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Even without using the Fukushima example, the rising number of earthquakes hitting the Korean peninsula has forced us to realize we are no longer safe from the terrors of nuclear disaster.Regardless, Korea boasts the highest nuclear plant density in the world. In this section, 4 films raisingissues on the policies and visions we need in responding to the threatening claims that use political,economic and military efficiency as a means to justify nuclear energy or weapons will be showcased.

The Bomb is a multimedia project that montages various nuclear power images historically usedaround the world to raise awareness to the threats of nuclear power without making any specificclaims. Other works include, candid accounts from residents who returned to Fukushima after allcameras evacuated in The Lost Village, a search for the secrets to the disastrous nuclear explosionthreat in 1980 at the world’s largest nuclear missile base in the U.S. in Command and Control, and adisaster film which attracted 5 million in the local box office in 2016, which attempted to destroy themyth of a safe nuclear power in Pandora will be showcased.

Post-Nuclear

The Bombl핵의 향연

  • Director : Smriti KESHARI, Eric SCHLOSSER, Kevin FORD
  • Nation : USA
  • Year : 2016
  • Running Time : 61min
  • Genre : Documentary

Screening Schedule

Date Time Venue Ratings Subtitles GT
2017-05-21 14:30 MM2
2017-05-24 17:00 MM2

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-Synopsis

The Bomb is a groundbreaking multimedia project that immerses you in the strange, compelling and unsettling reality of nuclear weapons. The film will be projected with the score of The Acid being played as background music. The Bomb exists at the intersection of art, politics, and technology.

-Program Note

We are now confronted with a world in which nine nations possess about 15,000 nuclear weapons. Many of the weapons in the American arsenal are roughly 20 times more powerful than the bomb detonated at Hiroshima. The Bomb places the viewer in the middle of the story of nuclear weapons -the most dangerous machines ever built -from the Trinity Test in 1945 to the current state of nuclear weapons in 2017. It will explore the culture surrounding nuclear weapons, the fascination they inspire, and the perverse appeal they still exert. It will convey the impossibility of controlling this technology. The Bomb is about the immense power of nuclear weapons, the missiles and bombers built to carry them, the practice of denial and secrecy that perpetuates them, the profound death wish at the very heart of them. The Bomb is comprised of archival footage, animation, text and music. The projected images and stories will be non-linear, big, memorable, and inescapable.

- Director
Smriti KESHARI, Eric SCHLOSSER, Kevin FORD
Smriti KESHARI, Eric SCHLOSSER, Kevin FORD

KESHARI explores under-represented perspectives and stories outside the mainstream. SCHLOSSER is a writer whose work has been published in dozens of countries. His recent book Command and Control deals with the danger of nuclear weapons. FORD is a filmmaker who has directed independent feature films and documentaries.

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