Wednesday, April 27, 2016
Films (12pm to 7:30pm)
FINAL PICTURE (4:15pm) & HOT WATER (12pm)
NUCLEAR SAVAGE: THE ISLANDS OF SECRET PROJECT 4.1 (2pm)
THE MAN WHO SAVED THE WORLD (7:30pm)
Nuclear Power Panel (9:20pm)
Harvey Wasserman, Kat Kramer
Esai Morales, Mimi Kennedy, Libbe HaLevy
Raleigh Studios Hollywood, Charlie Chaplin Theater, (5300 Melrose Ave., LA, 90038)
Raleigh Studios Hollywood, on famous Melrose Avenue – where tradition meets innovation. Originally founded by Adolph Zukor as the Famous Players Fiction Studio in 1912, the Raleigh Studios
Hollywood is the oldest independent studio in continuous operation. Undergoing a five-year renovation and expansion when first acquired in 1979, the 11 acre complex of 13 sound stages, production and support space, serves as the headquarters for Raleigh Studios. http://www.raleighstudios.com/hollywood.
The studios` beautiful Chaplin Theater is named after Charlie Chaplin, who made several films at Raleigh Studios in the 1920s and 30s.
Festival contact in LA
Comp tickets, RSVP:
Alexandra Radlovic, Event Producer LA BRAND MANAGEMENT Mobile: 323.206.7025
About the festival
The International Uranium Film Festival is dedicated to all films about nuclear power and the risks of radioactivity, from uranium mining to nuclear waste. The festival was founded 2010 by the non-profit arts and cultural organization, “Yellow Archives” (Arquivo Amarelo), based in Rio de Janeiro. Objective is the preservation and support of cultures in danger and the production of videos, films, CDs and DVDs against oblivion and displacement. The Yellow Archives is a project against forgetting and to keep valuable knowledge alive. We welcome any support and donation.