Filming the Body in Crisis examines the representation of the body and the ethical, psychological and embodied implications of viewing bodies on screen across a range of moving image media and mainstream films.The book draws on the work of Melanie Klein and Sigmund Freud, and is focused on notions of object relations and embodied film spectatorship, looking at a range of contemporary films including The Tree of Life (Terrence Malick), A Dangerous Method (David Cronenberg), Psychiatry and Broadmoor in the work of Pat McGrath, Hunger (Steve McQueen), Blue (Derek Jarman) and the films of Atom Egoyan.
|Duration||01 June 2016 - 01 June 2016|
|Times||7pm - doors open at 6.30pm|
|Venue||Freud Museum London|
|Address||20 Maresfield gardens London NW3 5SX, ,|
|Contact||020 7435 2002 / firstname.lastname@example.org / www.freud.org.uk|