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Fifth European Psychoanalytic Film Festival (epff5) 2009

Programme

 


Thursday 29
October 2009


Royal Society
of Medicine, 1 Wimpole Street, London, W1G 0AE

 

Welcome by Michael Brearley (President, Institute of Psychoanalysis)

Introduction by Andrea Sabbadini (Chairman, epff5)

 

THE ANIMATED WORLD OF ALEKSANDR PETROV

Introduced by Clare Kitson and Aleksandr Petrov


The Old Man and the Sea
(Russia 1999, 20 min)


The Cow (
Aleksandr Petrov, Russia 1990, 10 min)

 

Friday, 30 October 2009

BAFTA, 195 Piccadilly, London, W1 J9LN
PRINCESS ANNE THEATRE

 

FILM

A Wonderful Night in Split

(Arsen Ostoijc,

Croatia 

2004, 100 min)
During last two days of the year, the three stories are happening in the
dark and deserted streets of coastal town of Split, separated from the
wild New Year’s Eve parties.

 

FILM 

Jasminum

(Jan Jakub Kolski,

Poland

2006, 115 min)

 

WORKSHOP 

Film Editing and Working Through

Donald Campbell (Chair), Asher Tlalim, Jonathan Sklar

 

FILM 

Simple Things

(Aleksei

Popogrebsky, Russia  2007, 110 min)

 

DISCUSSION 

Simple Things.

Igor Kadyrov (Chair), Aleksei

Popogrebsky,
Ian Christie

 

DISCUSSION 

Simple Things.

Igor Kadyrov (Chair), Aleksei

Popogrebsky,
Ian Christie

 

Friday, 30 October 2009

BAFTA, 195 Piccadilly, London, W1 J9LN

DAVID LEAN ROOM

 

PANEL

Animated Dostoevsky
Screening and discussion of

The Dream of a Ridiculous Man

(Aleksandr Petrov 1992, 20 min).

Katia Golynkina (Chair),
Aleksandr Petrov, Helen Taylor Robinson

 


DISCUSSION
A Wonderful Night in Split,  

Paola Golinelli (Chair),
Arsen Ostoijc, Stanislav Matačić

 

DISCUSSION 
Jasminum

Krzysztof Fijalkowski (Chair), Ewa
Mazierska, Danuta Golec,

 

PANEL
Screening desire: Bertolucci’s The Conformist (1970) and
Last Tango in Paris (1972).  Fabien Gerard (Chair),

Bruce Sklarew, Esther Rashkin

 

Workshop The Producers

Catey Sexton (Chair), Simon Chinn, Irma Brenman

 

Saturday, 31 October 209

BAFTA, 195 Piccadilly, London, W1 J9LN


PRINCESS ANNE THEATRE

 

FILM 

Elevator

(George Dorobantu,

Romania
2008,
85 min)

A boy and a girl, both teenagers, want to get away from the world and be
alone for a while, so they hide in an abandoned factory on the
outskirts. But there they fall in a trap of their own intention, and get
stuck in the cargo elevator. There is no one around to hear them, and
nobody knows their whereabouts. Tension arises after each failed attempt
to escape, while they also have to deal with the fact that their entire
universe is now reduced to a metal box smaller than a room. 


FILM 

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


FILM

 Somnambuul (Suley Keedus, Estonia 2003, 129 min)

WORKSHOP 
Film censorship: To cut or not to cut? 

Sergei Grachev (Chair),

Maggie Mills, Carol Topolsky

 

Saturday, 31 October 209

BAFTA, 195 Piccadilly, London, W1 J9LN

DAVID LEAN ROOM

 

PANEL 

Inner conflict and emotional pain. A psychoanalytic view of

Brief Encounter.
 
Peter
Evans (Chair), Charles Drazin, Andrea Sabbadini

 

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

 

DISCUSSION
 Elevator.

 

Gabriela Massaci (Chair), Gabriel Pintilei, Michael Brearley

 

DISCUSSION 
Own Death.

