Fifth European

Psychoanalytic

Film Festival

 

 

29 October - 1 November 2009

BAFTA, London W1

 

Screen Memories from Eastern Europe

    

Saturday, 31 October 209

BAFTA, 195 Piccadilly, London, W1 J9LN

 

PRINCESS ANNE THEATRE

 

DAVID LEAN ROOM

9-10.30am

FILM  Elevator (George Dorobantu, Romania 2008, 85 min)

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9.15-10.45am

 

PANEL  Inner conflict and emotional pain. A psychoanalytic view of Brief Encounter.  Peter Evans (Chair), Charles Drazin, Andrea Sabbadini

 

10.30-10.50am

Coffee

 

10.45-11pm

 

Coffee

 

10.50am-12.50pm

FILM  Own Death  (Péter Forgács, Hungary 2008, 118 min)

 

11-12.30pm

 

PANEL  
Faith and faithlessness:  
The role of the erotic imagination
in Faithless (Liv Ullman, Sweden
2006) and
Love (Karoly Makk, Hungary 1971).  David Bell (Chair), Diana Diamond, Lissa Weinstein
 
   
   


 
 

 

 

12.50-2pm

 

Lunch

 

12.30-2pm

Lunch

2.00-4.10pm

FILM  Somnambuul (Suley Keedus, Estonia 2003, 129 min)

2-3pm

DISCUSSION  Elevator. Gabriela Massaci (Chair), Gabriel Pintilei, Michael Brearley  
   

 

 

 

 

3.10-4.10pm

DISCUSSION  Own Death. Ildikó Takacs (Chair), Péter Forgács, Catherine Portuges  
   

 

 

4.10-4.30pm

Tea

4.10-4.30pm

Tea

4.30-6pm

WORKSHOP  
Film censorship:
To cut or not to cut?
  Sergei Grachev (Chair), Maggie Mills, Carol Topolsky

 
   

 

 

4.30-5.30

DISCUSSION  
Somnambuul,
Kari Tuhkanen
(Chair), Karlo Funk,
Camilla Bargum

 
   

 

 

Embassy of the Republic of Hungary, 35 Eaton Place, SW1X 8BY

 

7.30-9pm

SOCIAL EVENT    Reception at the Hungarian Embassy

 

 

 

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Copyright © 2008 Institute of Psychoanalysis



 

 

Honorary President

Bernardo Bertolucci

Chairman

Andrea Sabbadini

Organised by

The Institute of

Psychoanalysis

 

 

 

 

Supported by

Supported by the Romanian Cultural Institute


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The Couch and
the Silver Screen

Psychoanalytic Reflections
on European Cinema

Edited by Andrea Sabbadini
 

Projected Shadows presents a new collection of essays exploring films from a psychoanalytic perspective, focusing specifically on the representation of loss in European cinema. This theme is discussed in its many aspects, including: loss of hope and innocence, of youth, of consciousness, of freedom and loss through death. Many other themes familiar to psychoanalytic discourse are explored in the process, such as: Establishment and resolution of Oedipal conflicts; Representation of pathological characters on the screen; Use of unconscious defence mechanisms; The interplay of dreams, reality and fantasy.
Projected Shadows
Psychoanalytic Reflections on the Representation of Loss in European Cinema
Edited by Andrea Sabbadini