Atomic Film Festival
The Los Alamos History Museum Atomic Film Festival (AFF) presents a variety of films produced locally and globally that speak to the reality and complexity of human experiences. The Atomic Film Festival series explores multiple perspectives on the cultural legacy and human impact of the atomic bomb for a diversity of audiences interested in a range of nuclear-themed subjects that include scientific achievements, ethical and moral dilemmas, weapons testing, non-proliferation, survivor testimonies, and scientist oral histories among other topics. It is our expectation that the Atomic Film Festival series will bring together film goers from various communities in and around Los Alamos to learn from each other through thought provoking cinema and meaningful post-film discussions. For more information, please contact Museum Director, Judith Stauber at email@example.com
All films are held at 7pm in Fuller Lodge. All films are FREE, seating is limited, arrive early.