N.28 - Psychoanalysis and Cinema: “Through a glass”

Cinema, Psychology, Psychoanalysis and Mental Distress: General Bibliography

In the General Bibliography there are works that are related in several ways to the wide field of studies devoted to the relationship between film, psychoanalysis and mental distress. This collection, even if substantial, is not intended to be either exhaustive or judgemental. Items are listed alphabetically; any thematic classification is left to the curiosity of the reader. There are works written not only by psychoanalysts, but also by philosophers, film critics, semiologists, men of letters. Indeed, after an initial period in which this topic has been developed mainly through psychoanalysts’ publications in specialized journals, by the end of the ‘60s many disciplines were dealing with the subject and a large number of journals, film ones as well, were publishing these works: let us mention the special monographic issue of the French Journal Communications – a French journal focused on semiology – , released in1975 with the title Psychanalyse et Cinéma, hosting articles by Barthes, Baudry, Guattari, Metz and others. Other items belongs to semiology and film theory, that use psychoanalytic concepts in their analysis: for instance, Christian Metz , one of the most widely known semiologists interested in film, drew much on Lacan’s theory; or Ikon – a Journal hosting articles in the fields of psychology, sociology, semiology and social sciences in general – published by the Institute of Research on Communication, founded by A. Gemelli and C. Musatti, in 1962 acquired the French Revue International de Filmologie, confirming the interdisciplinarity of the subject. The final section gathers special issues of journals entirely dedicated to the relationship between psychoanalysis and film, and includes their respective table of contents.

Abruzzese, A. (1974) L’immagine filmica [The Film Image]. Roma: Bulzoni.

Agnel, A. (1995) see Cahiers jungiens de psychanalyse, 83.

Albano, L. (1986) Il visibile e il non visibile [The Visible and the Invisible]. Filmcritica, pp. 365-366.

Albano, L. (1992) La caverna dei giganti: Scritti sull’evoluzione del dispositivo cinematografico [The Giants’ Cave: Writings on the Evolution of the Cinema as a Device]. Parma: Pratiche.

Albano, L. (2003) Cinema e Surrealismo: Tra oggetto-sogno e spazio-sogno [Cinema and Surrealism: In between dream-object  and dream-space]. In G. Orlandi Cerenza (ed.) Traiettorie della modernità: Il Surrealismo all’alba del Terzo Millennio [Paths of modernity: Surrealism at the third millennium dawn]. Torino: Lindau.

Albano, L. (2004) Lo schermo dei sogni: Chiavi psicoanalitiche del cinema [Dreams’ screen: Psychoanalytic interpretations of cinema]. Venezia: Marsilio.

Albano, L. (2005a) L’amore impossibile e l’oggetto perduto [Impossible love and the lost object]. In E. Dagrada (ed.) Il Melodramma [The Melodrama]. Roma: Bulzoni.

Albano, L. (2005b) see La Valle dell’Eden, n. 15.

Albano, L., Pravadelli, V. (eds.) (2008) Cinema e psicoanalisi: Tra cinema classico e nuove tecnologie [Cinema and Psychoanalysis: From classic cinema to new technologies]. Macerata: Quodlibet.

Albertini, L., Caruso, A.P. (1949) Percezione e interpretazione di immagini cinematographiche nei ragazzi [Perception and interpretation of images cinematographiche in boys]. Bianco e Nero, X, pp. 9-27.

Alexander ,M., Hall, M.N., Pettice, Y.J. (1994) Cinemeducation: An Innovative Approach to Teaching Psychosocial Medical Care. Fam. Med., 26, pp. 430-433.

Allen, R. (1993a) Cinema, Psychoanalysis, and the Film Spectator. Persistence of Vision, 10, pp. 5-33.

Allen, R. (1993b) Representation, Illusion, and the Cinema. Cinema Journal, 32, 2, pp. 21-48.

