Celebrating 10 Years International Uranium Film Festival

By: Uranium Film Festival
RIO DE JANEIRO - Nov. 12, 2019 - PRLog -- Next year, May 21st to 31st 2020 we're celebrating the 10th birthday of the International Uranium Film Festival and we want to bring the best nuclear films and its filmmakers from the last ten years together with new productions to Rio de Janeiro. The venue will be like in the years before the Cinematheque of Rio de Janeiro's prestigious Modern Art Museum (MAM Rio). Already more than 25 awarded filmmakers and producers from 12 countries agreed to come to Rio in 2020.


In addition to the screenings of dozens of nuclear films this in the world unique film festival about the atomic age is planning a powerful panel on one of the most important questions of our time: Climate Change and Nuclear Power. Are nuclear power plants a solution to global warming?

Join us and help the Uranium Film Festival to celebrate its tenth anniversary. Whether you are for or against the use of nuclear power or uranium: Everyone should be aware of the radioactive risks.  Make a mark and contribute to the festival. (https://uraniumfilmfestival.org/en/donate-to-the-uranium-...)


The Uranium Film Festival's call for entries for 2020 (https://uraniumfilmfestival.org/en/film-entry-1) is sill open. Filmmakers and producers can send their documentaries, animations, non-fiction or experimental movies until 1 January 2020. In addition the festival invites the media and social or environmentally conscious companies as festival sponsors and partners. (https://uraniumfilmfestival.org/en/donate-to-the-uranium-film-festival)

„We founded the International Uranium Film Festival in 2010 just a few months before Fukushima especially to ensure that atomic disasters such as Chernobyl or the horror of nuclear bomb  attacks and nuclear bomb tests are not forgotten nor repeated," recalls festival director Norbert G. Suchanek. „When we published our first call for entry, very surprisingly one of the first productions we received and awarded was the extraordinary short film Atomic Bombs On The Planet Earth by Peter Greenaway. Since that we have shown more than 200 nuclear films from around the globe until today."

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