Rio de Janeiro, by MM&P - The 4th International Uranium Film Festival (IUFF) has honored the 2014 award winners in a special ceremony at the Rio de Janeiro's Modern Art Museum Cinemateque. Five Yellow Oscars and eight Special Recognitions went to 13 “Atomic” documentaries and movies from 11 countries - Argentina, Brazil, Australia, Germany, Italy, Ireland, Japan, Poland, Turkey, UK and Ukraine.
Hailed as "The Atomic Cannes", the "year-long festival " kicks off in Rio showing ground breaking "atomic movies" about nuclear power, from uranium mining to nuclear waste, from Hiroshima to Fukushima. The awarded movies are now in their way to Berlin and Amman, Kingdom of Jordan where the IUFF 2014 will be landing in late September and December respectively.
"ATOMIC CANNES" has officially arrived in Rio. We are pleased to inform that the complete International Uranium Film Festival Rio 2014 PROGRAM is now available in english for press and audiences.
In a few days will start the IV International Uranium Film Festival Rio de Janeiro 2014. Between May 14th and 25th more than 60 movies, documentaries and animations from over 20 countries about nuclear power, uranium mining and radioactive risks (From Hiroshima to Fukushima) will screen in the Cinema of Rio's Modern Art Museum. Rio de Janeiro's Uranium Film Festival is the world's biggest showcase of eye opening films about nuclear energy. It's the "Atomic Cannes".
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The second edition of International Uranium Film Festival, India- 2014 has till now traveled to five cities with the top institutions of country like National institute of Design, Ahmedabad, St. Francis College for Women and Annapurna International School of Film and Media Hyderabad, School of communication, Manipal, Indian Institute of Science, Bangalore and Films Division, Mumbai. Apart from screening of excellent films, a photo exhibition by Ashish Birulee on Jadugoda was an important section of the festival.
The IUFF announces the first 10 nuclear movies selected for the 2014 edition, happening at the Modern Art Museum of Rio de Janeiro (MAM) from May 14th to May 24th.
We are glad to announce that the International Uranium Film Festival (IUFF) has arrived in India and shall continue until April 27th, 2014, showcasing program and Yellow Oscar winners from the 2013 Rio IUFF edition.
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