ICAN Premier Film Screening ‘Atomic Mom’

ICAN Australia is pleased to announce a fundraiser screening of the movie Atomic Mom at ACMI Cinemas in Melbourne’s Federation Square on Monday June 20 as part of our global Nuclear Abolition Day activities.

International Campaign to Abolish Nuclear Weapons
ICAN Film Premiere
Atomic Mom

Time: Monday June 20, 7.00pm
Place: ACMI Cinema, Federation Square Melbourne
Cost: $20/$12 per ticket

Atomic Mom, a feature length documentary by M.T. Silvia, tells the story of two lives, two mothers, affected by the atom bomb – that of a scientist involved in the post-war development and testing of the bomb and the one on whom it was unleashed.

Atomic Mom holds out hope in a world torn with conflict. As two women whose lives have been altered in unimaginable ways clear the clouds of distrust and anger and open their hearts to reconciliation – they provide hope for a better future for all of us.

Click HERE to view a trailer of the movie.

We’d love to see you there – its a beautiful and inspiring movie and we are proud to have been offered the Australian premier as part of Nuclear Abolition Day 2011.

Please invite as many friends and colleagues as possible to help make this screening a successful one.

To book your tickets click HERE

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