The Uranium Film Festival was founded in 2011 in Rio de Janeiro to promote films that address nuclear power, nuclear war, and the troubling legacy that this powerful, terrible use of technology leaves behind. Beginning today, the Uranium Film Festival hits the United States with screenings in and near Indian Country. On November 27 and 28, a selection of eye-opening films will show at the Guild Cinema in Albuquerque; on November 30 and December 1, the Center for Contemporary Arts Cinematheque in Santa Fe will host the Festival; and on December 2-4 the Festival will have its concluding run in Window Rock, at the Navajo Nation Museum.
Below are trailers or clips for eight of the films showing in the traveling 2013 Uranium Film Festival.
Nuclear Savage: The Islands of Secret Project 4.1 (showing in Albuquerque, Santa Fe, and Window Rock)
The Atomic States of America (showing in Albuquerque and Window Rock)
The Ultimate Wish: Ending the Nuclear Age (showing in Albuquerque and Window Rock)
Atomic Bombs on the Planet Earth (showing in Santa Fe) — full film:
Not for Public Release: A Nuclear Incident in Lock Haven (showing in Santa Fe)
Ground Zero – Sacred Ground (showing in Window Rock)
Herr Hoppe and the Nuclear Waste (showing in Window Rock)
The Four Corners: A National Sacrifice Area? (showing in Window Rock)
Uranium Drive-In (Showing in Albuquerque)
Poison Wind (showing in Window Rock)