The INTERNATIONAL URANIUM FILM FESTIVAL travels for the first time to USA
Navajo Nation Window Rock Museum December 2 - December 4
Our special guest this week is Leona Morgan Uranium Clean up Advocate and organizer for the International Uranium Film Festival for the Albuquerque and Navajo Nation Window Rock venues. This is the world’s only traveling film festival devoted to the entire Nuclear Power/Fuel Chain, from mining to nuclear power plants and the use of uranium bullets, from Hiroshima to Fukushima and Fallujah. Now the International Uranium Film Festival is coming to the birthplace of the nuclear age.
On November 27th & 28th, 2013, the International Uranium Film Festival (IUFF) will make its premiere screening in the United States, starting in the Southwest with Albuquerque, New Mexico highlighting over 40 films from 15 countries which explore not only this radioactive element called “uranium”, but nuclear practices as well. These are documentary films, experimental and animated films, new comedies, fiction and science fiction films. The Festival will make its way from Albuquerque to Santa Fe (Nov 30 & Dec 1 at Center For Contemporary Arts Cinematechque), Window Rock (Dec 2-4 at Navajo Nation Museum) and finally in February 2014 to Washington D.C. and New York City.
“Each screening in the Southwest will have Point Persons (PP) on the ground and different programs featuring a different variety of the more than 40 films from the wide collection of the IUFF. These films bring to life what New Mexicans have experienced for decades from uranium mining to depleted uranium bullets”.
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