Hiroshima Day film screening
- Date: 28 July 2012
- Time: 3pm
- Venue: University of Technology Sydney, 15 Broadway, Ultimo Building 2, Level 4
Ashes to Honey. Directed by Hitomi Kamanaka.
The documentary follows the residents of Iwai Island who are faced with plans to build a nuclear power plant in Kaminoseki, Yamaguchi-ken, directly across the sea from their island. There are rare and endangered species near the proposed building site. It also examines Swedish efforts to build a sustainable society based on local, self-sufficient energy sources. The documentary demonstrates the importance of balancing nature and energy supply.
Beating the Bomb
A story about the biggest weapons of mass destruction ever created, the people who use them and, more importantly, the people who fight them. 'Beating the Bomb' charts the history of the British peace movement against the backdrop of the atomic age. The film also frames the nuclear weapons issue within the wider context of global justice. Hiroshima Never Again! Stop Militarisation NOW