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The Nuclear Question – Nov. 16 in London

2013 November 6
by Shared by Steve Rust

UK subscribers or those traveling to London in the near future may find the following one-day film festival event of interest:

The Nuclear Question

Despite meltdowns and mountains of radioactive waste, could nuclear really save the planet?

As plans go ahead for the UK’s first new nuclear plant in twenty years, join us for a day of brilliant films exploring the pros and cons.

Saturday 16th November, 2013 at 12:00pm

The Ritzy Cinema
Brixton Oval, Coldharbour Lane, London, SW2 1JG (T: 0871 902 5739)

Films individually priced, or buy a discounted full day ticket for £20 (£18 conc)

Amazingly, nuclear power is now the cry from many climate change warriors!

In a remarkable about-turn, climate change warriors and environmentalists are becoming pro-nuclear. They believe that with the surge in demand from the developing world, nuclear energy is our planet’s ‘cleanest’ option, but with Fukushima still spewing radiated waste, the arguments against it remain potent.



Six documentaries from different points of view; four international directors in discussion; a one-time chance to be informed, take part and focus on this key issue for the future of our planet. Our extensive programme includes Oscar-nominated director and former anti-nuclear campaigner Robert Stone’s controversial PANDORA’S PROMISE, which meets the energy experts who have undergone the most radical of conversions. In addition we will have films looking at disasters such as Fukushima and Chernobyl, and a very special sneak preview of a brand new documentary on potential nuclear answers.

We end the day with a panel discussion on the past, present and future of nuclear, featuring Robert Stone (dir. Pandora’s Promise), Esther Hoffenberg (dir. Welcome to Nuclear Land), Frankie Fenton (dir. The Good Reactor) and Paul Johannessen (dir. Women of Fukushima).


Thanks to Helen Hughes for passing this information along.


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