As plans go ahead for the UK’s first new nuclear plant in twenty years, DocHouse is delighted to announce an unmissable day of documentaries and discussions taking an in depth look at the pressing question of nuclear energy.
We felt that the event, which is incredibly pertinent since the announcement of the first nuclear plant in a generation, may be of interest as it is being held at the Ritzy Cinema in BRIXTON.
Despite meltdowns and mountains of radioactive waste, could nuclear really save the planet?
Saturday 16th November from 12pm at the Ritzy Cinema (Brixton) will see six documentaries from different points of view and four international directors in discussion on the pros and cons of one of the most potent forms of energy on the planet. Highlights include Oscar-nominated director and former anti-nuclear campaigner Robert Stone’s controversial PANDORA’S PROMISE, which meets the energy experts who have undergone the most radical of turn-about in opinion, as well as a rare chance to see Adam Curtis’ A IS FOR ATOM. Information below and full programme attached.
All screenings are individually priced but day tickets are also available for £20 (£18 conc), this includes all films AND our closing night panel! To take advantage of this offer, call the Ritzy Box office (0871 902 5739) or visit in person and buy all three tickets in one purchase. More information HERE.