Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, May 13, 2017 –(PR.com)– These celebrities and film directors appreciate and endorse the International Uranium Film Festival: Harvey Wasserman, Kat Kramer, Peter Greenaway, Libbe HaLevy, Ivana Massetti, Yoko Isabelle Kumano, Larbi Benchiha, Karine Vanasse, Karen Sharpe-Kramer, Esai Morales, Mary Beth Brangan, Claus Biegert, Cris Uberman, Steve McEveety, David Bradbury, Jeff Spitz, Robert Richter, Myroslav Slaboshpytskiy, Maurizio Torrealta, Adam Jonas Horowitz …
However, the in the world unique film festival needs also Your support and donation to continue.
The non-profit International Uranium Film Festival – the Atomic Age Cinema Fest – was founded in 2010, a few months before the Fukushima nuclear accident in Rio de Janeiro to show films about the risks of nuclear power and radioactivity. Today, it is the world most important nuclear film event creating nuclear awareness globally.
Since its premier in May 2011, the Uranium Film Festival has shown far more than 200 documentaries and movies about Hiroshima, Chernobyl, Fukushima and the dangers of nuclear power and uranium mining in more that 30 cities around the globe: From Rio de Janeiro to Los Angeles, Washington, New York, New Delhi, Mumbai, Quebec, Montreal, Lisbon, Amman and Berlin.
“To continue with our precious work in 2017 we need the support and donations from all people concerned about nuclear energy, nuclear and uranium weapons, uranium mining and nuclear accidents like Fukushima,” says Uranium Film Festival co-founder Norbert G. Suchanek.
The Uranium Film Festival welcomes any donation and support.
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