Documentaries on cell towers
Full Signal is a recent documentary on the health effects and politics of cell towers. From the film's website: "Filmed in Ten countries and Six US states, Full Signal examines the contradiction between health and finance, one of the many ironies of the fight to regulate antenna placement." Available on DVD.
Radiant Day is a Norwegian documentary (English subtitles) that questions World Health Organization and U.S. standards on safe exposure levels for radio frequency (RF) radiation from cell towers and other sources. Available for online viewing.
Bad Reception is a 2003 documentary that discusses cell tower health effects and follows a San Francisco neighborhood's fight to keep cell sites out of their neighborhood.
Public Exposure: DNA, Democracy & the Wireless Revolution is a 2000 documentary that explores the human health effects of radio frequency (RF) radiation from cell phones & cell towers.
Full Signal in Portland
Full Signal, a recent documentary film on the health effects of cell towers, was screened in Portland in February, March, and April. The film is now available on DVD.
"Full Signal" garnered the following media coverage when it was shown in Portland:
- Beyond the Multiplex review by Stan Hall, Oregonian A&E
- Blue Oregon blog — guest editorial by Mari Anne Gest
- Activistas blog — guest post from Caitlin of RespectPDX
- KBOO's Talk Radio with Stephanie Potter and Erik Jorgensen
- Portland Observer: Wireless Technology Endangers our Health
- Wacky Mommy blog
- The Southest Examiner