Nuclear Savage: The Islands of Secret Project 4.1
Directed by Horovitz, Adam J.
Length: 56 mins
"Featuring recently declassified U.S. government documents, survivor testimony, and unseen archival footage, Nuclear Savage uncovers one of the most troubling chapters in modern American history: how Marshall islanders, considered an uncivilized culture, were deliberately used as human guinea pigs to study the effects of nuclear fallout on human beings. Between 1946 and 1958 the United States tested 67 nuclear weapons above ground on or near Bikini and Enewetok atolls."
Radio Bikini: The Most Terrifying and Unbelievable Story of the Nuclear Age
Directed by Stone, Robert
Length: 56 mins
"The testing by the United States of two atomic bombs in July, 1946 on Bikini Atoll under the code name Operation Crossroads. Featured are original film clips and radio reports, plus current interviews with Kilon Bauno, chief of the Bikinians, and John Smitherman, veteran of the tests."
Silent Bombs: All for the Motherland
Directed by Gerald Sperling
Length: 43 mins
"In the remote region of Semipalatinsk in North-Eastern Kazakhstan live the victims of hundreds of Soviet nuclear tests carried out from 1949 through 1989. From 1949 to 1989 the Soviet Union exploded 500 nuclear bombs in northeastern Kazakhstan. 200,000 villagers loving close to the test site were exposed to high levels of radiation. Deliberately unprotected from the explosions, they were treated as human guinea pigs, instruments of study in the event the cold war turned 'hot'."
Somba Ke: The Money Place
Directed by Henningson, David
Length: 55 mins
"In the 1940s, the uranium for the Manhattan Project was secretly supplied from a mine in the Canadian Arctic. At the time, no one knew what the effects of uranium in any of its forms would be on human life. Mined by indigenous people, there was little attention given to the fact that many in the community later sickened and died from various cancers. In addition, a valuable source of fresh water became contaminated. This groundbreaking documentary travels to the Arctic, New Mexico, Shanghai, Hiroshima and New York City to follow the multi-million dollar investigation into the effects on those who were witnesses to the very dawn of the atomic age."
Village of Widows: the story of the Sahtu Dene and the atomic bomb
Directed by Blow, Peter
Length: 52 mins
"The world's first uranium mine was located on Great Bear Lake in the Northwest Territories. Village of widows chronicles the plight of the Sahtu Dene village of Deline, where all but four of the elders who worked as "coolies" during the Second World War, transporting uranium ore south in gunnysacks, have died of radiation-related cancer."