Monday, November 15, 2010

Brazil film fest seeks Native entries on uranium

Call for Entries - Uranium Film Festival 2011 in Rio de Janeiro
The 1st International Uranium Film Festival - URÂNIO EM MOVI(E)MENTO - has announced its “call for entries” to filmmakers and film directors from around the world. The festival will held in Rio de Janeiro and São Paulo 21st - 28th May and 2nd - 9th June 2011. URÂNIO EM MOVI(E)MENTO is Latin America´s first film festival to highlight nuclear and radioactive issues. It is an annual event with 2 international competitions.
The Festival accepts all independent short films (15 - 40 Min) and feature films (41 - 120 Min) about the whole nuclear fuel cycle. The films (shorts, features, documentaries, movies) could be about nuclear energy in general, about nuclear waste or about uranium prospecting, uranium exploration, uranium mining, or about nuclear transport, about nuclear and radioactive dangers or about people and environment affected by nuclear projects or radioactive elements in general. Movies, videos, films of all production dates are accepted. Film makers and film directors should send entries with the completed application form. Preview DVD must arrive until January 20th 2011. For further information and to download the application form visit our website:, or send an Email to are no Submission fees. Deadline: DVD must arrive until January 20th 2011.
Send Entry Form and DVD with your film to
c/o Márcia Gomes de Oliveira
Rua Monte Alegre 356 - Apt. 301
Rio de Janeiro / RJ


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