another one for the diary

Along with the Human Sign project at Sandringham, there is also another important event on the 22nd of April. The Coalition for Peace and Justice Presents two time academy award nominee David Bradbury’s:

“Traversing five countries – China, France, UK, Japan and Australia – and using what Bradbury learnt from his previous three nuclear documentaries (Public Enemy Number One, Jabiluka and Blowin’ in the Wind), A Hard Rain takes a closer look at the global nuclear industry in its entirety – from the mining of uranium through to the nuclear power plant to the radioactive waste and weapons manufacturing. It exposes the hidden agendas behind this latest push for Australia to go nuclear.”

when: 2pm Sunday 22nd April
where: Australian Centre for the Moving Image (ACMI)
Federation Square

The film is released officially on April 13 – David has worked around the clock to get the film ready before the April ALP conference where a critical vote will be held to determine the future of Uranium Mining in this country. For more information about the documentary and details about getting a free 20 min cut of the tape see here.