reenactment


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re·en·act·ment

(rē'en-akt'mĕnt),
In psychodrama, the acting out of a past experience.
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While the urge to impress and show range is common in most debuts, what is uncommon in Reenactments is the level of control that is exercised.
TEXAS * July 5, Fredericksburg: Pacific Combat Zone living history reenactments. Programs at 10:30 A.M.
This year's reenactment will be more meaningful to the parishioners in the aftermath of Yolanda.
Handler and Saxton report that, "emplotted reenactment is an ideal that permeates the activities and objectives of those charged with producing living history." (23)
In 2013, acting as executive producer, Errol Morris took part in a different film of historical reenactments: Joshua Oppenheimer's The Act of Killing, a 2014 nominee for the Academy Award for Best Documentary Feature, and a work concerned with a different kind of murder-the apparently state-sanctioned mass killing of real and suspected communists in Indonesia in the 1960s.
I even had to come up with the name 'Battlecast.' The main reenactment field is perhaps more than 1000 meters across.
AS SAFIR reported on July 20, 2010 that the reenactment will help investigators compare the explosion sound waves, the crater and the amount of explosions used in a Mitsubishi van with those of the crime scene.
representatives of the international investigation commission who supervised the construction of model buildings that were in the area where Hariri was assassinated and which were affected by the explosive waves." The source told AS SAFIR that "the reenactment will last around a week until the commission tests all possible hypotheses of Hariri's murder and compare them to the conclusions which the investigative committee reached after examining the crime scene.
Battle reenactment society the Sealed Knot at Bodnant Garden at the weekend Picture: ROBERT PARRY JONES
The works may be timely in subject matter, but they are anachronistic in technique: Le uses a five-by-seven-inch view camera that requires shots to be rigorously composed (indeed, Le traveled to the reenactment events with a military advisor to help her stage the images).
63-70) did not discuss violent behavior triggered by posttraumatic reenactments, which often are dissociated experiences.
He was one of the very active members of the Hamilton Branch, taking part in educational programs at local elementary schools and participating in a tremendous number of reenactment events in Ontario as well as south of the border.