CAMPAIGN WITH THE WORLD DEVELOPMENT MOVEMENT (2012)Unpublished
A short video commissioned by the World Development Movement to showcase their network of local activists and the kind of campaigning activities they get up to. 9 mins.
FIFTY YEARS (2010)
An intense audio experience taking the audience on a journey through 50 years of incidents and accidents as reported at Sellafield, the UK's largest nuclear site. 3 mins.
10,000 years in the future, a warning rings out from the far-distant nuclear past. Stop-motion animation based on genuine US government research into how to warn future generations of the presence of radioactive waste. 2 mins.
A MODEST PROPOSAL (2009)
Poet Danny Chivers' casts a satirical eye over the choice of nuclear power as a solution to the problem of climate change. 4 mins.
IRANIAN URANIUM (2009)
Animated song taking a wry look at the Bush administration's attitudes to Iran's nuclear ambitions. Can civil nuclear power really be separated from nuclear weapons? 3 mins.
The behind-the-scenes story of former British Energy Secretary Tony Benn’s transformation from the nuclear industry’s political master, to one of its most passionate critics. 8 mins.
KINGSNORTH: A LOCAL ISSUE GOING GLOBAL (2008)Unpublished
Short film commissioned by the World Development Movement as part of their campaign against a proposed new coal power station at Kingsnorth in Kent. Voiced by Robert Newman. 15 mins.
The catalogue of errors, accidents and safety violations, including the accidental release of radioactive particles onto a local beach, at Dounreay power plant in the Scottish Highlands. 12 mins.
THE YELLOW MONSTER (2007)
Uncovering the devastating but largely ignored effects of decades of uranium mining for the nuclear industry on the Navajo people of New Mexico and Arizona. (Note: Only the trailer for The Yellow Monster is currently available online). 14 mins.
A IS FOR ATOM (8 mins)Unpublished
Original 1953 US government animation explaining how nuclear power works and what applications it might have in the future. Charming - and just a little bit scary!