Social Concern

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    What about the Russians?

    Vintage film whch questions the arms race

    DVD 1983 26 Minutes

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    The Big If + Booom

    If only all the money now spent on weapons could be spent on food.

    DVD 1982 10 Minutes

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    Biography of an Atomic Veteran

    The experiences of a soldier viewing atomic bomb tests

    DVD 1982 22 Minutes

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    Blosh + Meanwhile on a Distant Planet

    Two short films made by World Disarmament Campaign

    DVD 1982 9 Minutes

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    Gods of Metal

    About the arms race and the people who are trying to stop it.

    DVD 1982 27 Minutes

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    In the King of Prussia

    Historical interest

    Peace activists took direct action against nuclear missiles - the “Ploughshares Eight”.

    DVD 1982 92 Minutes

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    The Price of Britain's Bomb

    Investigates the story of Polaris missiles, their successor, Trident.

    DVD 1982 26 Minutes

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    Prophecy

    Archive footage of America invading Japan, and the lives of some of the bomb victims.

    DVD 1982 41 Minutes

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    Four Minutes to Midnight

    Lemmings commit collective suicide. With nuclear weapons is the Human Race doing the same?

    DVD 1981 50 Minutes

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    Is It Me You Want to Kill?

    Swedish film about the arms race and the threat of nuclear war

    DVD 1981 55 Minutes

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