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— August 12, 2007
Australia 2000, Year of Reconciliation: five hundred thousand people walk across the Sydney Harbour Bridge to support reconciliation between Indigenous and non-Indigenous Australians. In Central Australia Indigenous elder Kevin Buzzacott begins a 3060 kilometre walk carrying a sacred fire from Lake Eyre to Sydney. He leaves behind the original sacred fire at the Arabunna Going Home Peace Camp on the shores of Lake Eyre. Without his protection however those left to tend to the fire are soon the target of attempts by WMC Uranium mine to evict the camp. Walking the land he passes through Adnyamathanha country similarly threatened by mining interest. This is a journey into active reconciliation and genocide of people deeply connected to the protection of the land.
"Everything we should have known, but were never supposed to find out..."
Shut Them Down: No Uranium in Our Country
— June 19, 2008
In 2008 Franklin and Rob from Friends of the Earth Brisbane travelled to far north Queensland to speak to indigenous elders about their views on uranium mining and corporate desecration of their sovreign lands.
All That Glitters Is Not Gold
— December 08, 2008
Uranium mining is set to expand in Australia unless we actively oppose it. BHP Billiton wants approval to treble it's production at the Olympic Dam mine near Roxby Downs in South Australia, and plan for more uranium mines are underway in Australia.
— October 26, 2007
Uranium mining threatens Aboriginal culture and land rights at many sites across Australia. In this film, Traditional Owners speak out against the mining companies which bring sickness to the land. Uranium Dreaming tells the story of the industry almost nobody wants.
Uranium - is it a country? (German Version)
NUKING THE CLIMATE
— September 05, 2009
Eine Spurensuche nach der Herkunft von Atomstrom. Unser Dokumentarfilm zeigt, dass Atomstrom ein globales Produkt ist. Er informiert die NutzerInnen von Atomkraft hierzulande über die Risiken für Mensch und Umwelt, die beim Uranabbau woanders verursacht werden.
Uranium - is it a country?
NUKING THE CLIMATE
— September 07, 2009
In Europe nuclear energy is more and more often celebrated as saving the climate. Most nuclear power stations run on uranium. Our aim is to comprehensively illustrate the opportunities and risks posed by nuclear energy, whilst paying particular attention to uranium mining.
— September 21, 2007
Australia is on the verge of the largest expansion on its nuclear industry. Booting John Howard and the Liberal government out of office might not in itself be enough to stop all of it, but it would be a good start.
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