Chernobyl

Chernobyl Heart

Chernobyl Heart is a 2003 documentary film by Maryann DeLeo. The film won the Best Documentary Short Subject award at the 2004 Academy Awards.
In the film, DeLeo travels through Ukraine and Belarus with Adi Roche, the Irish founder of the Chernobyl Children's Project International, observing the effects of the Chernobyl nuclear disaster on the health of children in the area. Many children suffered from a previously unknown cardiac degradation condition known in the area as "Chernobyl heart", in addition to other severe radiation poisoning effects
DeLeo explored the Chernobyl disaster again in 2008 with the film White Horse.
The heart condition, also known as "cesium cardiomyopathy", was further investigated and confirmed in studies by Dr. Yury Bandazhevsky.

© Chernobyl Heart and Maryann DeLeo.

Pripyat - Frederick Diot

La femme de Mladen disparait lors de l'évacuation de la petit ville Pripyat qui héberge la centrale de Tchernobyl, il revient 3 ans plus tard pour comprendre ce qui s'est passé.
Réalisation : Frederick Diot
Avec : Raphaël Lutran, Laurence Hein, Patrick Volto et Pascal Jouniaux
Image : Christophe Blémont
Montage : Mathieu Nieto
Son : FX Lesaffre
Post Prod Son : Maxime Berland
Musique de Guy Jean Miard
En co-production avec le ministère de la jeunesse et des sports, le Crous de Bordeaux et l'université de Bordeaux 3 Michel de Montaigne et Les films en carton.
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Pripyat - Frederick Diot

La femme de Mladen disparait lors de l'évacuation de la petit ville Pripyat qui héberge la centrale de Tchernobyl, il revient 3 ans plus tard pour comprendre ce qui s'est passé.
Réalisation : Frederick Diot
Avec : Raphaël Lutran, Laurence Hein, Patrick Volto et Pascal Jouniaux
Image : Christophe Blémont
Montage : Mathieu Nieto
Son : FX Lesaffre
Post Prod Son : Maxime Berland
Musique de Guy Jean Miard
En co-production avec le ministère de la jeunesse et des sports, le Crous de Bordeaux et l'université de Bordeaux 3 Michel de Montaigne et Les films en carton.
Read More…

Pripyat - Frederick Diot

La femme de Mladen disparait lors de l'évacuation de la petit ville Pripyat qui héberge la centrale de Tchernobyl, il revient 3 ans plus tard pour comprendre ce qui s'est passé.
Réalisation : Frederick Diot
Avec : Raphaël Lutran, Laurence Hein, Patrick Volto et Pascal Jouniaux
Image : Christophe Blémont
Montage : Mathieu Nieto
Son : FX Lesaffre
Post Prod Son : Maxime Berland
Musique de Guy Jean Miard
En co-production avec le ministère de la jeunesse et des sports, le Crous de Bordeaux et l'université de Bordeaux 3 Michel de Montaigne et Les films en carton.
Read More…

Postcards from Pripyat

©Danny Cooke - "Earlier this year I had the opportunity to visit Chernobyl whilst working for CBS News on a '60 Minutes' episode which aired on Nov. 23, 2014. Bob Simon is the correspondent. Michael Gavshon and David Levine, producers."
Soundtrack 'Promise land' by Hannah Miller - licensed on themusicbed.com
Chernobyl is one of the most interesting and dangerous places I've been. The nuclear disaster, which happened in 1986 (the year after I was born), had an effect on so many people, including my family when we lived in Italy. The nuclear dust clouds swept westward towards us. The Italian police went round and threw away all the local produce and my mother rushed out to purchase as much tinned milk as possible to feed me, her infant son.

It caused so much distress hundreds of miles away, so I can't imagine how terrifying it would have been for the hundreds of thousands of Ukrainian citizens who were forced to evacuate.

During my stay, I met so many amazing people, one of whom was my guide Yevgen, also known as a 'Stalker'. We spent the week together exploring Chernobyl and the nearby abandoned city of Pripyat. There was something serene, yet highly disturbing about this place. Time has stood still and there are memories of past happenings floating around us.

Armed with a camera and a dosimeter geiger counter I explored...
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Shot using DJI Phantom 2 (GoPro3+) and Canon 7D

Postcards from Pripyat

©Danny Cooke - "Earlier this year I had the opportunity to visit Chernobyl whilst working for CBS News on a '60 Minutes' episode which aired on Nov. 23, 2014. Bob Simon is the correspondent. Michael Gavshon and David Levine, producers."
Soundtrack 'Promise land' by Hannah Miller - licensed on themusicbed.com
Chernobyl is one of the most interesting and dangerous places I've been. The nuclear disaster, which happened in 1986 (the year after I was born), had an effect on so many people, including my family when we lived in Italy. The nuclear dust clouds swept westward towards us. The Italian police went round and threw away all the local produce and my mother rushed out to purchase as much tinned milk as possible to feed me, her infant son.

