A haunting look at the future of radioactive waste

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"Into Eternity" – A haunting look at the future of radioactive waste

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Into Eternity, is a mind-bending film that explores the utter impossibility of storing nuclear waste for 100,000  – or even one million – years. It is, on the one hand, a documentary about the Onkalo storage facility presently under construction in Finland, and on the other hand, a startlingly beautiful work of art and an urgent provocation that ponders the question of who – or what – will remain on this earth when that time frame has elapsed.

Beyond Nuclear is proud to announce that we are the non-theatrical NGO distributor of Into Eternity, hailed by the San Francisco Chronicle as “a rare hybrid: an information-packed documentary crossed with an existential art film . . .  one of the most provocative movies of the year.”

We invite you to collaborate with us – and our partner, Specialty Studios – to screen this important film in your community – whether at a house party or at a larger public venue. Please log on here to learn more about screening the film and the resources available to you. Please also contact us directly at info@beyondnuclear.org, to let us know you will be showing the film, so that we can provide you with our materials, any talking points needed and, if desired and feasible, a speaker.

As The Guardian critic, Peter Bradshaw asks: “Why isn't every government, every philosopher, every theologian, everywhere in the world discussing Onkalo and its implications?"

Thanks for taking action. And please also consider making a donation to Beyond Nuclear today. Your support will help us build a grassroots movement to close dangerous nuclear plants and create a safe energy future for our children.

Thank you for working with us for a nuclear-free world.


The Beyond Nuclear Team


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