The International Uranium Film Festival has been for the first time in USA - from Nov 27 to Dec 4: Albuquerque, Santa Fe, Window Rock. More than 40 atomic films about uranium mining, uranium clean-up, atomic bombs and nuclear accidents were screened in the Guild Cinema ABQ, Center for Contemporary Arts Santa Fe and in Window Rock Navajo Nation Museum. Next February 2014 it will be in Washington and New York City.
Window Rock, AZ – December 2-4, 2013, the International Uranium Film Festival (IUFF) will be held in the homelands of indigenous communities sacrificed by the United States to produce uranium for the bombs of World War II and the Cold War. Although the Navajo Nation has a moratorium halting new uranium production, there are nearby uranium mining and milling facilities and local transport of radioactive materials happening today and more being proposed as the push for nuclear energy development continues, despite the dangers exemplified by Churchrock and Chernobyl.
Albuquerque, NM– On November 27th & 28th, 2013, the International Uranium Film Festival (IUFF) will make its premiere screening in the United States, starting in the Southwest with Albuquerque, New Mexico highlighting over 40 films from 15 countries which explore not only this radioactive element called "uranium", but nuclear practices as well. These are documentary films, experimental and animated films, new comedies, fiction and science fiction films
The International Uranium Film Festival is the world's only traveling festival devoted to the entire Nuclear Fuel Chain, from uranium mining to nuclear power plants and uranium bullets, from Hiroshima to Fukushima and Fallujah. Now the International Uranium Film Festival is coming to the birthplace of the nuclear age.