The Reenactment is a modern mystery detective thriller adaption of William Shakespeare's “Mousetrap”-scene in his Hamlet. The film is set in the wintery landscape of the Snowy Mountains in Australia.
Hamlet a Detective tries to solve his father’s sudden death by recreating the crime
with the help of the police and actors. The soul of Hamlet’s father has approached
him and revealed that Claudius, Hamlet’s uncle, has murdered him. For this reason
Hamlet the Detective arranges a recreation of the crime scene to be shown in front
of his uncle, Claudius and his mother, Gertrude. This way he would be able to
examine their reactions and the grade of Claudius’s guiltiness as well as find out
about the trustworthiness of his father’s soul.
Women empowering women through clay and clean water
Laotian potter Noukham journeys to Nepal to craft clay filters with vulnerable women who share their stories and take steps towards a life of clean water, sustainable business and self empowerment.
In this cross-cultural adventure, Laotian master potter Noukham, will leave her tropical home of Laos and travel to the much cooler climates of Nepal to lead an intensive pottery workshop.
Nepal, a place known for its beautiful mountains and scenic landscapes, has been shaken up by natural and political forces in 2015 and the Nepalese women attending the workshop have very limited access to education or prospects of livelihood. Noukham will empower the women, most who come from similar backgrounds, with the same opportunity she was given by training them to grow their own skills to produce clay water filters from locally sourced materials.
When she was a child, Noukham fell victim to the crippling poliovirus. A condition that still affects her today. But in 2008 she was given the opportunity through Australian non-for-profit organisation Abundant Water to establish her own business producing and selling organic clay water filters. The venture turned the tide on her life. The filters provide her family with a source of income as well as provide a sustainable source of clean filtered water for her village.
As the workshop progresses, Noukham will reveal the transformative impact water filter production has had on her own life. The women will share their stories as they bond over their common backgrounds and become inspired to follow in Noukham’s footsteps.