Help us to make the second International Uranium Film Festival in the American Southwest a great remarkable event for a sustainable world without uranium mining and nuclear risks.
Art & Awareness: Since 2011 the International Uranium Film Festival travels around the world showing documentaries and movies about the risks of nuclear power and uranium. November 2013 the in the world unique film festival was for the first time in the American Southwest, in Window Rock, Albuquerque and Santa Fe.
This year in November/December 2018 the Uranium Film Festival will return and screen new „atomic“ documentaries and movies from all over the world in the Window Rock Navajo Nation Museum and other venues in Arizona and New Mexico like Flagstaff, Albuquerque and Santa Fe. Schedule: Wndow Rock, Nov 29th - Dec 1st, Flagstaff Dec 2nd, Albuquerque Guild Cinema, Dec 6th, Santa Fe Center for Contemporary Arts Cinematheque, Dec 8th.
Thanks to the Seventh Generation Fund more than half of the festivals budget is already financed. But still the festival needs at least $ 20,000 to raise and welcomes any donation. Help us to make the second International Uranium Film Festival in the American Southwest a great remarkable event for a sustainable world without uranium and nuclear risks. Every dollar helps. Your generous donation can be tax deductible to the extent allowed by law. Festival partners and co-organizers of the Uranium Film Festival in the American Southwest are the New Mexico Social Justice and Equity Institute and the Multicultural Alliance for a Safe Environment (MASE).
Anna Marie Rondon, Executive Director
New Mexico Social Justice and Equity Institute
"Uranium Film Festival American Southwest"
Santa Fe Community Foundation