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The International Uranium Film Festival of Rio de Janeiro is dedicated to films about any nuclear issue: uranium mining, nuclear power plants, nuclear accidents, atomic bombs, nuclear waste, radioactive risks. The next, the third International Uranium Film Festival: May 16 to May 26, 2013, Cinema of the Museum of Modern Art (MAM) Rio de Janeiro.
The 2nd International Uranium Film Festival of Rio de Janeiro 2012 awarded films from USA, Sweden and Germany with the Festival’s "Yellow Oscar". Bill Keisling's "Not for Public Release: a Nuclear Incident in Lock Haven", USA, received the Best Feature Award, and Swedish Filmmaker Marko Kattilakoski received the Short film Award for his movie Coffee Break (Fikapaus). "Leonids Story" by German film director Rainer Ludwigs and Ukrainian producer Tetyana Chernyavska received the Best Animated Film Award. Peter Greenaway’s outstanding experimental documentary "Atomic Bombs on the Planet Earth", that shows the insanity of over 2200 atomic bombs dropped on the planet Earth between 1945 and 1989, was honoured with the special achievement award “Hors Concours”. “Peter Greenaway, a multi-artist with more that 70 films produced is in a category in his own”, said Uranium Film Festival Judge João Luiz Leocádio, Nuclear Engineer and Professor for Cinema at Niteroi’s Univercity UFF (Universidade Federal Fluminense).
Further special achievement awards of the 2nd International Uranium Film Festival go to "Chernobyl, the Invisible Thief", by Christoph Boekel (Germany), "Buried in Earthskin", by Helena Kingwill (South Africa), "Australian Atomic Confessions", by Katherine Aigner (Australia), "Radioactive Wolves", by Klaus Feichtenberger (Austria), "The Secret and the Sacred: Two Worlds at Los Alamos" by Claus Biegert, (Germany) and "Rokkasho Rhapsody" by Hitomi Kamanaka (Japan).
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