Director: David Bradbury
Blowin in the Wind is about the US military use of depleted uranium weapons since the first Gulf War. It is an expose of what the arms' manufacturers are doing with the radioactive waste of the nuclear power industry. They are making bullets, bombs and bunker busters from it...and firing it around the globe. Blowin' was shown theatrically around Australia and created a minor controversy. It premiered at the Sydney and Brisbane International Film Festivals. It helped secure for Bradbury the coveted Charles Chauvel award for his contribution to the Australian film industry and the Stanley Hawes award (2008).
Australia, 2005, 62 min, English, Production: Frontline Film Foundation
Latin American Premiere