Jonathan Laurence is an artist and designer, currently living in his native lands of midcoast Maine.
"Until there's positive proof, it could be any of 12 people. To us they're all important," said Page, who was angered by the alleged use of a mechanical digger at the site.
"They put a Bobcat through the site – this is not how you conduct an archaeological dig....
He serves on the Maine Film Commission, and is an adjunct instructor at Unity College’s Center for Environmental Arts and Humanities.
Sean Flynn is the Program Director for the Points North Institute and has helped design and produce all Points North programs since 2011.
The 28-year-old's fate has been a mystery since 1970 when he and fellow journalist Dana Stone were captured by communist Khmer Rouge guerrillas while on assignment in the area, and never heard from again.
Keith Rotheram, a Briton in the team that found the remains, said in March that they based their search on a local villager's claims to have seen regime soldiers kill a prisoner there matching Flynn's description in 1971.
Rotheram, a guesthouse owner in coastal Sihanoukville, said the pair based their search on claims by a local villager, who said he witnessed Khmer Rouge soldiers executing a prisoner matching Flynn's description at the spot in 1971.
The jawbone has two fillings which prove the remains come from someone treated by Western dentists, he added.
He is a co-founder and co-programmer of The Doc Yard, an award winning screening series in Cambridge, MA and has served on juries at the Silverdocs Film Festival, Hot Docs Festival, Dokufest Kosovo, IFFBoston and for IFP’s Gotham Awards.
Ben is currently the Nominee’s Chair for the Cinema Eye Honors for Nonfiction Filmmaking, and a member of their Industry Advisory Board and Nominating Committee.
Sean received a master’s degree from MIT’s Comparative Media Studies department, where he worked as a researcher at the MIT Open Documentary Lab.