6th European Psychoanalytic Film Festival Focuses on Migration Across National And Mental States 3-6 November 2011By The Institute Of Psychoanalysis, PRNE
Monday, June 6, 2011
LONDON, June 7, 2011 -
Under the title Border-Crossing: Migration Across National and Mental
States, the 6th Psychoanalytic Film Festival (epff6) will present an
impressive programme of European film. The Festival, which is organised by
The Institute of Psychoanalysis and takes place from 3-6 November 2011, will
feature films from 10 different countries, many of which have never been
shown before in the UK. They will be discussed by the filmmakers themselves
with psychoanalysts and film scholars.
The programme includes such exciting events as an introduction to the
festival by three experts on migration (a social geographer, a psychoanalyst
and a film scholar), the screening of a silent movie with live accompaniment
by Harry the Piano and a reading of unpublished poems on migration by Ruth
Padel. There will also be a lecture on exiled European filmmakers by film
historian Catherine Portuges, a conversation between prominent authors
Susannah Radstone and Eva Hoffman, and a plenary discussion chaired by Laura
Mulvey and Andrea Sabbadini (the Festival's Director).
Andrea Sabbadini says: "The lectures and panels will focus on the
geographical and psychological border space where transitions occur and where
changes - subtle and slow, or more often traumatic - can take place."
The Festival, of which Bernardo Bertolucci is Honorary President, will
take place at BAFTA in London.
The full programme can be found at www.beyondthecouch.org.uk
INFORMATION FOR EDITORS
ABOUT THE FESTIVAL Established in 2001 and held every two years, the
European Psychoanalytic Film Festival is a unique forum for creative dialogue
between psychoanalysts, film makers, academics, critics and the public. The
2009 festival was attended by almost 300 people from 25 different countries
and with a range of backgrounds and interests. The festival is organised by
The Institute of Psychoanalysis.
THE INSTITUTE OF PSYCHOANALYSIS is the main professional organisation for
psychoanalysts in the UK and a global centre of excellence in the provision
of psychoanalytic training, education, publication and clinical practice.
Established in 1919, its membership has included Sigmund Freud, Anna Freud,
Melanie Klein, Wilfred Bion and Donald Winnicott. It is the home of the
London Clinic of Psychoanalysis, which offers consultations and help finding
an analyst, in selected cases at a low fee.
For more information visit: www.psychoanalysis.org.uk
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