Film and festival
The International Uranium Film Festival. You can see or read about films which are important but don’t usually reach the mass media. .. Find out more about how to enter a film or browse their archive of films (some of which you can watch) at their website, which is I think, brilliantly done and very visual. The festival continues this year with more films and it has been staged in a growing number of countries.
Tenner Films. Based in UK. Films about the nuclear industry.
Nuclear Waste Dumped and Forgotten. Documentary of note.
This is an old film about the atom bombs tested in the 50’s..and the after effects, especially on an unsuspecting Australian population. It’s in five parts on YouTube. Somewhere around 3.22 minutes, the fifth part has the clip from President Kennedy’s famous speech, which is as relevant today as it was then.
This is a link to a beautiful tribute to The Children of Chornobyl, https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=C39Md01m8NI drawn in sand by Kseniya Simonova. shown at the IUFF. This is a link to more of her work https://plus.google.com/+simonovatv
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