Uranium Film Festival in USA 2018

Uranium Film Festival 2018 in Window Rock

The International Uranium Film Festival returns to the Diné Nation with additional screenings throughout Arizona & New Mexico


The issue of nuclear power is not only an issue of the Navajo Nation, who suffered for decades because of uranium mining. All people should be informed about the risks of uranium, nuclear weapons and the whole nuclear fuel chain, states International Uranium Film Festival’s Director Norbert G. Suchanek. In an effort to keep people informed and aware, particularly during this critical time of escalating nuclear threats, the International Uranium Film Festival returns to the U.S. Southwest, November 29th to December 12th, 2018.  "You won't leave the way you came!"

The schedule for the U.S. Southwest tour of the 2018 International Uranium Film Festival is as follows:

November 29th and 30th and December 1st, Navajo Nation Museum, Hwy 264 & Post Office Loop
December 2nd, Northern AZ University, Native American Cultural Center, 318 W McCreary
December 6th, Guild Cinema, 3405 Central Ave
December 7th, NM State University Campus, Martinez Hall, 1500 Third St
December 9th, Jean Cocteau Cinema, 418 Montezuma Ave
December 12th, the YWCA Tucson, Frances McClelland Community Center 525 N. Bonita Ave
We are currently selecting the films which will comprise the International Uranium Film Festival. We encourage especially Native American and women filmmakers to send their films about uranium mining or any nuclear issue to the Festival. The selected films will be shown not only in the Navajo Nation Museum but also in venues in Flagstaff, Albuquerque, Grants, Santa Fe and Tuscon. The best productions will receive the Uranium Film Festival´s award in Window Rock.

We extend our most sincere gratitude to the Levinson Foundation for their support, making this Festival possible. Festival partners and co-organizers of the Uranium Film Festival in the American Southwest are the New Mexico Social Justice and Equity Institute, the SW Indigenous Uranium Forum and the Multicultural Alliance for a Safe Environment (MASE).

See here the first selected films.

Further information / Contact
Norbert G. Suchanek
General Director 
International Uranium Film Festival
Anna Marie Rondon
Executive Director 
New Mexico Social Justice and Equity Institute
505-906-2671 (c)

The International Uranium Film Festival kindly asks for your support and welcomes any donation.

Photos from the 2013 Uranium Film Festival in Window Rock.

Reports about the International Uranium Film Festival in Window Rock & New Mexico 2013
About the Indigenous World Uranium Summit Nov/Dec 2006 in Window Rock, Navajo Nation Museum
Declaration of the Indigenous World Uranium Summit
Navajo Nation hosts Indigenous World Uranium Summit