Atomic Age Cinema Fest - Katharine "Kat" Kramer Attends, Presents, And Receives An Award


Lily Tomlin, Dr. Helen Caldicott, and Katharine Kat Kramer

Katharine "Kat" Kramer's production company, "Films That Change The World," is one of the Atomic Age Cinema Festival sponsors. Kramer will be attending the festival and viewing the documentary: The Man Who Saved The World, and the Film: Final Picture. Kramer is also a Co-Moderator for the Nuclear Power Panel of speakers.  Later in the evening she will be presenting the Golden Spirit Award to German filmmaker Michael Von Hohenberg for his film "Final Picture," which was inspired by the movie "On The Beach." Additionally, Golden Spirit Award will proudly honor "Kat Kramer's Films That Change The World" for the noble contributions to making a positive difference.

Kramer, growing up with a father who advocated for world issues, gave her the gift of awareness and education regarding the impact of nuclear consequences at a young age. Kramer's Father, Stanley Kramer, brought awareness to the nuclear effects in 1959 with the film On The Beach. Seeing her father's passion inspired Kramer to continue bringing awareness to world issues. Kramer, at the 5th installment of  "Kat Kramer's Films That Change The World," presented the documentary Fallout.  At the North American Premiere of Fallout Lily Tomlin hosted the 5th Anniversary Premiere and Think-Tank event.  Fallout featured Dr. Helen Caldicott, Karen  Sharpe-Kramer, Donna Anderson, and Heather Mayfield; among other entertainers. Fallout is an Australian documentary by filmmaker Lawrence Johnston who exemplified how Stanley Kramer made the film On The Beach in Melbourne, Australia. At the Atomic Age Cinema Fest, on April 27th, the fiction drama of  Final Picture will be one of the films shown, and supported by "Kat Kramer's Films That Change The World." This film discusses the dangers of nuclear issues, and was inspired by Kramer's Fathers film On The Beach.

Karen Sharpe-Kramer and Donna Anderson

Kat Kramer's Films That Change The World" and "Golden Spirit Awards" will be honoring Michael von Hohenberg for his Critically Acclaimed Film Final Picture. Hohenberg gave Kramer some insight, with a written quote, on where the inspiration for the film came from: "On The Beach had a great influence on Final Picture. In the 3rd grade of school I had a teacher who showed us films about nuclear war, and one of the  films was On The Beach. It was shocking for me to see what nuclear war means to mankind.  So as a filmmaker I thought it's a good idea to make a new shocking film about it. In Final Picture the main story is about the radiation, which cause the people to die, and this is similar to your fathers film.  Also there is a little tribute to On the Beach in my film: The Government offers the people to commit suicide with pills.  It's so fantastic to meet you now, because it closes the circle."

Katharine Kat Kramer, Ric O' Barry, and Donna Anderson

On April 27, 2016 at the Raleigh Studios Hollywood, in the historic Chaplin Theater, The Atomic Age Cinema Fest will be presenting four films: Hot Water at 12 PM; Nuclear Savage: The Island Of Secret Project 4.1 at 2 PM; Final Picture at 4:15 PM, and The Man Who Saved The World at 7:30 PM.  The Red Carpet begins at 6:30 PM, the Nuclear Power Panel of Speakers will begin at 9:20 PM, and the after party will follow with live entertainment at 10:00 PM. Celebrities and supporters who are attending the Atomic Age Cinema Fest are: Kat Kramer's Films That Change The World, Ed Asner, Louis Gossett Jr., Ed Begley Jr., George Chakiris, and Ken Davitian.  Additionally, many young up-and-coming entertainers who support "Kat Kramer's Films That Change The World will be attending the event.

Each documentary and film is unique in itself. The documentary Hot Water is a story of those impacted by uranium mining, atomic testing, nuclear energy, and the subsequent contamination that runs through the air, soil, and water - Filmmakers: Lizabeth Rogers and Kevin Flint, and executive producer Elizabeth Kucinich. The documentary Nuclear Savage: The Islands Of Secret Project 4.1 is a story that uncovers a chapter in modern American History: How Marshall islanders were deliberately used as guinea pigs to study the effects of nuclear fallout on human beings - Directors Adam Jonas Horowitz, Marshallese, and English. The film Final Picture is a fictional drama that highlights the senselessness of atomic war, and an incident of Iran implementing the atomic bomb on Israel - Director Michael Von Hohenberg with Nadine Badewitz, Julian Bayer, Hubert Burczek, and Michael Schwarzmaier, and Producer Lake-City Film production.

George Chakiris and Katharine kat Kramer

Ending the night of educating and advocating regarding nuclear power and the risks of radioactivity from uranium mining to nuclear waste is the documentary The Man Who Saved The World tells about Stanislav Petrov, a man who single-handedly averted a Nuclear World War - Starring Kevin Costner, Stanislav Petrov, Walter Cronkite, Robert De Niro, and Matt Damon; Directed by Peter Anthony and Produced by Jakob Staberg, Christian D. Bruun, Mark Rameo, Raphael Avigdor, and Svilen Kamburov.

The Nuclear Power Panel of speakers consist of five representatives. First is Harvey Wasserman who is a Co-Moderator. He is also a journalist, author, and "No Nukes" strategist and organizer for over thirty years. Second is Katharine Kat Kramer who is a Co-Moderator.  She is also the founder of "Films That Change The World," actress, singer, producer, journalist, activist, and character developer. Third is Esai Morales who is an award-winning actor and activist. Fourth is Mimi Kennedy who is an actress, author, and activist. Fifth is Libbe HaLevy who produces and hosts Nuclear news magazine, also co-creator of Radiation Awareness Protection Talk, which is an audio series on how to protect from the negative impact of radioactivity on health.

Karen Sharpe-Kramer,Heather Mayfield , and Katharine Kat Kramer

Incidents of atomic bombs, uranium weapons, and nuclear accidents should never be forgotten so they will not be repeated.  Therefore the International Uranium Film Festival was created and has been successfully active since 2010.  This festival was developed by the non-profit arts and cultural organization "Yellow Archives" based in Rio De Janeiro. Every documentary and film shown at this festival covers some aspect of nuclear power and the risks of radioactivity. Yellow Archives is a project against forgetting tragic and lethal incidents such as: Three Mile Island, Chernobyl, and Fukushima. The International Uranium Festival has already toured cities in Brazil, Germany, India, Portugal, and Canada; as well as cities in the U.S.: New York, Santa Fe, Albuquerque, and Washington DC.  Currently the Los Angeles festival is active and it is titled: Atomic Age Cinema Fest.

Kramer would like to encourage everyone to come out to the festival to view all the films. If you would like to attend the film Final Picture or the documentary The Man Who Saved the World feel free to contact: Kat Kramer's Films That Change The World.

To follow up with International uranium Film Festival and Yellow Archives one can send mail to: International Uranium Film Festival and Yellow Archives Rua Monte Alegre, 356/301 Santa Teresa / Rio de Janeiro / RJ. Their website is , and phone: 0055-21-2507-6704.

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