Uranium Film Festival returns to the US in 2024
The International Uranium Film Festival (IUFF) plans to return to the United States in early spring of 2024 for an extended tour across the country. At each stop, it will show a selection of movies and documentaries curated for that area of the country about the use of nuclear power and nuclear weapons in the hope of stimulating discussion on future uses of this technology.
As of now, the tour plans to start its 2024 tour in Window Rock, the capital of the Navajo (Diné) Nation, out of respect for the Native American Peoples who are suffering most by the consequences of uranium mining and nuclear testing.
From there, the IUFF will travel through the Southwest and across America. Its final destination will be Los Angeles, where it was held in 2016 for the first time. The festival team invites NGOs, cultural institutions, universities and movie theaters to join, support, and partner with the tour.
Libbe HaLevy, producer of the weekly podcast and radio show Nuclear Hotseat for which Linda Gunter of Beyond Nuclear creates the Hot Story feature, will help to promote the festival throughout North America.
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