FOR A WORLD WITHOUT NUCLEAR RISKS - One Dollar for the International Uranium Film Festival
„If you make it in LA, you make it everywhere," said famous anti-nuclear activist Harvey Wasserman who attended the Amazing first Uranium Film Festival in Hollywood this year 2016 in April. In fact the Uranium Film Festival made it already also in New York, New Delhi, Rio de Janeiro, Berlin and a dozen of other cities. „But still the independent International Uranium Film Festival has no prime sponsor. The Festival depends on you, depends on thousands of people concerned about the use of nuclear power or nuclear weapons," says Uranium Film Festival co-founder Norbert G. Suchanek. „To continue with our precious work in 2017 we kindly ask for just one dollar from all people concerned about nuclear energy, nuclear and uranium weapons, uranium mining and nuclear accidents like Fukushima. Send the dollar by mail or by bank transfer to our account in Germany.“Donation via bank transfer to Name: Norbert Suchanek / Uranium Film Festival Bank: GLS Gemeinschaftsbank Bochum / Germany
IBAN: DE80 4306 0967 7007 8348 00 Postal address Uranium Film Festival Marcia Gomes de Oliveira Rua Monte Alegre, 356 / 301
Rio de Janeiro / RJ
CEP 20240-194 / Brazil
Watch and hear what actor Esai Morales, nuclear activist Harvey Wasserman, actress Karen Sharpe-Kramer, Libbe HaLevy from Nuclear Hotseat, actress Karine Vanasse, Australian Peter Watts, Mary Beth Brangan and Elena Nicklasson are saying about the International Uranium Film Festival. Just click at the photos or go to our Youtube Channel.
The non-profit International Uranium Film Festival - the Atomic Age Cinema Fest - was founded in 2010 in Rio de Janeiro to inform about nuclear power, uranium mining, nuclear weapons and the risks of radioactivity, nuclear waste and nuclear war. Today it is the world wide most important film event that addresses all nuclear and radioactive issues. 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, which shall continue in 2017. Further festivals are planned 2007 in the US, Brazil, Germany, France and Japan.
“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 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 commented
“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.