Venue : JW3, 341-351 Finchley Road, London NW3 6ET
Time: 10.30 -1.30 (registration from 10.00 am) on Sundays
Cost: CAP members and concs: £12 (Others £15)
Whole series: CAP members and concs: £50 (Others £68)
The CAP film series for 2016 follows the theme of “World Cinema”. Of all the depth psychologists, Carl Jung was most widely travelled and observant of how human lives were lived and experienced in different ways across cultures. Talking with Kenyans, Indians, Native Americans and others from all over the world, Jung found a rich source for his psychological understanding of what it is to be human. We hope our watching of these films from Germany, Bulgaria, Sweden, Israel and Argentina will stimulate your discussions along similarly pluralistic, Jungian lines.
Confederation for Analytical Psychology is delighted to announce its latest series of seminars in collaboration with the JW3 Centre in NW3.
JUNG AND FILM 2016: World Cinema: Jungian Lens CHRISTOPHER HAUKE and HELENA BASSIL-MOROZOW Venue: JW3, 341-351 Finchley Road, London NW3 6ET https://www.jw3.org.uk/
THE CAP FILM SERIES FOR 2016 FOLLOWS THE THEME OF “WORLD CINEMA”. OF ALL THE DEPTH PSYCHOLOGISTS, CARL JUNG WAS MOST WIDELY TRAVELLED AND OBSERVANT OF HOW HUMAN LIVES WERE LIVED AND EXPERIENCED IN DIFFERENT WAYS ACROSS CULTURES. TALKING WITH KENYANS, INDIANS, NATIVE AMERICANS AND OTHERS FROM ALL OVER THE WORLD, JUNG FOUND A RICH SOURCE FOR HIS PSYCHOLOGICAL UNDERSTANDING OF WHAT IT IS TO BE HUMAN. WE HOPE OUR WATCHING OF THESE FILMS FROM GERMANY, BULGARIA, SWEDEN, ISRAEL AND ARGENTINA WILL STIMULATE YOUR DISCUSSIONS ALONG SIMILARLY PLURALISTIC, JUNGIAN LINES.
Time: 10.30 -1.30 (registration from 10.00 am) on Sundays (note new, later Sunday-friendly start!) Cost: CAP members and concs: £12 (Others £15) Whole series: CAP members and concs: £50 (Others £68) 10th January 2016 13th March 2016 The Secrets in Their Eyes Waltz with Bashir (Campanella, 2009. Argentina.) (Folman, 2008. Israel) 8 th May 2016 10th July 2016 The White Ribbon The Mirror (Haneke, 2009. Germany) (Tarkovsky, 1975. USSR) 11th September 2016 13th November 2016 Black Cat, White Cat As It Is In Heaven (Kusturica, 1998. Bulgaria) (Pollak, 2004. Sweden) All the seminars are open to anyone with an interest in Jungian psychology or psychoanalysis and cinema – whether clinician, academic, student or with a general interest.
Each seminar incorporates a short introductory lecture by Christopher Hauke or Helena Bassil-Morozow, followed by a viewing of the film, and finally a group discussion afterwards led by Christopher or Helena.
Christopher Hauke is a Jungian analyst, senior lecturer in psychoanalytic studies at Goldsmiths, University of London and author of Jung and the Postmodern: the Interpretation of Realities (2000) and numerous publications on film including Visible Mind: Movies, Modernity and the Unconscious (2013).
He co-edited Jung and Film, Post-Jungian Takes on the Moving Image (2001); and Jung and Film II: The Return. Further Post-Jungian Takes on the Moving Image (2011). Dr Helena Bassil-Morozow is a cultural philosopher, film scholar and academic writer whose many publications on film include the monographs Tim Burton: the Monster and the Crowd (Routledge, 2010), The Trickster in Contemporary Film (Routledge, 2012) and The Trickster and the System: Identity and Agency in Contemporary Society (Routledge, 2014).
Helena is currently working on two other Routledge projects, Jungian Film Studies: the Essential Guide (co-authored with Luke Hockley) and Narcissism and Society. TO BOOK: please see https://www.jw3.org.uk/confederation-analytical-psychology-filmseries for full details.
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