LIVING TOXIC


“Living Toxic” is a long term project which lead us to visit the most polluted areas of the world, where radioactivity, heavy metals contamination, smoke and toxic gasses and chemical pollution keep on destroying, day after day, the life of the ecosystem and of living beings inhabiting it.

 

It is an investigation on the most serious environmental disasters occurred in the world, from the nuclear accidents of Fukushima, Chernobyl, Mayak, to the massive oil pollution in Alberta, Ecuador and Nigeria, from the industrial soviet union legacy in Karabash, Magnitogorsk, Norilsk, to the China worst polluted cities, Linfen and Tianying, and more other places in the world. A travel to the most infernal places of the Earth, where even breathing can be lethal.

The project is a long term project and wants to focus on the social, environmental and health costs of the worst ecological disasters made by humans.

 

The project will include also the realization at the same time, of a series of documentaries in collaboration with Sydonia Production and realized together with Alessandro Tesei, director and videomaker and Michele Marcolin, Researcher and videomaker.

The project is an ongoing project, it started on 2011, the first 4 chapters are completed: Fukushima, Karabash, Mayak, Magnitogorsk.


CHAPTER 1

 

 

 

 

Fukushima

No-Go Zone

(Japan 2011 - 2012)


CHAPTER 2

 

 

Mayak-57

The forgotten nuclear accident

(Russia 2013)


CHAPTER 3

 

 

 

 

Magnitogorsk,

the steel city

(Russia 2013)


CHAPTER 4

 

 

 

 

Karabash, the dirty blood of the Earth

(Russia 2013)


CHAPTER 5

 

 

 

 

Chernobyl

30 years after

(Ukraine 2014 - 2016)


CHAPTER 6

 

 

China coal

the black legacy

(China 2015)