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The Antidote to Oliver Stone: “Fukushima Disaster:  The Hidden Side of the Story” via Nuclear Hotseat

The Antidote to Oliver Stone: “Fukushima Disaster: The Hidden Side of the Story” New Film by Philippe Carillo NH #619  CLICK HERE to download This Week’s Episode #619 This Week’s Featured Interview:   Filmmaker Philippe Carillo busts the myths of nuclear reactor safety in … Continue reading

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RADIOACTIVE: The Women of Three Mile Island New Film by Heidi Hutner has World Premiere via Nuclear Hotseat

NH #598 This Week’s Feature: It’s hard to get the full picture of what nuclear is and what it does across to the general public. Isolated news stories, nuclear industry full-press spin, ADHD news cycles, and the public’s general lack … Continue reading

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New Mexico Nuclear Activists Brainstorm on How to Stop LANL, WIPP Expansion – Taos Enviro Film Festival – via Nuclear Hotseat

Libbe Halevy Listen Here: Audio Player00:0000:00Use Up/Down Arrow keys to increase or decrease volume. Podcast: Download This Week’s Special Feature: New Mexico Nuclear Activists – On August 8, as part of the commemoration of the atomic bomb being dropped by the United … Continue reading

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CJFC brings indie Japanese films to the midwest via Reader

The Chicago Japan Film Collective highlights the country’s lesser-known cinematic works. “This is a wish come true,” says Yuki Sakamoto, cofounder of the Chicago Japan Film Collective (CJFC), the first-ever Japanese film festival held in Chicago. The festival runs from … Continue reading

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A new short doc paints an unforgiving portrait of human stupidity via Little White Lies

Rebecca Speare-Cole Otto Bell’s new documentary The Toxic Pigs of Fukushima is a half-hour immersion into the scarred, forgotten world left behind by the 2011 earthquake, nuclear disaster and mass evacuation in Japan. The film doesn’t settle on one thesis … Continue reading

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New Film Explores U.S. Suppression of Key Footage from Hiroshima & Nagasaki via the Asia-Pacific Journal Japan Focus

Greg Mitchell Elite Japanese and American film teams shot the most important and disturbing film, including rare color images, in the aftermath of the atomic bombings. Then it was buried by U.S. authorities for decades as the nuclear arms race … Continue reading

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Uranium Film Festival in the American Southwest 2018 Schedule via The Uranium Film Festival

  Since 2011 the International Uranium Film Festival shows world-wide movies and documentaries about the risks of radioactivity and nuclear power.  After the screenings in Berlin from October 9th to 14th the Uranium Film will travel this year to  the … Continue reading

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Half Life in Fukushima documents life in the “red zone” via International Examiner

Playing this weekend at the Northwest Film Forum, Mark Olexa and Francesca Scalisi’s haunting 2016 documentary Half Life in Fukushima follows Naoto Matsumura, a middle-aged former rice farmer who tends to the animals left behind in the exclusion zone surrounding … Continue reading

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The Uranium Film Festival & The Perils of Nuclear Power via Clean Technica

[…] The International Uranium Film Festival is dedicated to all films about nuclear power and its associated risks of radioactivity. This educational event merges art, ecology, environmentalism, and environmental justice as it informs the public about uranium mining and milling, … Continue reading

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Nuclear Power Documentary Film and Panel Discussion Coming to Chatham via CapeCod.com

CHATHAM –The documentary “Power Struggle” will be screened at the Chatham Orpheum Theater on Saturday November 11th,followed by a panel discussion. The film chronicles the heated political battle to close the Vermont Yankee nuclear plant. It shows how a nuclear … Continue reading

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