anon — October 1983
- Dark Circle: 1982 90 minutes, colour. This film interweaves dramatic personal and human stories with rare, recently declassified footage of the secret world in which the hydrogen bomb is manufactured, tested and sold. Dark Circle shows the complex human costs of a nuclear economy — even in the absence of a nuclear war. Available from the Development Education Centre, 427 Bloor St. West, Toronto M5S IX7; (416) xxx-xxxx.
- War Without Winners: 1980, 30 minutes. People in the street are questioned about nuclear war. The film goes on to examine the economic, medical and social ramifications of the arms race in a good popular introduction to the issue. Available through AVEL, 85 St. Clair St. E., Toronto. xxx-xxxx. $22-$50..
- In the King of Prussia: 1982, 92 minutes, colour. A feature-length film starring Martin Sheen about the trial of the Ploughshares Eight, who play themselves. It is a film about peace activism in confrontation with a prejudiced court system. Available from DEC, 964-690
- The Time Has Come: 1983, 25 minutes, American Friends Service Committee. This film shows how groups of people can get together to organise for nuclear disarmament. It is appropriate for both high school students and parent groups. Available from CFSC: xxx-xxxx.
- Nudear Countdown: 27 minutes, 1978 United Nations. This film outlines the history of international arms agreements and points out the increasing world insecurity as world nuclear arsenals build up. Designed for non-expert audiences, it exposes the danger of the nuclear arms race, emphasising that a lasting peace cannot be based on nuclear weapons. Available from the Metro Toronto Library Board.