Toward a Nuclear-Free World
In the last few years a new peace movement has emerged in the United States, almost unnoticed in Europe. On the 19th of January 2008 prominent former US-ministers like former Secretary of State George Shultz and Henry Kissinger published a letter in the Wallstreet Journal, a plea up to now more highly reputed US-politicians have joined. Now Politicians and nuclear scientists as well as a broad interfaith movement support the vision toward a world free of nuclear weapons.
The documentary reveals that twenty years after the end of the cold war the possibility for a nuclear catastrophy is even more probable as in those days. There is much to be done for President Barak Obama.
Commissioned by WDR
World Sales: united docs
Written and directed by: Heinz Greuling // camera: Steffen Bohn // sound: Thomas Keller // film editor: Jan Wilm Schmülling // music: Thomas Wolter // production manager: Oliver Gontram // executive producer: Thomas Weidenbach // commissioning editors: Johanna Holzhauer, Andrea Ernst, Birgit Keller-Reddemann, produced by LÄNGENGRAD Filmproduktion
Running time: 30 min, 45 min
- Gold-Award Worldmediafestival, Hamburg/Germany
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