Los Alamos History Museum Atomic Film Festival
Films are free and presented in Fuller Lodge at 7pm.

Generally presented bimonthly, the Los Alamos History Museum features a range of thought-provoking cinema produced locally and globally. The ongoing Atomic Film Festival's selected films explore multiple perspectives on the cultural legacy and human impact of the atomic bomb for a diversity of audiences. Topics feature a range of nuclear-themed subjects that include scientific achievements, ethical and moral dilemmas, weapons testing, non-proliferation, survivor testimonies, and scientist-presented histories. The Atomic Film Festival invites filmgoers from various communities in and around Los Alamos to attend the films and stay to engage in meaningful post-film discussions. For more information, contact .

NOTE: 2017 Season to be announced.

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