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Bye Bye Blue Sky

DVC PRO, HD & HDV - 2011 - United Kingdom - 91 min - Color

Bye Bye Blue Sky

Bye Bye Blue Sky (original title)


A film by Patrick Pasin

For more than 20 years, people all over the world, first in the USA and Canada, have noticed strange persistent trails in the sky done by airplanes. In the meantime, people are more and more ill (multiple sclerosis, alzheimer, cancer, autism, etc. and new diseases like Morgellons appear). The situation is the same with the trees and the plants, and also animals. Is there a link? Are there in the sky illegal sprayings of metallic particles (barium, aluminum, lithium...) and virological agents which are responsible of it? For which purpose? By who?

The military, the scientists, the governments keep replying that everything is normal and they do not do such things. Is it so sure? This documentary proves the contrary. Some information it reveals has since even been deleted by a foreign army.

To answer these questions, many people have been interviewed: scientists, politicians, activists, pilot...

A travel from North America to Europe, from Africa to Asia. One thing is sure: now you will look at the sky!




Nuclear Nation

HD - 2012 - Japan - 145min - Color

Nuclear Nation

Nuclear Nation (original title)


A film by Atsushi Funahashi

A documentary about the exile of Futaba's residents, the region housing the crippled Fukushima Daiichi nuclear power plant.

The day after the magnitude 9.0 earthquake on March 11, 2011, Futaba locals heard the hydrogen explosion at Reactor Number 1 and were showered with nuclear fallout. In response, the Japanese government designated the whole town as an "exclusion zone" and 1,400 of the town's residents fled to an abandoned high school 250 kilometers away. The entire community, including the Town Hall office, was moved into the four-story building, making the residents nuclear refugees.

The film portrays the evacuees as the nuclear disaster situation changes over time.