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Ioannou, A. (2013). Un Familiar Places. PEP Videostream, 1:6.

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(2013). PEP Videostream, 1(1):6

Un Familiar Places

Directed by:
Anna Ioannou

This is a short film that zooms into fragments of the psychoanalytic experience.

The abstract animated form, placed in live action representing the daily reality, is utilized to turn mental configurations to images Abstract configurations are intended to be seen as Paul Wells says in his book Understanding Animation (1998), namely “the facilitators for the creation of a space of understanding rather than the bearers of meaning themselves”.

This film and this essay constitute an interest into the topic of presenting or representing the psychoanalytic experience to the public. I have not but touched the matter but I hope this work to function as an introduction to a deeper study into the matter.

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