Skip to main content

If You Love This Planet

Canada, 1982 (MIFF 1983)

Director: T. Nash

This powerful documentary records a lecture to American students in 1981, by the outspoken nuclear critic Dr. Helen Caldicott, National President of Physicians for Social Responsibility.

Dr. Helen Caldicott is one of the world's leading authorities on the medical implications of nuclear radiation. A native of Australia and a pediatrician by profession, she recently resigned her position at Harvard University medical school to concentrate full-time on speaking out against nuclear warfare.

See also...

DAISY: THE STORY OF A FACELIFT

Daisy feels she needs a facelift. ... The film follows her through all the stages, from the preliminary visit with the surgeon, to the actual operation. Interspersed with Daisy's story is an ... More »

Coupe De Monde

Part One in a series on sporting figures. ... More »

Pig Bird

A commercial for Canada Customs, to discourage smuggling. ... More »

Who Wants Unions?

A movement to "de-unionise" industry has been gaining considerable ground in the US and Canada in recent years. It has developed a new breed of "union-buster" using persuasive psychological ... More »

Memories of War

A father's intimate and passionate plea for a peaceful world in which to raise his new born son. Employs innovative animation techniques. ... More »

STANDING ALONE

Pete Standing Alone is a Blood Indian I caught between two worlds—the 19th j century horse culture of the Plains Indian and the energy politics of the 1980s. | He passionately believes that it ... More »

Select a festival
Search The Film Archive
Browse By Director