Allen, R. (1995) Projecting Illusion: Film Spectatorship and the Impression of Reality. New York: Cambridge University Press.

Allen, R. (1997) Looking at Motion Pictures. In R. Allen, M. Smith (eds.) Film Theory and Philosophy. Oxford: Clarendon Press.

Allen, R. (1999) Psychoanalytic Film Theory. In R. Stam, T. Miller (eds.) A Companion to Film Theory, Oxford: Blackwell.

Allen, R.C. (1990) From Exhibition to Reception: Reflections on the Audience in Film History. Screen, 31, n. 4, pp. 347-357.

Allendy, R. (1926) La valeur psychologique de l’image [The psychological value of the image]. L’Art Cinématographique, I, pp. 75-103.

Alloway, L. (1971) Violent America: The Movies, 1946-1964. New York: Museum of Modern Art.

Almansi, R.J. (1992) Alfred Hitchcock’s Disappearing Women: Scopophilia, Object Loss. Int. Rev. Psycho-Anal., 19, pp. 81-90.

Altman, C.F. (1977) Psychoanalysis and the Cinema: The Imaginary Discourse. Quarterly Review of Film Studies, 2, n. 3, pp. 257-272.

Ancona, L. (1963) Il film come elemento nella dinamica dell’aggressività [The film as an element in aggressiveness dynamics]. Ikon, 16(46), pp. 27-32.

Ancona, L., Bertini, M. (1963) Aggressivity Discharge Effect through Films Causing Strong Emotional Stress. Ikon, 19(57), pp. 7-27.

Ancona, L., Carli, R. (1970) La dinamica della partecipazione cinematografica [Dynamics of cinematic participation]. Contributi dell’Istituto di Psicologia, U.C.S.C., 30, pp. 21-45.

Ancona, L., Croce, M.A. (1967) Dinamica psichica e dinamismo cinematografico [Psychic Dynamics and cinema dynamism]. Arch. Psicol. Neurol. Psich., 28, pp. 85-106.

Ancona, L., Fontanesi, M. (1967) Analisi delle relazioni dinamiche tra effetto catartico e effetto frustante di uno stimolo cinematografico emotivo [Analysis of the dynamic relationships between cathartic and frustrating effect of a stimulus emotional film]. Contributi dell’Istituto di Psicologia, U.C.S.C., 28, pp. 30-48.

Anderson, B. (1980) Eye Movement and Cinematic Perception. Journal of the University Film Association, 32, pp. 23-26.

Anderson, J.D. (1993a) A Cognitive Approach to Continuity. Post Script, 13(1), pp. 61-66.

Anderson, J.D. (1993b) Sound and Image Together: Cross-Modal Confirmation. Wide Angle, 15 (1), pp. 30-43.

Anderson, J.D. (1996) The Reality of Illusion: An Ecological Approach to Cognitive Film Theory. Carbondale: Southern Illinois University Press.

Anderson, J.D. (2002) Scene and Surface in the Cinema: Implications for Realism. Cinémas, 12(2), pp. 11-21.

Anderson, J.D., Hodgins, J.K. (2005) Perceiving Human Motion in Synthesised Images. In J.D. Anderson, B. Anderson (eds.) Moving Image Theory: Ecological Considerations. Carbondale: Southern Illinois University Press.

Anderson, J.D., Hodgins, J.K. (2005) Perceiving Human Motion in Synthesised Images. In J.D. Anderson, B. Anderson (ed.) Moving Image Theory: Ecological Considerations. Carbondale: Southern Illinois University Press.

Anderson, L., Shimamura, A.P. (2005) Influences of Emotion on Context Memory While

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Angelini, A. (1992) La psicologia del cinema [The Psychology of the Film]. Napoli: Liguori.

Anzieu, D. (1977) L’image, le texte et la pensée [The image, the text and the thought]. Nouv. Rev. Psychanalyse, 16, pp. 119-134.

