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Uranium Film Festival, Brooklyn
02.09.2014, 11:55 am
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McpHeegraphic by Josh MacPhee, via Todos Somos Japon

If you’ve ever wanted a movie-based crash course in how humans have put uranium to use on the planet, you might be interested in attending a film or two at the upcoming Uranium Film Festival. The festival runs for six days (February 14-19th, 2014), at Brooklyn’s Pavilion Theater. The films range from the experimental to the political, but uranium is the substance of connection. So, if you’re curious about how contemporary artists and filmmakers are responding to global atomic realities, don’t miss your chance next weekend.

We are also grateful to have recently met the volunteer coordinator of the Brooklyn-based iteration of the Uranium Film Festival, Yuko Tonohira. She is a co-founder of Todos Somos Japon, a project  worth checking out. And, in case you need an extra deck of Repository spotter cards, they will be available at the festival.


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