Thank You!

Le Festival international du film Uranium de Rio de Janeiro 2021 pour la première fois en ligne et libre pour tous - a pris fin avec un public fantastique de près de 7 000 visionnements.

The Rio de Janeiro International Uranium Film Festival  2021 - for the first time Online and free for all - has ended with a fantastic audience of almost 7000 viewings. The festival had spectators from all continents and from 74 countries: from Brazil to Greenland. Most of the audience came from three countries: USA, Japan and Brazil. A big "Thank You" goes to the filmmakers without whom the festival would not have been possible.  

And the festival award winners are the films Atomic Cover-Up, Atomic Refugee Moms, The Invisible Island and  ... / more details here!

The International Uranium Film Festival - with the support by Rio's Modern Art Museum (MAM Rio) - has streamed during 10 days 34 films on nuclear weapons and nuclear energy, from Hiroshima to Fukushima, online and free of charge. However we welcome any contribution and donation. The festival must go on.

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We thank Kathy Altman from PSR Arizona and Lucy Jane Santos, author of the book Half Lives: The Unlikely History of Radium) and Jim Torson from Flagstaff for their support and donations. The festival team also thanks its supporters in Rio de Janeiro: The Museum of Modern Art Cinematheque (MAM Rio) and Cachaça Magnífica de Faria

We are grateful for the support by Peace Boat Foundation,  ICANNuclear News and Nuclear Hotseat in distributing the festival and its films. We also thank the journalists Cláudio Manhães and Verônica Lima from Rio. Special thanks to the volunteers of the Adolpho Bloch FAETEC State School for Film, TV, Tourism, Event management and Dance: Larissa Montenegro; Marcos Vinicius de Oliveira Pereira da Silva; Júlia Mendes; Wanderson Romão; Maria da Conceição; Nayara Lima e Bruno Lugão (egresso), Juan Giestas, Ícaro Vendruscolo, Ana Carolina Ribeiro e Aline Oliveira. 

International Uranium Film Festival 2022

Next year, in May/June 2022, a focus of the International Uranium Film Festival in Rio will be Uranium Mining. In addtion we are planning a special on films from and about Turkey. See you soon at  Modern Art Museum Rio Cinematheque. (Top photo: Awarded filmmakers at the closing party of the Uranium Film Festival 2016 in the MAM Rio Gardens: Peter Anthony, Marcus Schwenzel and Tineke Van Veen.)
All the best from Rio
International Uranium Film Festival
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Santa Teresa / Rio de Janeiro / RJ
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