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Anti-nuclear

anti-nuclear3.jpgAs producers of the first protest film against nuclear weapons, March to Aldermaston, narrated by Lindsey Anderson, Contemporary Films has continued over the years to amass footage covering the Committee for Nuclear Disarmament, the horrific documentary footage of anti-nuclear4.jpgHiroshima and Nagasaki after the dropping of the first A-bombs (Shadow of Hiroshima) as well as other scenes of protest – poetry readings, demonstrations.
One of our most successful documentaries was the powerful and emotional film from the women’s peace camp at Greenham Common made by two young unknown women film makers, Beeban Kidron and Amanda Richardson, Carry Greenham Home which sold to almost all countries around the globe.

 

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Hiroshima

Nagasaki

Police and army arrive

country of origin: United Kingdom

Confrontation between delegates and anti-marchers

country of origin: Japan

Marchers reading, eating, dancing, talking, smoking, soaking feet, sleeping

country of origin: United Kingdom

Women walk along with lots of banners sewn together

country of origin: United Kingdom

10,000 delegates gather by peace memorial

country of origin: Japan

Treating burns

country of origin: Japan

Pete Brown recites a poem, Chelsea Town Hall, 1981

country of origin: United Kingdom

Association of paper making cranes

country of origin: Japan

Green flag given to delegates' leader

country of origin: Japan

Bomb victims, including children, in hospital beds

country of origin: Japan

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