This series is part of the exhibit RadioActivity! Anti-nuclear Movements from Three Mile Island to Fukushima, a collaboration between Interference Archive and Todos Somos Japon that runs until November 4. These movies highlight feminist resistance, direct action, and the creative interventions of collectives in the anti-nuke movement.
October 18, 2012, 7:30 pm
Stronger Than Before (27 min., dir. Boston Women’s Video Collective, 1983)
A documentary of the Women’s Encampment for a Future of Peace and Justice, when thousands of women rallied against the scheduled shipment of nuclear missiles from the Seneca Army Depot.
KI-AI 100 (100 Cheers) (5 min., dir. Chim↑Pom, 2011)
Members of the artist collective Chim↑Pom channel the power of survival through group cheers with people living in the disaster-stricken Soma City who have taken on relief efforts themselves.
LEVEL7 feat. Myth of Tomorrow (5 min., dir. Chim↑Pom, 2011)
A guerrilla art action to update Okamoto Tarô’s iconic mural of the bombing of Hiroshima and Nagasaki, Myth of Tomorrow, with imagery of Fukushima.
Real Times (11 min., dir. Chim↑Pom, 2011)
Donning hazmat suits, Chim↑Pom heads to the Fukushima plant and former sunrise viewpoint, where they paint a modified Japanese flag.