Nukes in a Nut Shell - 4 films

The ACE Collective (Anti-Nuclear and Clean Energy) are pleased to invite you and your friends to a four-part film and discussion series on all things nuclear. The time has come for some self-education and to showcase some of the best nuclear films.

If you don’t know what Muckaty is, why nuclear won’t solve climate change or what radioactive racism means, it sounds like you need Nukes in a Nutshell.

Tuesday 8th October: Uranium Mining and Radioactive Racism

Screening Atomic Footprints, At Eye Level and Dirt Cheap: 30 Years On. Discussion with Kirsten Blair, Gundjeihmi Aboriginal Corporation.

Tuesday 22nd October: Climate Change vs. Nukes

Screening Climate of Hope and Women of Fukushima. Discussion with Jim Green, Friends of the Earth.

Tuesday 12th November: 17,300 Nuclear Weapons

Screening Maralinga Pieces, Genie in a bottle: Unleashed and The War Game. Discussion with Dimity Hawkins, Tim Wright (International Campaign to Abolish Nuclear Weapons) and Gisela Gardener.

Tuesday 26th November: Muckaty and Radioactive Waste

Screening Muckaty Voices and Into Eternity. Discussion with Dave Sweeney, Australian Conservation Foundation.

Each night is free and starts at 7pm-sharp at Longplay Bar and Cinema, 318 St Georges Rd North Fitzroy.

Full program and more details attached and at the Facebook event here.

For a nuclear free world,

the ACE Collective
Contact ACE
Melbourne: Gem Romuld 0421 955 066 <[email protected]>