International Anti-nuclear Network Meeting December 2008 in Frankfurt/Main / Film: Deadly Cargo

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Announcement:

Film: Deadly Cargo

showed on 01/01/09

Deadly Cargo is a film by the award winning video activist collective Camcorder Guerillas and can now be seen at venues around the country.

The film uncovers how fully assembled Trident nuclear warheads are transported on public roads in secret convoys, passing large centres of population such as Oxford, Birmingham, Manchester, Newcastle, Edinburgh and Glasgow on their journey between AWE Burghfield in Berkshire and RNAD Coulport in western Scotland.

Interviewing grassroots activists, environmental journalists, international disarmament experts and local authorities about the dangers and illegalities of this deadly cargo, the Camcorder Guerillas offer an insight into an issue usually well hidden from the public.

Find out how ordinary citizens in the Nukewatch network track and campaign against the convoy and its deadly cargo – and how you can help put an end to this nuclear madness.

We will show this film on January 1, 2009, at 10:00 pm in the Cinema Room. It's a collection of short films, altogether some 40 minutes elapsed time.