This film will provide viewers with a way to create their own thaumatrope: a scientific toy created in the 19th century where a piece of card is spun so that the images on either side of it blur together. This brief, sixty-second short film made at the Technological Educational Institute of Athens in Greece uses the representation of the thaumatrope to prompt discussion about nature and humanity. A man plants a tree, but, as the thaumatrope spins, the scene sets on fire. Young people aged 12-15 years old will be able to explore the thaumatrope as a way to discuss important social issues and themes pertinent to the purpose of the DIALLS project, perhaps in the creation of their own cultural artefacts. This can either involve two contrasting images on either side, or two different images that represent movement once the toy is spun.