The Heinrich-Böll-Stiftung's Palestine & Jordan, in cooperation with the Royal Film Commission of Jordan and the Goethe Institut Jordan, supported the International Uranium Film Festival's premiere in Jordan. The three day event in the Rainbow Theatre from Dec 16 to Dec 18 showed films about uranium mining, DU weapons and Fukushima. The Brazilian born film festival was also backed by a number of Jordanian environmental organizations in Amman. Download Program:
The official report of the 4th International Uranium Film Festival Rio de Janeiro May 2014 is now published. More than 60 nuclear and atomic documentaries, movies and animations were screened in the Cinematheque of Rio de Janeiro's Modern Art Museum between May 14th to May 25th. The 66 pages report "Victories & Dificulties" includes photos, statements, the Yellow Oscar and Special Achievement Awards and the list of all screened films. Please Download here the Report!
The Uranium Film Festival travelled for the 2nd time to India, a country with 1,2 billion people still looking for 24 hours electricity. India is still in need for cheap energy for millions of small housholds. Is nuclear power the solution? Is it save, clean and cheap? The festival travelled to 6 cities, reached over 4000 spectators. One said: “One of the signs of a good program is that you can't shake it off your thoughts even after leaving the function hall." Download Report
The Uranium Film Festival of Rio de Janeiro goes again to Berlin. This time it will be in the Babylon cinema, Sept. 29 to Oct 04, showing new atomic films from around the world. The 2011 in Rio de Janeiro for the first time launched unique festival is the world's only festival dedicated to the entire nuclear fuel chain and radioactive risks: From uranium mining to nuclear waste. After Berlin the Uranium Film Festival will be guest Wunsiedel and Passau in October 2014. Download Berlin festival programme!
The 4th International Uranium Film Festival Rio de Janeiro - hailed as "The Atomic Cannes" - has honored the 2014 award winners in a special ceremony at the Rio de Janeiro's Modern Art Museum Cinemateque. The festival awarded 5 Yellow Oscars and 8 Special Recog-nitions. One Yellow Oscar went to the German movie "Final Picture" (Photo). Some of the awarded movies are now in their way with the festival to Berlin and Amman. Find here the Rio Festival Report 2014.
In a few days will start the IV International Uranium Film Festival Rio de Janeiro 2014. Between May 14th and 25th more than 60 movies, documentaries and animations from over 20 countries about nuclear power, uranium mining and radioactive risks (From Hiroshima to Fukushima) will screen in the Cinema of Rio's Modern Art Museum. Rio de Janeiro's Uranium Film Festival is the world's biggest showcase of eye opening films about nuclear energy. It's the "Atomic Cannes".
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The second edition of Uranium Film Festival, India has till now traveled to five cities with the top institutions of country like National institute of Design, Ahmedabad, St. Francis College for Women and Annapurna International School of Film and Media Hyderabad, School of communication, Manipal, Indian Institute of Science, Bangalore and Films Division, Mumbai. Apart from screening of excellent films, a photo exhibition by Ashish Birulee on uranium mining in Jadugoda was part of the Uranium Film Festival. Download here the Report.
Sustainability Spotlight shines on the International Uranium Film Festival Rio de Janeiro: Each week, Green Cross International highlights people or organizations dedicated to finding solutions to the world's environmental issues as part of our Sustainability Spotlight series. For the very first entry in our series, Green Cross International is proud to Spotlight the International Uranium Film Festival.