17', HD, Austria/USA, 2018
Forty years ago Austrians voted against opening a nuclear power plant that had already been built. Atomkraftwerk Zwentendorf is a monument to the power of public protest and the potential of a democratic vote.
Atomkraftwerk Zwentendorf premiered in New Visions at the San Francisco International Film Festival (2018) and internationally at the Festival International Jean Rouch, Musee de l’Homme, Paris. It was Winner of the Swedenborg Film Festival, London, curated by Gareth Evans and Nora Foster and judged by Chloe Aridjis (2019) and a Finalist in the Small Axe Competition of the Tolpuddle Radical Film Festival, Dorset, UK (2019).
Additional festival screenings include: (2020) Jaipur International Film Festival, Rajasthan, India; Vienna Shorts. (2019) AmDocs, Palm Springs, California; Athens International Film & Video Festival; Big Muddy, Carbondale, IL; Chicago Underground Film Festival; Collected Voices Ethnographic Film Festival, Chicago; Iowa City Docs; Life After Oil, Sardinia, Italy; New Haven Film Festival, Connecticut; Tehran International, Iran. (2018) International Film Festival, Cyprus; International Uranium Film Festival, Brasil; Kuala Lumpur Film Festival; Northampton Film Festival, Massachusetts; Tacoma International Film Festival, Washington.