Tag: cold shutdown: Fukushima one year after

Prof. Marty Lucas’ film screening

Cold Shutdown: Fukushima One Year After, Prof. Marty Lucas’ recently completed doc is a visit with Fukushima citizens as they come together in the face of government indifference and ineffectuality to deal with the legacy of nuclear fallout from the Dai Ichi Disaster that still covers thousands of square miles of Japan. The half-hour film is playing at:

The Park Slope Food Coop
782 Union Street, Brooklyn, between 6th and 5th Aves.
Friday, November 2, at 7:00PM
Free screening, open to the public.

Prof. Lucas will be presenting the film.

Seeing Power Seeing: Two Films by Martin Lucas

The IMA/MFA Program, The IMA Development Fund and The Department of Film & Media Studies

Seeing Power Seeing: Two Films by Martin Lucas

Monday, May 7th @ 7PM
HN 502 Screening Room
North Building, Hunter College
695 Park Avenue, NYC
(Entrance on East 69th St. between Park and Lexington)

These two very different films (Cold Shutdown: Fukushima One Year After and Beyond Recognition), both look at the current state of the encounter between people and technology and ask how our lives are dictated (even dominated) by complex technologies, technologies that prioritize our lives while masking the games of profit and desire that they involve us while hiding the way that they force us to employ our own humanity in the service of dubious and ultimately sterile goals.

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