Screening: The Ultimate Wish – Ending Nuclear Age

Monday March 11th 7:30pm (doors open at 7pm)

At Anthology Film Archives 32 2nd Avenue (at 2nd St) NYC [MAP]

Anthology Film Archives is located two blocks from F Train 2nd Avenue Station.

$10 Adults | $5 Students & Seniors (Tickets are available at box office 30 minutes prior to the screening.)



A very special screening on the 2nd anniversary of Tohoku earthquake that triggered the ongoing Fukushima Nuclear Disaster. Following the film, we will be joined by guest speakers for a discussion and Q&A.


THE ULTIMATE WISH: Ending the Nuclear Age

2012 | 39 min. | USA | Directed by Robert Richter | Produced by Kathleen Sullivan

The Ultimate Wish focuses on the moving, unforgettable stories of Nagasaki and Fukushima survivors. Their stories are interlaced with expert commentary illuminating the largely unrecognized connection between nuclear weapons and nuclear power plants. Archival footage, some of it shocking and disturbing, puts their comments in riveting context. The documentary raises profound questions about war, technological failure, the courage to survive and the importance of taking positive actions to prevent future nuclear disasters. For more info & ordering:

Co-sponsored by Hibakusha Stories, NIRS, PSR-NYC, Todos Somos Japon, the Manhattan Project and PeaceBoat


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Exchanging Thoughts Since 3.11 Great Eastern Earthquake & Tokyo Electric Power's Fukushima Nuclear Crisis

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