Rio de Janeiro's 9th International Uranium Film Festival once again brought the topic of nuclear power and radioactive hazards not only on the big screen but also into the Brazilian TV and into the headlines. From 25 May to 2 June 2019, the world's unique nuclear film festival showed 25 "atomic" films and organized two panel discussions on radioactive hazards and nuclear safety at the Cinematheque of the Museum of Modern Art (MAM Rio). The festival team thanks its loyal supporters in Rio de Janeiro: Cinemateca do MAM Rio, Cachaça Magnífica do Rio de Janeiro, Bar do Mineiro, Armazém São Thiago e Esquina de Santa.
9th Rio de Janeiro International Uranium Film Festival in the Media
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Only with your help we are able to bring important films about nuclear power and radioactive risks on the big screen - not only in Rio. We organize Uranium Film Festivals around the globe: from Rio de Janeiro to Berlin, New York, New Delhi, Los Angeles .... We screen must-see documentaries and movies that are rarely shown in TV or in movie theatres and we give nuclear filmmakers a global audience. Every year we receive new invitations from all over the world to bring the festival with its important films to other cities and countries like Australia, Greenland, Tanzania, Portugal, Spain or Scotland. But Uranium Film Festivals are only possible with your support, with your donation. Watch here what famous actor and activist Esai Morales at the Uranium Film Festival in Hollywood says about Fukushima and the Festival. "The Uranium Film Festival is necessary, you cannot see radiation ... but don't be afraid, the Uranium Film Festival is not radioactive, it is about radioactivity.Please contact us for general information International Uranium Film Festival
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