January 13, 2018, Hawaii. TV, radio, SMS… all the channels inform: “THREAT OF BALLISTIC MISSILE OVER HAWAI. GO TO SHELTER IMMEDIATELY. THIS IS NOT AN EXERCISE.” 38 minutes passed before the denial. 38 minutes during which the citizens of the archipelago first experienced the nuclear threat. 38 minutes will bring to life the intimate testimonies of women, men and children who lived through these events as well as the data provided by specialists to raise awareness of contemporary nuclear risks, too often forgotten. by civil society.
About Games for Change (G4C)
On the Morning You Wake (to the End of the World) is at the center of a long-term impact campaign led by that aims to inspire people around the world to take action to shape the future of nuclear weapons policy, and provides a number of pathways for people to get involved and work together towards the abolition of nuclear weapons.Since 2004, Games For Change (G4C) has empowered game creators and innovators to drive real-world change — using games and immersive media to help people learn, improve their communities, and make the world a better place. G4C partners with technology and gaming companies, nonprofits, foundations, and government agencies to run world-class events, public arcades, design challenges, and youth programs. G4C supports a global community of game developers working on using games to tackle real-world challenges, from humanitarian conflicts to climate change and education.
Production and Partner
CONTRIBUTORS (in order featured)
CAST (in alphabetical order)
The Nuclear Free and Independent Pacific Movement International Sales Astrea & Archer's Mark