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Forrester, J., Gessert, A., Grose, A., Leader, D., Nobus, D., Pick, D., Worthington, A., Marianski, S. (2015). What is Psychoanalysis: Part 4: The Id, the Ego and the Superego. PEP Videostream, 1:12.
 

'What is Psychoanalysis?' is a 4-part educational film series for students and teachers. Primarily aimed at A-Level Psychology students studying the 'psychodynamic approach', these films are intended to facilitate first encounters with Freud's thought..

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Forrester, J., Gessert, A., Grose, A., Leader, D., Nobus, D., Pick, D., Worthington, A., Marianski, S. (2015). What is Psychoanalysis: Part 3: The Oedipus Complex. PEP Videostream, 1:11.
 

'What is Psychoanalysis?' is a 4-part educational film series for students and teachers. Primarily aimed at A-Level Psychology students studying the 'psychodynamic approach', these films are intended to facilitate first encounters with Freud's thought..

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Forrester, J., Gessert, A., Grose, A., Leader, D., Nobus, D., Pick, D., Worthington, A., Marianski, S. (2015). What is Psychoanalysis: Part 2: Sexuality. PEP Videostream, 1:10.
 

'What is Psychoanalysis?' is a 4-part educational film series for students and teachers. Primarily aimed at A-Level Psychology students studying the 'psychodynamic approach', these films are intended to facilitate first encounters with Freud's thought..

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Forrester, J., Gessert, A., Grose, A., Leader, D., Nobus, D., Pick, D., Worthington, A., Marianski, S. (2015). What is Psychoanalysis: Part 1: Is it Weird?. PEP Videostream, 1:9.
 

'What is Psychoanalysis?' is a 4-part educational film series for students and teachers. Primarily aimed at A-Level Psychology students studying the 'psychodynamic approach', these films are intended to facilitate first encounters with Freud's thought..

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Klein, M. (2016). Melanie Klein walking in her garden. PEP Videostream, 1:8.
 

Melanie Klein walking in her garden.

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

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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Jaffe, L. (2013). IPA 100 Year Retrospective: 1910 - 2010: The Next 100 Years. PEP Videostream, 1:3.
 

This film was created to celebrate the IPA Centennial. It begins with actual footage of Freud speaking in English, explaining why he created the IPA and describing his struggles to establish psychoanalysis. This is followed by Leo Rangell, IPA Past-president, narrating a history of the IPA with commentaries by numerous IPA luminaries, along with photos from past IPA Congresses.

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Miqueu-Baz, C., Susman, D. (2013). British Psychoanalysis Yesterday and Today. Instit. Psa UK AV Proj. Videostream, 1:4.
 

A selection of short interviews filmed in Freud's and also Anna Freud's consulting rooms (reconstructed in London at their house which became the Freud Museum). Jan Abram, Michael Brearley, Catalina Bronstein, Josh Cohn, Leon Kleimberg, Gregorio Kohon and Rosine Perelberg depict how London became the centre of European Psychoanalysis, with the arrival of Freud fleeing Nazi Germany. The interviews depict how immigration from Continental Europe created an openness that encouraged new ideas and discussion about what was and what was not psychoanalysis. Also we see how the British Society was able, despite differences between the different factions, to contain prominent figures such as Anna Freud, Klein, Winnicott and Bion and became an important hub for the progression of new thinking and new practices in psychoanalysis.

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