Argentieri, S. (1991) Il ridicolo e il sublime: Cinema umoristico e tirannia [From the Ridiculous to the Sublime :Humorous film and tyranny]. In M. Argentieri (ed.) Risate di regime: La commedia italiana 1930-1944 [Laughter and Regime: Italian comedy]. Venezia: Marsilio.

Argentieri, S., Sapori, A. (1988) Freud a Hollywood [Freud in Hollywood]. Torino: Nuova ERI.

Aromi, A. (2006) see La Psicoanalisi, n. 40.

Arnehim, R. (1932) Film als Kunst. Berlin: Rowohlt (en. trans. Film as Art, Berkeley: University of California Press, 1957).

Arnehim, R. (1954) Art and Visual Perception: A Psychology of the Creative Eye. Berkeley: University of California Press.

Atkinson J. M. (1997) The psychiatrist, the patient, their relationship and the movies. Psychiatric Bulletin, 21, pp. 369-370.

Atwood, G.E. (1978) The Impact of Sybil on a Patient with Multiple Personality. Am. J. Psychoanal., 38, pp. 277-279.

Audibert, L. (1978) Le noir et blanc du rêve [Dream’s black and white]. Cinématographe, n. 35, pp. 7-10.

Augst, B. (1985) The Lure of Psychoanalysis: Film Theory. Camera Obscura, pp. 415-437.

Aulas, J.J. (1980) La folie dans le cinéma allemand [The madness in German cinema]. (1913-1933). Ann. Méd. Psychol.,138(2), pp. 925-938.

Aumont, J. (1971) Eisenstein avec Freud. Notes sur “Le mal voltarien” [Eisenstein with Freud. Notes on “The damage voltarien”]. Cahiers du cinéma, 226-227, pp. 68-74.

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Aumont, J., Bergala, A., Marie, M., Vernet, M. (1994) Estetique du film. Paris: Nathan (en. trans. Aesthetics of Film, Mishawaka: Better World Books).

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Bailey, J. (1989) see Psychoanalytic Inquiry, vol. 18, n. 2.

Baird, R. (2000) The Startle Effect: Implications for Spectator Cognition and Media Theory. Film Quarterly, 53(3), pp. 12-24.

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Balestieri, M., Caracciolo, S., Dalle Luche, R., Iazzetta, P., Senatore, I. (2010) Vero come la finzione [As True as Fiction], vol. 1 e 2. Milano: Springer.

Ballhausen, T., Krenn, G., Marinelli, L. (eds.) (2006) Psyche im Kino: Sigmund Freud und der Film [Psyche in the cinema: Sigmund Freud and the film]. Wien: Filmarchiv Austria.

Balsam, R.H. (reported by) (1996) Panel Report: Psychic Reality and Films, Chaired by H. Kimble Wrye. Int. J. Psycho-Anal., 77, pp. 595-599.

Barbera, A., Turigliatto, R. (1978) Leggere il cinema [Reading the cinema]. Milano: Mondatori.

Baroni, M.R, Cornoldi, C., De Beni, R, D’Urso, V., Palomba, D., Mainardi Peron, E., Stegnano, L. (1989) Emozioni in celluloide [Emotions on Films]. Milano: Raffaello Cortina.

Barthes, R. (1960) Le Problème de la signification au cinéma [The problem of meaning in film]. Rev. int. de filmologie, X, pp. 32-33.

Barthes, R. (1971) De l’œuvre au text. Revue d’Esthétique, 3, pp. 225-232 (en. trans. From Work to Text, in P. Rice, P. Waugh [eds.] Modern Literary Theory: A Reader, London: Edward Arnold, 1989).

Barthes, R. (1960-1970) Sul cinema [On the cinema], edited by S. Toffetti. Genova: Il Melangolo, 1994.

Barthes, R. (1975) see Communications, n. 23.

Bartsch, A. (2008) Meta-Emotion: How Films and Music Videos Communicate Emotions About Emotions. Projections, 2(1), pp. 45-59.

