From documentary to animation, we sponsor movies made by young people to raise awareness and inspire conversation about nuclear technologies, including nuclear weapons, nuclear energy and nuclear proliferation. Happy viewing!
A kind-hearted puppy lost in a post-apocalyptic world encounters a village of human survivors that are being tormented by a radioactive creature. The Little Puppy, is a stop-motion animation based on the popular story by Martin Amis.
Between 1946 and 1958, the United States tested 67 nuclear weapons on a tiny island nation. The people and the land were exposed to dangerous levels of radiation and the effects still linger to this day, some almost too intricate and far-reaching to believe. The K=1 Project visited the island of Ebeye and talked to the people of the islands to learn about how these events affect their culture and health even to this day.