WE ARE ALL RADIOACTIVE is a film project created by TokyoMango blogger Lisa Katayama and TED film director Jason Wishnow. It's about surfers rebuilding northern Japan after the earthquake and tsunami on 3.11.2011. In the summer of 2011, a few months after the quake, the crew went to Japan to shoot interviews with locals, anti-nuclear activists, and global experts on radiation. They also gave four video cameras to the locals so they can film their experience through their own lens while we're not there. Looks good.