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Palmer, S. (2015). Controversial Discussions for the XXIst Century. PEP Video Grants, 1(1):2.

(2015). PEP Video Grants, 1(1):2

Controversial Discussions for the XXIst Century

Director and Producer
Svetlana Palmer

Cinematographer and Editor
Paul Bernays

Additional Cinematography by:
Jeff Baynes, Will Jacob

Consultant
Ekaterina Golynkina

Transcribed by:
Thomas Booker

An Interview with:
Jan Abram, Dana Birkstead-Breen, Catalina Bronstein, Peter Fonagy, Bob Hinshelwood, Isabel Hernandez-Halton, Rosine Perelberg, Ken Robinson, Anne-Marie Sandler, Allan Schore, Mark Solms, Riccardo Steiner and David Tuckett

Taking both its title and spirit from the ‘Controversial Discussions’ in the British Psychoanalytic Society which took place in wartime London after the death of Freud, ‘Controversial Discussions for the XXI Century’ looks at the history and legacy of the discussions regarded by Andre Green as ‘the most important document of the history of psychoanalysis’. Bringing up to date the original ‘Discussions’, the film examines contemporary understanding of ‘unconscious fantasy’ by leading Freudian and Kleinian psychoanalytic thinkers to examine areas of controversy and disagreement and bring the debate up to date in the light of recent advances in developmental psychology and neuroscience and promote the use of pep-web as a platform for dialogue across modalities.

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