Today at The Clinton: Thursday, Dec 14

Veterans for Peace Chapter 72 presents 30 SECONDS TO MIDNIGHT

Veterans for Peace Chapter 72 presents 30 SECONDS TO MIDNIGHT

Showtimes

Regis Tremblay, director, will be present for a Q&A after the screening, and he will also have Blue Ray and DVDs for purchase.

Regis Tremblay is an independent filmmaker living in Woolwich, Maine.

Doors open at 6:30

30 seconds to midnight poster
30 Seconds to Midnight
Director: 
Regis Tremblay
Country: 
United States
Runtime: 
92 minutes

Filmmaker Regis Tremblay states what few others dare to say. Humanity is on the brink of extinction Nuclear power is not safe. Forty-eight of America’s nuclear power plants are leaking and there is no way to get rid of nuclear waste. America’s wreakless provocations of both Russia and China, two nuclear-armed countries, risk a nuclear holocaust from which no one survives. Climate change and global warming, if not mitigated immediately, will end the human experiment on earth sooner than later.

A shocking documentary that traces the origins of U.S. Genocides, military interventions and wars from the 15th century when the white, colonial explorers first came to the Americas to the very present. American Exceptionalism, Manifest Destiny, and the right to claim the earth and its resources as their own are the beliefs that are the foundation of American foreign policy in the 21st Century that has humanity on the brink of extinction.

Special Admission

FREE