I’m always very interested in the intersections of life, death, art, science, the personal story, creativity, and truth – so when I was approached by a member of a film production company that has a strong track record of ethical, sensitive film-making around intimate and personal life circumstances I was very happy to talk with them about their upcoming project.
If you, or someone you know, is interested in working with an award-winning Australian documentary film team for filming around End Of Life, the contact information is in the Traces press release, click on the link below.
Press Release – Traces
There is a lovely article here about one woman’s experience of vigilling with her partner, Benjamin, and keeping Benjamin’s body at home for three days before transporting him to a crematorium.
Although the terminology and frameworks are USA-centric, the essentials are pretty much the same here in Australia. You do not need to employ a funeral director unless you wish to, and you may keep a body at home for up to five days legally.
If you are interested in exploring what your home-based End Of Life, vigilling, and after-death body care and funeral choices and options are, please do get in touch. I am available for consultation and for hire as an End Of Life Doula.