Films and discussions about atomic energy, nuclear and uranium weapons in October in Berlin: Hiroshima, Chernobyl, Goiânia, Fallujah, Fukushima: Meet nuclear filmmakers in Berlin and and discuss the question of nuclear power. From 10 the 15th October 2017 the in he world unique International Uranium Film Festival will screen 28 films from all over the world in the cinema of the Kulturbrauerei and the Zeiss-Großplanetarium 13 filmmakers and producers will be present for Q & A sessions after the screenings: Larbi Benchiha (France/Algeria), Timothy Large (England), Cris Ubermann (France), Benedito Ferreira (Brazil), Serhiy Zabolotny (Ukraine), Tamotsu Matsubara (Japan), Masako Sakata (Japan), Sophie Filip and Robert Cordes, Moritz Schulz, Michael Saup, Marco Kühne and Michael Sladek (Germany).
Also in Berlin present several special guests, nuclear experts, politicians and awarded filmmakers like MdB Klaus Mindrup, Member of the German Parliament and of the commission for environment and nuclear safety, Odesson Alves Ferreira, surviving victim of Brazil's radioactive Cesium-137-accident, David Newbigging, BAFTA New Talent winning filmmaker and storyboard artist from Scotland, and Peter Anthony, award winning filmmaker from Denmark.
In addition the Uranium Film Festival offers the opportunity to see the new photo exhibition "Chernobyl of Brazil / Brasiliens Tschernobyl" in the Kulturbrauerei. The exhibition by investigative journalist and photographer Norbert Suchanek tells the story of Latin America’s worst radioactive accident that happened exactly 30 years ago in September 1987 in the city of Goiânia, the capital of Goiás state. Hundreds of people were contaminated with radioactive Cesium-137.
KINO IN DER KULTURBRAUEREI
Schönhauser Allee 36 / 10435 Berlin – Prenzlauer Berg
Einzelticket: 7 Euro - Ermäßigt Schüler/Studenten/Behinderte 5 Euro
Festivalpässe: Auf Anfrage / Vorverkauf im Kino ab 1. Oktober
Prenzlauer Allee 80, 10405 Berlin