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Community Reviews. Showing Rating details. Sort order. Jan 20, Rebecca Martin rated it liked it. This book is a useful introduction to Freudian theories that have been so significant in the analysis of film at least since the s. It's a good place to start to learn about the early development of Freud's theories, particularly regarding hysteria.
My disappointment comes, though, from the fact that the balance of the book is very much toward psychoanalysis and there is not enough application of those theories to films. The only one that gets any kind of prolonged treatment is The Birds. An This book is a useful introduction to Freudian theories that have been so significant in the analysis of film at least since the s.
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An entire chapter of five is devoted to The Freud Scenario as "one of the most powerful reflections on the origins of psychoanalysis" that "comes through cinema" While the chapter is interesting because of what it reveals about the display of Freudian theory in the "scenario" originally prepared by Sartre for John Huston's Freud but not used by the director , it doesn't tell us much about films or how Freudian theory has generally been reflected in a wide range of films in the current and previous century.
This is a good example of the imbalance of the book; hence, my dissatisfaction. Apr 02, Anna rated it liked it Shelves: reads , non-fiction , film-school-reject. Very informative but was more focused on the history of psychoanalysis with a bit cinematic history thrown in at the beginning. This filmmaker group, which opposes commercial, conventional, cinema, has created a movement which rejects the superfluous, going back-to-basics filmmaking: digital video, handheld camera, natural sounds and lighting. In this search of aesthetic truth, against simulation, there is an implicit denunciation.
The Celebration provides Vinterberg the opportunity to denounce incestuous perversion in the family, reveal the enigma of suicide, and family complicity that induces madness. Miguel Sapochnik The Dreamer: In a dark vision of the future where emotionally suppressed human clones are mass manufactured and discarded for the latest model, a male and female clone share a last look as they wait for termination.
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Against the callous inhumanity of the termination plant workers, the woman is electrocuted and dropped into a furnace before the man is hooked up. The owner, an eccentric, older British pianist falls in love with her, not knowing that her husband is a political prisoner. Music is the seductive conduit and integrator of the narrative, an intrinsic element of the story itself. Michael Apted was born in the UK , and studied history and law at Cambridge University before beginning his career in film. In he directed First Born and three years later, Critical Condition.
In he directed Class Action.
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Two years later he directed three films: Incident at Oglala, Thunderheart and 35 Up. The latter was a follow-up to his acclaimed Seven Up documentary, of which 42 Up is the latest instalment.
Fascinatingly, the model of Seven Up has been exported to Russia. In Michael Apted directed the thriller Blink.
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Also in his documentary Moving the Mountain described the events leading up to the Tiananmen Square atrocity. Later that year, he directed Jodie Foster in Nell. More recently he directed the medical drama Extreme Measures and also the documentary Inspirations , chronicling the lives of six diverse artists including David Bowie and Roy Liechtenstein. The quality of his contributions to the Documentary film was recognised in when he received the Career Achievement award from the International Documentary association.
Michael Apted has had made 20 major feature films in approximately the same number of years. His latest, Enigma has just been released. Candy Aubrey is a candidate of the Geneva section of the Swiss Psychoanalytical Society, currently working in private practice. She was trained as a child psychiatrist and is currently involved in teaching medical students at the Geneva medical school. Her most recent publication is about: Comments on metaphors of listening Scandinavian Psychoanalytic Review.
Michal Aviad has been working as a director and producer of documentary films in since Her films include: Acting Our Age , 60 min , which explores women and aging. Filmed during the Intifada, the film examines the roles of Palestinian and Israeli women in the conflict. Ever Shot Anyone? Ramleh , min , a film on the lives of three women who represent marginalized communities essential to the understanding of Israel today.
Psychoanalytic Studies programme at University College London. He has long been interested in the relations between psychoanalysis and other disciplines such as literature, social theory, politics and philosophy and has written widely on these themes. He has made a particular study of the work of Dennis Potter and has edited two books Reason and Passion and Culture and Psychoanalysis: a Kleinian Perspective. He edited Essential Papers on Literature and Psychoanalysis Katalin Bogyay was educated in Budapest and London.
She graduated in Economics and holds an MA in Communications, a postgraduate diploma in Journalism, and a certificate in Counselling Skills. Well-known in Hungary as a television personality, she started her career at Hungarian Television MTV as a presenter and senior editor of Music and Arts and later became a film-make and producer. Michael Brearley is a Member of the British Psychoanalytical Society, and full-time practitioner in private practice. Previously he was a professional cricketer, and lecturer in philosophy.
Michael writes, teaches and lectures on psychoanalytical matters, and occasionally on cricket, sport, and the links with leadership and team building. Vinko Bresan won a diploma on the International festival of short films in Oberhausen in with the student film Our Stock Exchange. Hugh Brody is both an anthropologist and a film-maker. Donald Campbell , a child, adolescent and adult psychoanalyst, works in the National Health Service and in private practice. He has written on violence, suicide, child sexual abuse and adolescence. She has published a number of articles in the areas of attachment theory, borderline personality, mental representation, and film and psychoanalysis.
She is a film reviewer for the International Journal of Psychoanalysis. His writings on film theory, national cinema and film history are frequently featured in collections and anthologies. She wrote mainly on trauma, loss, mourning and nostalgia and published papers on cinema and psychoanalysis. Publications include studies of contemporary poets, essays on philosophy and on the horror film, a monograph on Dead Ringers and a collection entitled The Modern Fantastic: The Cinema of David Cronenberg Since then she has had a prolific career directing music videos.
She has made two documentaries, the first of which, Three Hours in High Heels is Heaven , featured four suburban transvestites. His book No Lost Certainties to be Recovered was published in Vicki Lebeau lectures in English at the University of Sussex.
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Annegret Mahler-Bungers studied literature, philosophy and history of arts. He now works in private practice. Marilyn Milgrom ,producer, grew up in the London suburbs within a Jewish family whose roots lie in Eastern Europe. Before studying medicine and psychiatry, and then training in psychoanalysis, his original studies were in classics and philosophy.
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