It caused so much distress hundreds of miles away, so I can't imagine how terrifying it would have been for the hundreds of thousands of Ukrainian citizens who were forced to evacuate.

During my stay, I met so many amazing people, one of whom was my guide Yevgen, also known as a 'Stalker'. We spent the week together exploring Chernobyl and the nearby abandoned city of Pripyat. There was something serene, yet highly disturbing about this place. Time has stood still and there are memories of past happenings floating around us.

Armed with a camera and a dosimeter geiger counter I explored...
dannycooke.co.uk Follow me on twitter @dannycooke
Shot using DJI Phantom 2 (GoPro3+) and Canon 7D

Postcards from Pripyat

©Danny Cooke - "Earlier this year I had the opportunity to visit Chernobyl whilst working for CBS News on a '60 Minutes' episode which aired on Nov. 23, 2014. Bob Simon is the correspondent. Michael Gavshon and David Levine, producers."
Soundtrack 'Promise land' by Hannah Miller - licensed on themusicbed.com
Chernobyl is one of the most interesting and dangerous places I've been. The nuclear disaster, which happened in 1986 (the year after I was born), had an effect on so many people, including my family when we lived in Italy. The nuclear dust clouds swept westward towards us. The Italian police went round and threw away all the local produce and my mother rushed out to purchase as much tinned milk as possible to feed me, her infant son.

It caused so much distress hundreds of miles away, so I can't imagine how terrifying it would have been for the hundreds of thousands of Ukrainian citizens who were forced to evacuate.

During my stay, I met so many amazing people, one of whom was my guide Yevgen, also known as a 'Stalker'. We spent the week together exploring Chernobyl and the nearby abandoned city of Pripyat. There was something serene, yet highly disturbing about this place. Time has stood still and there are memories of past happenings floating around us.

Armed with a camera and a dosimeter geiger counter I explored...
dannycooke.co.uk Follow me on twitter @dannycooke
Shot using DJI Phantom 2 (GoPro3+) and Canon 7D

Chernobyl Heart

Chernobyl Heart is a 2003 documentary film by Maryann DeLeo. The film won the Best Documentary Short Subject award at the 2004 Academy Awards.
In the film, DeLeo travels through Ukraine and Belarus with Adi Roche, the Irish founder of the Chernobyl Children's Project International, observing the effects of the Chernobyl nuclear disaster on the health of children in the area. Many children suffered from a previously unknown cardiac degradation condition known in the area as "Chernobyl heart", in addition to other severe radiation poisoning effects
DeLeo explored the Chernobyl disaster again in 2008 with the film White Horse.
The heart condition, also known as "cesium cardiomyopathy", was further investigated and confirmed in studies by Dr. Yury Bandazhevsky.

©Maryann DeLeo.

Chernobyl Heart

Chernobyl Heart is a 2003 documentary film by Maryann DeLeo. The film won the Best Documentary Short Subject award at the 2004 Academy Awards.
In the film, DeLeo travels through Ukraine and Belarus with Adi Roche, the Irish founder of the Chernobyl Children's Project International, observing the effects of the Chernobyl nuclear disaster on the health of children in the area. Many children suffered from a previously unknown cardiac degradation condition known in the area as "Chernobyl heart", in addition to other severe radiation poisoning effects
DeLeo explored the Chernobyl disaster again in 2008 with the film White Horse.
The heart condition, also known as "cesium cardiomyopathy", was further investigated and confirmed in studies by Dr. Yury Bandazhevsky.

©Maryann DeLeo.

Chernobyl Heart

Chernobyl Heart is a 2003 documentary film by Maryann DeLeo. The film won the Best Documentary Short Subject award at the 2004 Academy Awards.
In the film, DeLeo travels through Ukraine and Belarus with Adi Roche, the Irish founder of the Chernobyl Children's Project International, observing the effects of the Chernobyl nuclear disaster on the health of children in the area. Many children suffered from a previously unknown cardiac degradation condition known in the area as "Chernobyl heart", in addition to other severe radiation poisoning effects
DeLeo explored the Chernobyl disaster again in 2008 with the film White Horse.
The heart condition, also known as "cesium cardiomyopathy", was further investigated and confirmed in studies by Dr. Yury Bandazhevsky.

©Maryann DeLeo.