Director: Carsten Rau
Germany is turning away from nuclear power in 2022. Yet the country’s nuclear nightmare goes on: with umpteen thousands of tonnes of radioactive waste and the hazardous dismantling of power plants which will take decades. “Nuclear Forever” by Carsten Rau takes an equally profound and alarming look at mankind’s dream of atomic energy, in grand scenes that have yet to be portrayed like this, and in six interwoven episodes. In the end, the viewer can and must form their own impression of the mania called nuclear power. That has no end.
Carsten Rau was born in 1967. He stuied political science and history in in Berlin and Hamburg. He was a director for public German Broadcaster NDR and author of many TV documentaries from 1993 to 2006. In 2006, he had found Hamburg based PIER 53 Filmproduktion together with Hauke Wendler.
Director of Photography: Andrzej Król
Producer: Hauke Wendler
Editing: Stephan Haase
Sound Recording: Augusto Castellano
Sound Design: Yannick Rehder
Original Music Composer: Ketan and Vivan Bhatti
Funding Bodies: The Federal Government