Film screening "Fat Man and Little Boy" January 23, 2021 at 7:30pm - 9:30pm Darwin Alice Springs Cinema Todd Plaza 11 Todd St Alice Springs, NT 0871 Australia Contact person: Alice Springs Peace Action Think Tank (ICAN Partner) and the Independent and Peaceful Australia Network
Cost: $15 per person (cash only) includes complimentary drink on arrival (Light refreshments will be provided after the movie).
On 22 January 2021 the United Nations Treaty on the Prohibition of Nuclear Weapons enters into force, meaning nuclear weapons become illegal under international law. This film details the Manhattan Project, the secret endeavour during World War 11 to develop the first nuclear weapons. The film is named after “Little Boy” and "Fat Man” the two bombs dropped on Hiroshima and Nagasaki.
A short video of Karina Lester - Yankuntjatjara/Pitjantjatjara Second Generation Nuclear Survivor - will precede the film.
Tickets available at the door (If you can indicate if you are coming that will assist our planning). COVID-19 Safe Practices will be in place. Please do not attend if unwell.
Enquiries to Jonathan - 0403 611 815 or [email protected]
Brought to you by the Alice Springs Peace Action Think Tank (ICAN Partner) and the Independent and Peaceful Australia Network