While much of the world’s attention is focused on Egypt, there is yet another threat looming—a nuclear Iran.
A new documentary film exposing the dangers posed to America and the international community if Iran were to deploy nuclear weapons. Dubbed “Iranium,” the film premiers on Feb. 8 in a nationwide screening event at AMC Theaters in select cities.
“We encourage concerned citizens across the U.S., Canada, and around the world to view this timely film and see firsthand the statements of Iranian leaders on their intentions for America and the international community,” says Alex Traiman, director of Iranium. “This film sounds an alarm that must be heard if we are to prevent the perils that may result if Iran crosses the nuclear threshold.
“Events in Egypt are eerily similar to the revolution that swept Iran in 1979. And the results of Iran’s Islamic Revolution set the course for 30 years of terror and brutality. To understand what is taking place in Egypt today, it is critical to look back and study the effects of what took place three decades prior in Iran.”
Narrated by Academy Award Nominee and Emmy Award Winning Iranian actress, Shohreh Aghdashloo, the 60-minute film uses rare footage from Iran and interviews with 25 politicians, Iranian dissidents, and leading experts on Middle East policy, terrorism, and nuclear proliferation.
The film’s flagship premiere event will take place on Capitol Hill, in the Rayburn Congressional Office Building. Iranium will also be available on Comcast’s Video on Demand channel beginning February 8, and will spotlight on Hulu’s documentary channel.
You can watch the movie free online for a limited time at IraniumtheMovie.com.