When the Cold War escalated in 1965, the federal government posted over 1000 fallout shelter signs on buildings across DC to mark potential safe havens in case of nuclear attack. Today, less than 100 signs remain. "Atomic America" explores whether these signs are worth preserving, and analyzes how memories of the Cold War influence our outlook on international threats today.
Jack Miossi: Director of Videography
Jen Bisgaier: Producer
Mary Bacon: Co-Producer and Co-Director of Videography
Lacey Henry: Writer
Jillian Carter: Editor