• Uiiac

    Clearly, nuclear power plants need uranium. Our aim is to comprehensively illustrate the opportunities and risks posed by nuclear energy, whilst paying particular attention to uranium mining. Australia has the world’s largest deposits of this resource.
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  • Auf Augenhöhe

    This documentary (11 min) shows five indigenous anti-uranium activists from Niger, Namibia and the USA sharing their stories and experience on uranium mining. Their message: "Leave uranium in the ground!"
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  • Tonnen Taucher

    An international filmproject, that shows alternatives to our "throw-away society". More >>


Look behind the scenes of our new documentary film project “Dumpster Divers” by reading our Dumpster Divers Blog.

(Deutsch) Tonnentaucher gewinnt beim Science Film Festival

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(Deutsch) Müllfilm im Multiplex

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(Deutsch) Tonnentaucher – Weltpremiere in Karelien

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Australian Aborigines need German “Energiewende”

The indigenous Mirarr community has struggled with the world’s second largest uranium mine for 30 years. Now the Mirarr need our support. Listen to Justin O’Brien who lives in close proximity to the Ranger uranium mine in Northern Australia.

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We make films – You screen ’em

“At Eye Level” and “Uranium – Is It a Country?” are the perfect tools to help you work against nuclear power and for renewable energies. The films are suitable for schools and universities, “going green” parties, conferences, seminars, demonstrations and rallies. More >>

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