Never More! Hiroshima-Fukushima, ausin sainz

New collection of art films and videos on the topic of “Never More! – Hiroshima-Fukushima
The open call for 2015 has the deadline 22 December 2015



























6 August 2015
70 Years Hiroshima – and a never ending collective trauma.
That we did not learn from history showed the nuclear desaster of Fukushima on 11 March 2011.
CTF – Collective Trauma Film Collections
is looking for audio-visual works dealing with the topic of the nuclear desasters of Hiroshima and/or Fukushima and the perspectives for mankind.
The 70th return of bombing Hiroshima and Nagasaki is again and again an appeal to stop using the uncoltrollable nuclear power and its desastrous effects on human existance,
but much more also an appeal to Peace and the renouncement of violence for resolving international conflicts.
Hiroshima and Fukushima are representing symbols that it is not yet too late to rethink and stop and give mankind and humanity a chance to survive.
CTF – Collective Trauma Film Collection
is inviting video and filmmakers all over the world to join and submit and appeal to the world “Never More – Hiroshima-Fukushima”
http://netex.nmartproject.net/?p=6333
Selected works
Nico Winz (France) – Fukushima Beach, 2014, 5:25
Nico Winz (France) – Irradiated, 2015, 3:03
Lisi Prada (Spain) – Over red grass, 2015, 5:00
Mark Kadota USA) – “Persistence of Emotion”, 2015, 9:55
Filip Gabriel Pudło (Poland) – Operation Castle, 2013, 4.20, 10:00
Jean Gabriel Periot (France) – Nijuman no borei , 2008, 7.30
Brandon Bauer (USA) – AN602: Tsar Bomba, 2014, 03:21
Paribartana Mohanty (India) – – The Miniaturist, 2015, 12: 44
Mengyu Chen ( USA) – Simulacra, 2013, 2:20
Kenji Kojima (Japan/USA) – Composition FUKUSHIMA 2011, 2014, 10:00
Ausin Sainz (Spain) – STRESS SOCIETY, 2015, 02:35


Maria Korporal (Netherlands) – Underwater Desert, 2015, 2:35
Lin Li (HK) – Shadows, , 2015, 1 min 47 sec
Maureen Bachaus (Netherlands) – Happiness, 2015, 2:36
Paul Turano (USA) – Fallout, 2013, 4:30
Jeroen Cluckers (Belgium) – Oneiria, 2014, 3’52”