CPC Blog: Posts tagged with 'Analytic Flicks'
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, […]
Analytic Flicks returns on Sunday, May 4th at 7:30 PM. Ingrid Geerken, Ph.D. will lead a discussion of “Railway Man,” directed by Jonathan Teplitzky. Plot: Based on his best-selling memoir, the film tells the extraordinary and epic true story of Eric Lomax, a British Army officer who is tormented as a prisoner of war at a […]
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 […]
You will want to save the date, March 7th to attend the next Friends Mini-Lecture at the Cleveland Psychoanalytic Center. The guest lecturer, Donald Rosenberg, has been writing about music for The Plain Dealer in Cleveland since 1992. He previously served as music critic of the Akron Beacon Journal and the Pittsburgh Press. A native […]
A large, appreciative audience gathered at the Center’s offices last Sunday to discuss the film, “The King’s Speech.” According to Margaret Zerba, the discussion leader, audience participation was high. The discussion ranged from history of Great Britain and the royal family to praise for the performances of Colin Firth and Geoffrey Rush. While not overly […]
Here are some points that Carl has in mind for the discussion of “Mao’s Last Dancer” on Sunday, the 3rd. Remember all the films that triggered discussions of cultural diversity? How is Mao’s Last Dancer similar/ different? What type of internal father is Chairman Mao to the film’s hero? How might you discuss the loss of his mother? […]