International Anti-nuclear Network Meeting December 2008 in Frankfurt/Main / Film: Genie In A Bottle Unleashed
Film: Genie In A Bottle Unleashed
With insight and a creative new voice, two Chicago-area 13-year olds, Stephen Sotor and Trace Gaynor, have written, edited and produced Genie In A Bottle Unleashed, a film that explores the history and consequences of the development of the atomic bomb.
From the secrets of the Manhattan Project through the horrific devastation at Hiroshima and Nagasaki - these two 7th graders lead a new generation through our nuclear history; along the way they manage to interview Nobel prize winning scientists, the creator of the "Doomsday Clock," the mayor of Hiroshima and even a Hiroshima 7th grader about the legacy of the atomic bomb. Even more creatively, they also track down the proverbial "Genie" to find out why he has created such havoc. Screened at the United Nations, this 15-minute gem received a standing ovation.
We will show this film, which was distributed by the European Youth Network for Nuclear Disarmament, on December 29, 2008, at 10:00 pm in the Cinema Room. It's a collection of short films, altogether some 60 minutes elapsed time.