Wednesday, June 1, 2016

Radiation Filters (A film) presented by Greenpeace in San Diego THURSDAY 6/2/16 7:30 pm

Hosted by Minea L. Herwitz
Thursday, June 2 at 7:30 PM in PDT
3320 Kemper St, Suite 206 San Diego, CA 92110


Thursday June 2nd at 7:30pm, come see the film and meet the filmmakers as they share their nuclear love story with San Diego, hosted by Greenpeace!

Minea and Oliver, the creators, actors, and filmmakers behind Radiation Filters, have been traveling from their home in San Francisco down the coast of California, screening their first feature film that looks at the energy behind nuclear power. It's a comedic, romantic fictional tale woven into real life documentation of the nuclear situation in California and in the wake of Japan's nuclear meltdown. The film is an experience like no other, and the filmmakers will be at the screening in person to discuss their approach with the film and their last two years' experience exploring the world of nuclear energy at home and abroad. This film will make you look at your own power (both on your electric bill and in your heart), and at the energy that you are radiating out into the world.


"It's not just in the air . . . "

INVITE YOUR FRIENDS, we are excited to meet them!



Ace Hoffman
Author, The Code Killers:
An Expose of the Nuclear Industry
Free download:
Carlsbad, CA
Email: ace [at]


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