The International Uranium Film Festival (IUFF) is reaching its seventh year. During the past years the Festival has screened hundreds of well done atomic & nuclear films in Rio de Janeiro, Berlin, New York, New Delhi, Munich, Santa Fe, Montreal, Los Angeles and several other cities around the world. The International Uranium Film Festival will continue in 2017 and beyond, even though the financial situation in Brazil makes it very difficult.
An independent film festival like the IUFF does not receive governmental nor corporate founding in these times in Brazil. For that the Uranium Film Festival depends on independent donations and people for all over the world who believe in the festival its mission. We welcome any donation!
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The non-profit International Uranium Film Festival - the Atomic Age Cinema Fest - was founded in 2010 in Rio de Janeiro. Its mission is to inform about nuclear power, uranium mining, nuclear weapons, nuclear waste and and the risks of radioactivity. Today it is the world wide most important film festival devoted to all things nuclear and radioactive. The horror of atomic bombs and those who suffered from them, and nuclear accidents like Three Mile Island, Chernobyl and Fukushima should never be forgotten - nor repeated. During the last six years now the Uranium Film Festival has shown more than 250 documentaries and movies about the nuclear question in cinemas and cultural centres of more than in about 30 cities world wide and stimulated the public discussion about use and risks of nuclear power.
April 2016 the festival has been for the first time in Hollywood: “The International Uranium Film Festival was – you should pardon the expression – a blast! Wonderful people came to watch the films and were blown away by what they viewed. `The Man Who Saved the World´ was, if anything, more impactful this second time I viewed it. Kudos to festival director Norbert G. Suchanek, in from his home in Rio, and local event producer Alexandra Radlovic for pulling together such a great event.” Libbe HaLevy, panelist and producer of Nuclear Hotseat, the weekly international news magazine on all things nuclear
„If you make it in LA, you make it everywhere," said journalist and solar energy activist Harvey Wasserman from Solartopica who attended the amazing first Uranium Film Festival in Hollywood 2016.
“I Loved this event! Great to see so many Hollywood stars supporting nuclear disarmament! The red carpet was amazing.” Elena Nicklasson, director of Development of the Nuclear Age Peace Foundation
“The festival in the Raleigh Studios was magical for me because of the quality of people that attended. The best of the best!” Event producer Alexandra Radlovic
I loved the films, the panels, the entire concept!! Ivana Massetti, Women Occupy Hollywood Founder & CEO
"The films were really moving and I am so honored to be a part of the festival. What you're doing is so relevant and important right now. Thanks again for including me in this amazing festival.“ Yoko Isabelle Kumano, Artist and Filmmaker in California
"In my 25 years as an anti-Depleted Uranium activist this experience of the Uranium Film Festival has been a highlight in the exposure of a very serious problem that faces mankind today: The use of radioactive waste as a military weapon." Damacio A. Lopez, USA, Founder and Director of IDUST (International Depleted Uranium Study Team)
Only with your help of nuclear concerned people from all over the world the Uranium Film Festival can continue and show important films about nuclear risks that people can rarely watch on TV or in the cinemas. The festival welcomes any donation and support.
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Name: Norbert Suchanek / Uranium Film Festival
Bank: GLS Gemeinschaftsbank Bochum / Germany
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