Uranium Film Festival 2018 in Santa Fe

„ATOMIC GODS: Creation Myths of the Bomb“ in the Jean Cocteau Cinema in Santa Fe

International Uranium Film Festival in Santa Fe, Jean Cocteau Cinema

SUNDAY, DECEMBER 9th, 7:30 pm - Free Entry !

Adam Jonas Horowitz, the award winning director & producer of „Nuclear Savage: The Islands of Secret Project 4.1“ presents December 9th his new film series „ATOMIC GODS: Creation Myths of the Bomb“ in the Jean Cocteau Cinema in Santa Fe. Together with Adam Jonas Horowitz the International Film Festival in Santa Fe presents the filmmakers and producers Miguel Silveira and Jay Minton and their films „Devil’s Work“ and  „Yellow Fever“.

Film program


Brazil/USA, 2015, 19 min, Director Miguel Silveira, Producer J.Charles Banks, Scott Riehs, Hugo Kenzo, Dp John Wakayama Carey, Missy Hernandez. Fiction, English, https://vimeo.com/110934948

A 14-year-old boy obsesses over the circumstances surrounding his father’s suicide and the state of the unborn child in his mother’s belly. Influenced by Professor Siegwart Horst Günther who received the Nuclear-Free Future Award in 2007, Miguel Silveira's film reflects the use of depleted uranium weapons by the US-Army in Iraq. http://www.miguelsilveirafilm.com/miguelsilveira/

ATOMIC GODS - Creation myths of the Bomb 

USA, 2018, Director Adam Jonas Horowitz, Exclusive sneak preview of the first Episode, 30 min.

Atomic Gods is a series of surrealistic, black-comedy short films that reveal for the first time the secret, unknown, and perhaps even forbidden, 'Creation Myths of the Bomb.'  A biting satire that is at once both historic and futuristic, this dark episodic series serves as a post-nuclear fairy tale for adults. https://www.nuclearsavage.com/filmmaker

Yellow Fever: Uncovering the Navajo Uranium Legacy

USA, 2013, 56 min, Director Sophie Rousmaniere, Co-Producer Jay Minton, documentary, English 

Yellow Fever follows young Navajo veteran, Tina Garnanez on her journey to investigate the history of the Navajo Uranium Boom, it's lasting impacts in her area and the potential new mining in her region. She begins as a curious family member and becomes an advocate, lobbyist, activist and vocal proponent for transparency and environmental justice. Tina travels throughout the West to learn about uranium mining and nuclear development. She examines the pros, the cons and the hot debate over Nuclear power, which forces her to consider her own opinions on the subject of energy.  www.yellowfeverfilm.com

Following Q&A with the filmmakers & producers Adam Jonas Horowitz, Miguel Silveira and Jay Minton.

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