USA/Canada 2024 Program
USA/Canada 2024 Program
USA/Canada 2024 Program
USA/Canada 2024 Program

USA/Canada 2024 Program



The 2024 International Uranium Film Festival (IUFF) in North America begins
March 7 at the Navajo Nation Museum in Window Rock, the capital of the Navajo (Diné) Nation.
The "Turtle Island" marathon tour of this worldwide unique film festival
on all nuclear topics and radioactive dangers includes more than 10 cities in 9 states.

Further cities included are Tucson (AZ), Austin (TX), Asheville (NC), Chicago (IL), Spokane (WA), Vancouver in Canada, 
Seattle (WA), Olympia (WA), Portland (OR), Salem (OR), Santa Barbara (CA) and Las Vegas (NV).
“We will be showing important, eye-opening films about risks and consequences of uranium mining,
the use nuclear power, nuclear arms and uranium weapons,” says festival’s director and co-founder Norbert G. Suchanek. 
Poster & Banner design by Klee Benally

FESTIVAL PROGRAMS (download pdfs)



March 7 and 8, 2024  
Navajo Nation Museum / 10 am to 9 pm
Entry Free! Donations are welcomed!
Sponsor/Partner: New Mexico Social Justice Equity Institute (NMSJEI)
Coordinator: Anna Rondon (NMSJEI)


Tuesday March 12 and 13
The Screening Room, 127 E. Congress St  Tucson 
Sponsors: Nuclear Resister, PSR-Az, WILPF, TucsonPeaceCenter
Coordinator: Kathy Altman


Monday, March 18th 6 p.m. to 9:30 p.m.
AFS Cinema (at The Linc) / 6259 Middle Fiskville Rd, Austin, TX 78752
Sponsors / Co-organizers: SEED Coalition
Karen Hadden, Executive Director, SEED Coalition
Carolyn Croom, Outreach Coordinator, SEED Coalition


March 23 and 24, starts 2 pm 
UNCA (University of North Carolina Asheville) /
Entry Free! Donations are welcomed!
Sponsors: Western North Carolina Physicians For Social Responsibility (WNC-PSR) /
OREPA! (Oak Ridge Environmental Peace Alliance)
Reject Raytheon
Veterans for Peace!
Nuclear Watch South
Coordinator: Leslie Poplawski


March 28 - April 1, 2024
Loyola University, Haymarket House, 
University of Chicago, Evanston Public Library
Entry Free! Donations are welcomed!
Music Box Theatre / General Admission: $11.00 + tax
Sponsors: Nuclear Energy Information Service (NEIS) and Samuel Lawrence Foundation
Coordinator: Jan Boudart 


April 3 and 4
The Magic Lantern Theater LLC 25 W Main,
Spokane WA 99201 509 209-2383
Sponsor: Washington Physicians for Social Responsibility (WPSR)
Coordinator: Cheryl McDaniel


April 8 - April 12
The Black Box Studio / 6:30 - 9:00 pm
Sponsor: Cineworks Independent Filmmakers Society
Organizer: Jesse Andrewartha from the Atomic Photographers Guild (APG)
Photo exhibition: Plutonium & Silver - The Atomic Photographers Guild - Imaging The Nuclear Condition


April 12, 13 and 14
Northwest Film Forum
Sponsor: Washington Physicians for Social Responsibility
Coordinator: Jad Baaklini


April 15 and 16
Purce I in Evergreen College
 Sponsor/ Organizer: OCANW (Olympia Coalition Abolish Nuclear Weapons)
Coordinator: Hardy Carcamo


April 17 and 18
Door open at 6 PM, screening starts at 6:30 PM; ends at 8:30 PM.
First Unitarian Church, Eliot Chapel
               Organizer - David Delk, Economic Justice Action Group of the First Unitarian Church, Portland
Sponsors:  Economic Justice Action Group of the First Unitarian Church,  Oregon Conservany Foundation


The Ike Box 299 Cottage St. NE,
Friday April 19, 6:00-9 pm and Saturday April 20, 5:30 - 9 pm
Sponsor: NAN group (Nuclear Abolition Now)
Coordinator: Elizabeth Rose Parker


April 30 & May 1, 2024
The Beverly Theater, 3 pm to 10 pm
This event benefits Pooha-Bah and is hosted by the Native Community Action Council (Nevada is Not a Wasteland).
Supporter: Beyond Nuclear.
Local organizer and sponsor: Principal Man Ian Zabarte
Western Bands of the Shoshone Nation of Indians
Treaty of Ruby Valley (Consolidated Treaty Series Vol. 127 1863)
April 12
University of California (UCSB),  8 pm
Coordinator: Amanda M. Nichols, Ph.D
with the participation of Libbe HaLevy, 
producer of the weekly radio show Nuclear Hotseat and Ambassador of the IUFF to the USA.
Entry Free! Donations are welcomed!
Klee Benally, Diné artist, activist and filmmaker, died suddenly on December 30, 2023, just days after completing his designs for the 2024 IUFF tour of North America and the Window Rock festival.
We are so sad about Klee's death! Our hearts are with him.

Festival team
Norbert G. Suchanek
International Uranium Film Festival 
General Director and Co-Founder
Email: norbert.suchanek@
Márcia Gomes de Oliveira
International Uranium Film Festival
Rio de Janeiro
Executive Director and Co-Founder
Email: uraniofestival@
Ambassador of the International 
Uranium Film Festival to the USA
Los Angeles
Past Uranium Film Festivals in the USA