Ildikó Takacs (Chair), Péter Forgács, Catherine Portuges

 

DISCUSSION 
Somnambuul,

Kari Tuhkanen (Chair), Karlo Funk, Camilla Bargum 

 

Sunday, 1
November 2009

BAFTA, 195 Piccadilly, London, W1 J9LN

 

FILM & PSYCHOANALYSIS IN TURKEY A
presentation by Talat Parman

PLENARY DISCUSSION
Co-chaired by Laura Mulvey and Andrea Sabbadini

 

Rückblick:

„Now that epff5 is
over, we hope that those who attended it found the festival
interesting and memorable. This website will remain here for a while
as a reminder of the event, alongside some information about the
previous ones.

These events bring together international film-makers with
psychoanalysts, academics, students, and film-lovers. We presented
this year a packed programme which included eminent speakers
such as Oscar-winning Russian animator Aleksandr Petrov,
Oscar-winning producer of Man on Wire Simon Chinn and
renowned Hungarian artist and film-maker Péter Forgács. 

Featured films included
some of the best, and little-seen Eastern European features of the
last few years, such as the tense, claustrophobic Elevator (George
Dorobantu, 2008, Romania), with a discussion featuring
screenwriter Gabriel Pintilei, the beautifully shot psychological
drama Sommnambuul (Suley Keedus, 2003, Estonia) and the
charming and quirky Jasminum, (Jan Jakub Kolski, Poland
2006). There also was an exploration of the work of
Oscar-winning Russian animator Aleksandr Petrov.

An exciting new
addition to this year’s programme was a series of workshops on
practical aspects of filmmaking, with practitioners talking
about their work with psychoanalysts. Covering the subjects of
editing, censorship and film production, they offered a
fascinating insight into the filmmakers craft. 

The programme also
included discussions and presentations with writer and academic
Laura Mulvey (UK), director Arsen Anton Ostojic
(Croatia), academic and broadcaster Ian Christie (UK) and writer
and director Alexei Popogrebsky (Russia).“

Quelle: http://www.psychoanalysis.org.uk/epff5/index.html

 

epff5 Speakers

Camilla Bargum (Psychoanalyst)

Roberto Basile (Psychoanalyst)

David Bell (Psychoanalyst)

Michael Brearley (Psychoanalyst)

Irma Brenman Pick (psychoanalyst)

Donald Campbell (Psychoanalyst)

Simon Chinn (film producer)

Ian Christie (Film scholar)

Diana Diamond (Psychoanalyst)

Charles Drazin (Film scholar)

Krzysztof Fijalkowski  (Lecturer in Critical Studies)

Peter Evans (Film scholar)

Péter Forgács (Film director)

Karlo Funk (Film scholar)

Fabien Gerard (Film scholar)

Danuta Golec (Psychotherapist and Publisher)

Paola Golinelli (Psychoanalyst)

Ekaterina Golynkina (Psychoanalyst)

Sergei Grachev (Psychoanalyst)

Igor Kadyrov (Psychoanalyst)

Clare Kitson (film scholar)

Gabriela Massaci (Director, Romanian Cultural Institute)

Stanislav Matačić (Psychoanalyst)

Ewa Mazierska (Film Scholar)

Maggie Mills (Psychoanalyst)

Laura Mulvey (Film scholar)

Kannan Navaratnem (Psychoanalyst)

Arsen Ostoijc (Film director)

Talat Parman (Psychoanalyst)

Aleksander Petrov (Film director)

Gabriel Pintilei (Screenwriter)

Aleksei Popogrebsky (Film director)

Catherine Portuges (Film scholar)

Esther Rashkin (Psychoanalyst)

Andrea Sabbadini (Psychoanalyst)

Catey Sexton (Film Director)

Jonathan Sklar (Psychoanalyst)

Bruce Sklarew (Psychoanalyst)

Ildikó Takacs (Director, Hungarian Cultural Centre)

Helen Taylor Robinson (Psychoanalyst)

Asher Tlalim  (Film editor)

Carol Topolski (Novelist)

Kari Tuhkanen (Psychoanalyst)

Lissa Weinstein (Psychoanalyst)

 

Quelle: http://www.psychoanalysis.org.uk/epff5/

 

Redaktion: CD, 16.6.2013