Yellowcake: Film

Gair Dunlop (Artist)

Research output: Non-textual formDigital or Visual Products


The rise and fall of the UK nuclear fission research programme, seen through its sites, archives, memories and remains.

This is the complete film, awaiting sound design, colour grading and final credit sequence.

Duration: 63 minutes 26 seconds.

Will be shown at VRC, Dundee Contemporary Arts, Dundee as a three screen installation on 8th April.
20 minute excerpt to be screened at Royal Scottish Academy, Edinburgh from April 1st - May 7th.
Full length as single screen film to be shown at Bildmuseet, Umea, Sweden, April 2nd.

Please contact me to arrange further exhibition.

Section 1: 7 mins: origins
Section 2: 7 min 30 sec till 19 min 30 sec: Harwell and atomic horror- featuring author and broadcaster Ken Hollings.
Section 3: 19min 40 till 32 min: Winfrith pastoral technical
Section 4: 32 min 30 sec till 38 min 30 sec: Building the bright world.
Section 5: 38 min 40 sec to 47 min 46 sec: Smash hits. Protest, spectacle, Sizewell, Torness.
Section 6: 48 min to 1hr 3 min. Tomorrows and tomorrows. Deposition and closure.
Original languageEnglish
Media of outputFilm
Size63 minutes 26 seconds
Publication statusPublished - 2017


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  • Atomic Modern

    Dunlop, G., 2019, University of Dundee.

    Research output: Other contribution

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