuela Superior de Cine y Audiovisuales de Cataluña, Barcelona, Spain).