CHERNOBYL FILM FESTIVAL In Pune India/インド・マハラシュトラ州プネーで、フクシマ・ネヴァー・アゲインの上映会

CHERNOBYL FILM FESTIVAL In Pune India by Lokayat-Fukushima Never Again
On the occasion of the 26th anniversary of the Chernobyl Nuclear DIsaster, Lokayat organises a film festival in memory of the more than 10 lakh people who have died so far due to the catastrophe. The program details are/ Lokayatはチェルノブイリ原発事故で命を落とした、少なくとも10万人の人々を悼み、事故から26年の日にインドで映画祭を開催します。:

Chernobyl Film Festival チェルノブイリ映画祭

Films to be screened/上映作品:
1. Chernobyl Heart/ チェルノブイリ・ハート
Duration 39 mins Director Maryann DeLeo

2. Fukushima Never Again/ フクシマ・ネヴァー・アゲイン
Duration 60 mins Director Steve Zeltzer, Kazmi Torii, Labor Video Project
Date:   Saturday, April 28, 2012
Time: 6 pm to 8.30 pm

Venue/ 会場: Lokayat Hall, Opp. Syndicate Bank, Law College Road, Near Nal Stop, Pune – 4

The films would be briefly translated into Hindi for those unable to follow the English. The films would be followed by a discussion.  All are invited. Entry is free. 基本言語は英語ですが、部分的にヒンドゥ語の字幕が付いています。上映後にディスカッションがあります。

Trailer:

“Fukushima, Never Again” tells the story of the Fukushima nuclear plant meltdowns in northeast Japan in March of 2011 and exposes the cover-up by TEPCO and the Japanese government. This is the first film that shown in the United States that interviews the mothers of Fukushima, nuclear power experts and trade unionists who are fighting for justice and the protection of the children and the people of Japan and the world. The residents and citizens were forced to buy their own geiger counters and radiation dosimeters in order to test their communities to find out if they were in danger. The government said contaminated soil in children’s school grounds was safe and then when the people found out it was contaminated and removed the topsoil, the government and TEPCO refused to remove it from the school grounds. It also relays how the nuclear energy program for “peaceful atoms” was brought to Japan under the auspices of the US military occupation. It also looks at the criminal cover-up of the safety dangers of the plant by TEPCO and GE management, which built the plant in Fukushima. Included is an interview with Kei Sugaoka, the GE nuclear plant inspector from the bay area who exposed cover-ups in the safety at the Fukushima plant and was retaliated against by GE.

This documentary allows the voices of the people and workers to speak out about the reality of the disaster and what this means not only for the people of Japan but the people of the world as the US government and nuclear industry continue to push for more new plants and government subsidies. This film breaks the information blockade story line of the corporate media in Japan, the US and around the world that Fukushima is over. http://www.fukushimaneveragain.com/

『フクシマ・ネヴァー・アゲイン』

この映画は、2011年東北・関東大震災によって引き起こされた福島第一原発事故にまつわる物語を、そして東電、日本政府による隠蔽を明らかにするもので ある。映画の中でフクシマの母親たち、原子力の専門家、労働組合員など、そして日本や世界の子どもや人々を守るために戦っている人にインタビューを重ね た。

住民や市民たちは、自前でガイガーカウンターや線量計で、自分たちのコミュニティーがどのぐらい危ない状態なのか測り始めた。政府は子どもたちの遊ぶ校庭 は安全だと発表したが、人々は土を測り、汚染された表面を取り除く除染作業を行った。東電と政府が除染作業を行うことを拒否したからだ。

また、「核の平和利用」として始まった原子力政策が、東電やGE(この二社は福島第一発電所の建設に携わった)などの産業による管理と安全問題の隠蔽を続け、米占領軍の庇護を受けながら、どのようにして日本に持ち込まれたかという点も、追求する。

このドキュメンタリーは、原発震災のリアリティーについて、人々や労働者が本当に感じていることを伝えるものだ。そして、日本にいる人々にとってだけでな く、世界中の人々にとっても、今米国政府や原子力産業がさらに新しい原子力発電所に国の助成金をおとそうとしているような状況の中で、考えなければならな い問題を描いている。そして、「フクシマは終った」と日本、アメリカ、そして世界の大手メディアが私たちの目と耳、口封じに、真っ向から立ち向かうもので ある。

http://www.fukushimaneveragain.com/

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One Response to “CHERNOBYL FILM FESTIVAL In Pune India/インド・マハラシュトラ州プネーで、フクシマ・ネヴァー・アゲインの上映会”
  1. David says:

    another related film: Michel Montecrossa’s new release ‘Nuclear Power Saves Up To Threat Level 7′, a New-Topical-Song for the Chernobyl Anniversary and no end of
    radioactivity in a world with constantly growing contamination emanating
    from always more nuclear plants.

    Video ‘Nuclear Power Saves Up To Threat Level 7‘:
    http://vimeo.com/41134964

    Michel Montecrossa (MichelMontecrossa.com) says:
    “’Nuclear Power Saves Up To Threat Level 7′ is a song of warning. Today
    we live in a world with no end of radioactivity and in a world with
    constantly growing contamination emanating from always more nuclear
    plants. ‘Nuclear Power Saves Up To Threat Level 7′ is triggered by the
    Chernobyl Disaster Anniversary and the fact that we are not able to
    handle our energy problems unless we find the way to achieving Human
    Unity and the realization of the United States of Planet Earth. It is
    the united effort of all humanity in a global union, free of borders
    that can find a new way for producing and distributing energy without
    endangering our life and the life and climate of the Earth.”

    SONG LYRICS

    NUCLEAR POWER SAVES UP TO THREAT LEVEL 7
    Nuclear power worldwide saves the / equivalent of about 500 million tons
    of coal.
    Tougher controls on / polluting industries and a / strengthened
    pollution / inspectorate to / enforce them are to be / brought in by
    the / government under its ‘green bill’ / published yesterday, oho,
    yesterday.
    Yes, nuclear power worldwide saves the / equivalent of about 500 million
    tons of coal and leads to
    a poisoned environment and up to / threat level 7, / to dangerous and
    frightening / lawless places, / to economy breakdown and to / rising
    food prices and / medicine prices beyond control. / You may scream: “No
    way! That’s a non-starter! / Nuclear disasters also lead to no water!”
    Nuclear power worldwide saves / the equivalent of about 500 million tons
    of coal. / And that is a great thing
    indeed, oh Lord, / especially when no one will be / there any more. Any
    more …
    Lyrics & Music: Michel Montecrossa, © Mira Sound Germany

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