SPOTLIGHT ON THE ARCHIVE: Film and Psychoanalysis in Focus
SPOTLIGHT ON THE ARCHIVE IS A SERIES OF EVENING SALONS THAT EXPLORE THE LINKS BETWEEN CINEMA AND PSYCHOANALYSIS. THE SCREENING SERIES HAS BEEN ORGANISED TO CELEBRATE 100 YEARS OF THE INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF PSYCHOANALYSIS 1920-2019.
Almansi, Renato J. (1992). Alfred Hitchcock’s Disappearing Women: A Study in Scopophilia and Object Loss. International Review of Psycho-Analysis, 19:81-90.
Cooper, S.H. Harris, A. (2005). Real women have curves (2002) Director: Patricia Cardoso. International Journal of Psycho-Analysis, 86(5):1481-1487.
Eastwood, C., McGinley, E., Sabbadini, A. (2006). Play Misty for Me (1971): The Perversion of Love. International Journal of Psychoanalysis, 95(4):791-799.
Edwards, J. (2014). Sifting through the Sands of Time: Mourning and Melancholia Revisited via the Documentary Nostalgia for the Light (2011). International Journal of Psycho-Analysis, 95(4):791-799.
Kales, E. F. (2003) Body double as body politic: Psychosocial myth and cultural binary in Fatal Attraction. International Journal of Psycho-Analysis, 84(6):1631.
Movahedi, S. Homayounpour, G. (2012). The Couch and the Chador. International Journal of Psycho-Analysis, 93(6):1357-1375.
Musial, M. (2016). The Story of Ida: Salvation not mourning. International Journal of Psycho-Analysis, 97(2):511-520.
Ray, N. (2012). Seduction, Receptivity and the ‘Feminine’ in Peter Greenaway’s The Pillow Book. International Journal of Psycho-Analysis, 93(3):761-782.
Tutter, A. (2011).Interdisciplinary Studies: Metamorphosis and the Aesthetics of Loss: II. Lady of the Woods—The Transformative Lens of Francesca Woodman. International Journal of Psycho-Analysis,92(6):1517-1539.
Wallace, E. (2003). Mother love and Chocolat: Directed by Lasse Hallström. International Journal of Psychoanalysis, 84(5):1367-75.
West-Leuer. B. (2017). Black Swan – The Sacrifice of a Prima Ballerina: Psychosexual (Self-)Injuries as the Legacy of Archaic Experiences of Violence. International Journal of Psycho-Analysis, 98(4):1233-1244.
Chair: Caroline Bainbridge
Speakers: Judith Rifeser, Diana Diamond, Adele Tutter.
Psychoanalytic approaches to film and television have often focused on women through the lenses of gender identification and desire. This salon discussion puts women in the spotlight, focusing on femininity as an active screen form. Exploring a diverse range of topics encompassing themes of loss, violence, voice, the body, identity, ethics, and the maternal, our speakers will focus on Hannah Arendt (dir. Margarethe von Trotta, 2012), Swedish television show Bron/Broen [The Bridge] (SVT, 2012- ), the photographic and video art of Francesca Woodman, and short experimental video essays that engage with the psychoanalytic philosophy of Luce Irigaray. The salon will include a live video relay presentation from New York, as well as London-based speakers, and we look forward to creating opportunities for transatlantic debate and dialogue with our guests and audience members.
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Please find below an open access list of selected papers about psychoanalysis and film.