1. Naoto Matsumara is the only resident living in the 20km exclusion zone around Fukushima nuclear power plant. He has refused the government's plea to leave his hometown of Tomioka as he vows to take care of the animals left behind. The high levels of radiation meant that all 16,000 residents were evacuated in 2011 when the earthquake caused a nuclear meltdown at the nearby power plant. Two years on, Naoto still vows to stay on.

    This film was shot undercover for Telegraph.co.uk.

    Directed, shot & edited by Glen Milner

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  2. Fairewinds discusses the risk to the US West Coast population from the ongoing releases from Fukushima Daiichi. Should we be worried about walking by or swimming in the Pacific? How safe are California’s beaches? What about eating Pacific seafood?
    blog.safecast.org/2014/01/radiation-on-california-beaches
    ianfairlie.org/news/the-linear-no-threshold-theory-of-radiation-risks/

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  3. 福島の子供たちが、放射能のため外で遊ぶことができない。
    彼らの夢と現実について。

    "Abita", animated short film about Fukushima children who can't play outside because of the radioactivity. About their dreams and realities.

    Kinder in Fukushima können auf Grund der radioaktiven Strahlung nicht mehr in der Natur spielen.
    Denn die Natur ist nicht dekontaminierbar.
    Dies ist nur eine Geschichte von 360.000 Kindern, die zu Hause bleiben und von ihrer Freiheit in der Natur träumen und die Wirklichkeit erleben.

    Graduation film by
    Shoko Hara und Paul Brenner,

    Sound Design and Music: Lorenz Schimpf

    Academics:
    Prof. Klaus Birk
    Alexander Hanowski
    Martin Hesselmeier

    DHBW Ravensburg, Media Design

    Awards:
    Best Animated Film, International Uranium Filmfestival, Rio de Janeiro, 2013
    Special Mention, Back-up Filmfestival, Weimar, 2013

    Upcoming Competitions:
    Eco-Filmtour, Potsdam, 2014 (nominated)

    Screenings:
    International Festival of Animated Film ITFS 2013, BW-Rolle
    Japanese Symposium, Bonn, 2013
    Nippon Connection, 2013
    International Uranium Filmfestival, Rio de Janeiro, 2013
    International Uranium Filmfestival, Munich, 2013
    International Uranium Filmfestival, New Mexico, 2013
    International Uranium Filmfestival, Arizona, 2013
    International Uranium Filmfestival, Washington DC, 2013
    International Uranium Filmfestival, New York City, 2013
    Back-up Filmfestival, Weimar, 2013
    Mediafestival, Tübingen, 2013
    zwergWERK - Oldenburg Short Film Days, 2013
    Konstanzer Filmfestspiele, 2013
    Green Citizen’s Action Alliance GCAA, Taipei, Taiwan, 2013
    Stuttgart Night, Cinema, 2013
    Yerevan, Armenien, ReAnimania, 2013
    Minshar for Art, The Israel Animation College, Tel Aviv, Israel, 2013
    IAD, Warschau, Gdansk, Wroclaw/Polen, 2013
    IAD (BW-Rolle, Best of IC, Best of TFK) Sofia, Bulgarien, 2013
    05. November 2013: Stuttgart Stadtbibliothek (BW-Rolle) , 2013
    PISAF Puchon, Southkorea, (BW-Rolle, Best of IC, Best of TFK) , 2013
    Freiburg, Trickfilm-Abend im Kommunalen Kino (BW-Rolle), Freiburg, 2013
    Zimbabwe, ZIMFAIA (BW-Rolle, Best of IC, Best of TFK), Zimbabwe, 2013
    18. Dezember 2013: Böblingen – Kunstverein Böblingen (BW-Rolle)
    21.-22. Dezember 2013: Schorndorf - Kino Kleine Fluchten (BW-Rolle, Best of IC, Best of TFK)
    Green Film Festival 2014, Screening, Seoul / Korea
    Kulturzentrum Rote Fabrik "Day of Fukushima", Zurich, Switzerland, 2014
    Verlassenschaften, Performances, Lesung und Filme zum 3. Jahrestag der Fukushima-Katastrophe, Munich, 2014

    Exhibitions:
    Video Art Exhibition, Theatre Museum, Taiwan, March 2014
    Echoes of Eco, Video Art Exhibition, February 2014, Sochi Winter Theatre, Russia
    IKIRU - Leben! – Exhibition, University Duisburg – Essen, 2014

    Upcoming Screenings:
    27. August 2014: Künzelsau - Galerie am Kocher (BW-Rolle)
    Movie Night for the anniversary of the Fukushima desaster,Zurich, 2014

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  4. The short film Coffee Break (swedish title Fikapaus) had world premiere at the KAN Film Festival in Wroclaw Poland April 19 2012.
    Director and screenwriter Marko Kattilakoski documented the journey with a Nikon Coolpix.
    More information about Coffee Break at:
    facebook.com/pages/COFFEE-BREAK-FIKAPAUS/240357142654169

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  5. 14 min - 16:9 - thriller/comedy - Director and screnwriter: Marko Kattilakoski
    Available subtitles: English, French, Portuguese, German and Polish.

    During a coffee break two men, wearing protective suits, are having a conversation about Chernobyl, Harrisburg, Forsmark and nuclear meltdowns. Back at work their lack of empathy makes them true professionals. And someone else becomes a victim.

    Produced by: Marko Kattilakoski & Daniel Morin. Music: Ronny Rasmusson. Editing & VFX: Daniel Morin. Camera: Daniel Morin & Agneta Morin. Sound Design: Daniel Morin. On set audio recording: Annelie Morin. Slate: Johan Karlsson. Lighting design: Daniel Morin. Light rigging: Daniel Morin, Johan Karlsson & Agneta Morin. Costume: Marko Kattilakoski.

    HILLEWOOD / Matchlock Film / Bad Day Productions

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