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Wonder Woman Symposium in Downtown Cleveland

The three-day Wonder Woman Symposium that ended last Saturday evening drew large audiences — over one hundred per day for three days– of serious, but fun-loving admirers of the 75-year-old superheroine. Christie Marston, granddaughter of Wonder Woman’s creator, psychologist William Moulton Marston spoke, as did Laura Siegal, daughter of Jerry Siegel, creator of Cleveland’s own Superman! […]

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Cleveland Psychoanalytic Center at the Cleveland International Film Festival

“About a Girl,”directed by Mark Monheim, is the film we have chosen to sponsor at this year’s Cleveland International Film Festival, which runs from March 18-29  at the Tower City Cinemas. A member of the  Cleveland Psychoanalytic Center will introduce the film at its two showings, Sunday, March 22nd at 6:10 p.m. and Monday, March 23rd at 4:30 p.m. Participation in the Film […]

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March Analytic Flick Discussion

The Friends of the Cleveland Psychoanalytic Center present Analytic Flicks This month we are discussing “Fifty Shades of Grey,” directed by Sam Taylor-Johnson Plot: When Anastasia Steele (Dakota Johnson), a literature student, goes to interview the wealthy Christian Grey (Jamie Dornan) as a favor to her roommate Kate Kavanagh (Eloise Mumford) she encounters a beautiful, […]

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Superman Meets Psychoanalysis

  DID YOU EVER WONDER WHO CREATED SUPERMAN AND WHY HE REMAINS AN ICONIC PRESENCE? Find out Friday, February 20th at 7:30 p.m.-9:30 p.m. in the Allen Memorial Auditorium, 11000 Euclid Avenue, on the campus of Case Western Reserve. The Cleveland Psychoanalytic Center is sponsoring an evening of discovery and interaction with Brad Ricca, faculty member of Case Western Reserve […]

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Time for the Cleveland International Film Festival

  The Cleveland International Film Festival runs from March 19th to March 30th this year, and the Cleveland Psychoanalytic Center is once again a Community Partner presenting, “The Sublime and Beautiful.” Actor Blake Robbins makes his directorial debut and stars with Laura Kirk in this film about tragedy and loss. Click on the title to […]

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Cleveland Psychoanalytic Center at the Cleveland International Film Festival

“Broken,” directed by Rufus Norris, is the film we have chosen to sponsor at this year’s Cleveland International Film Festival, which runs from April 3-14 at the Tower City Cinemas. A member of the  Cleveland Psychoanalytic Center will introduce the film at its two showings, Thursday 4/4 at 6:35 pm and Saturday 4/6 at 3:45 pm. “Broken” is the story […]

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October Events at the Cleveland Psychoanalytic Center

We would like to draw your attention to four upcoming events in October.  On Wednesday, October 3rd our monthly mini-lecture returns with a presentation by John Ewing, Associate Director, Film, of the Cleveland Museum of Art.  In 1986, John Ewing, co-founder of Cleveland Cinematheque, became the first person hired by the Cleveland Museum of Art […]

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Movie Discussion: “To Rome With Love”

Woody Allen’s long awaited new film, “To Rome With Love,” opened in New York on June 22, 2012 and in Cleveland July 6th to much acclaim.  Woody Allen appears in the movie (as Alfred Hitchcock used to) as a retired music promoter named Jerry, who, like Allen himself disdains retirement, and gives himself the line, “Don’t […]

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Cleveland Psychoanalytic Center Presents Vera Camden, Ph.D.

On May 18, 2012 Vera Camden, Ph.D. will deliver a lecture entitled, “Harry Potter: A Touch of Evil and the Triumph of Love in Harry Potter.” Vera Camden will be talking about trauma as parasite. She will discuss the role of skin in the parasitic relationship as the skin no longer protects the body but the skin […]

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CPC and the Cleveland International Film Festival

In the past two years, through private donations, we have sponsored and introduced films with themes very relevant to psychoanalysis at the Cleveland International Film Festival.  This year we are sponsoring “Chronicle of My Mother,” a beautiful Japanese film about a writer’s relationship with his ageing mother.  Directed by Masato Harada, the film is 118 […]

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