Bartsch, A., Appel, M., Storch, D. (2010) Predicting Emotions and Meta-Emotions at the Movies: The Role of the Need for Affect in Audiences Experience of Horror and Drama. Communication Research, 37,(2), pp. 167-190.

Bartucci, G. (ed.) (2000) Psicanálise, Cinema e Estéticas de Subjetivação [Psychoanalysis, Film and Aesthetics of Subjectivity]. Rio de Janeiro: Imago.

Basinger, J. (1993) A Woman’s Wiew: How Hollywood Spoke to Women, 1930-1960. New York: Knopf.

Battistini, A. (2007) see Psychoanalytic Inquiry, vol. 27, n. 4.

Baudry, J.L. (1975) see Communications, n. 23.

Baver, S.F., Balter, L., Hunt, W. (1978) The Detective Film as Myth: “The Maltese Falcon” and “Sam Spade”. Am. Imago, 35, pp. 275-296.

Bazin, A. (1952) Qu’ est-ce que le cinema? Paris: Ed. du Cerf (en. trans. What Is Cinema? vol. 1 & 2, Berkeley: University of California Press, 1967-71).

Bazin, A. (1975) Le cinéma de la cruauté. Paris: Flammarion (en. Trans. The Cinema of Cruelty, New York: Seaver Books 1982).

Becker de, R. (1957) Pour une psychanalyse du cinema [For a psychoanalysis of cinem]. Table Ronde, 109, pp. 79-89.

Beebe, J. (1990) see Journal of Popular Film and Television, vol. 18, n. 9.

Beebe, J. (1995) see Cahiers jungiens de psychanalyse, 83.

Beebe, J. (1996) Jungian Illumination of Film. Psychoanal. Rev., 83, pp. 579-587.

Bellavita, A. (2004a) La tecnologia come costrutto simbolico: Per un’applicazione della psicoanalisi al dispositivo cinematografico [The technology as symbolic construction: For an application of the psychoanalysis to the cinema device]. Comunicazioni Sociali, 26(1), pp. 109-115.

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Bellavita, A. (2005a) Schermi perturbanti [Upsetting Screens]. Milano: Vita e Pensiero.

Bellavita, A. (2005b) see La Valle dell’Eden, n. 15.

Bellavita, A. (2008) Inland Empire. In P. Bertetto (ed.) David Lynch. Venezia: Marsilio.

Bellin, J.D. (2005) Framing Monsters: Fantasy Film and Social Alienation. Carbondale: Southern Illinois University Press.

Bellocchio, M. (1995) see Cahiers jungiens de psychanalyse, 83.

Bellour, R. (1975) see Communications, n. 23.

Bellour, R. (1979a) L’analyse du film. Paris: Albatros (en. trans. The Analysis of Film, Bloomington: Indiana University Press, 2000).

Bellour, R. (1979b) Psychosis, Neurosis, Perversion. Camera Obscura, 3-4, pp. 104-132.

Beluffi, M. (1969) Cinema d’arte: Alienazione, psicoterapia [Film Art: Alienation, Psychotherapy]. Bologna: Il Mulino.

Benevelli, E. (1979) Analisi di una messa in scena: Freud e Lacan nel “Casanova” di Fellini [Analysis of a mise-en-scène: Freud and Lacan in Fellini’s “Casanova”]. Bari: Dedalo.

Benjamin, W. (1955) Das Kunstwerk im Zeitalter seiner Technischen Reproduzierbarkeit. Frankfurt am Main: Suhrkamp (en. trans. The Work of Art in the Age of Mechanical Reproduction, in Illuminations: Essays and Reflections, edited by H. Arendt, New York: Schocken Books, 1968).

Benton, R.J. (1984) Film as Dream: Alfred Hitchcock’s Rear Window. Psychoanal. Rev., 71, pp. 483-500.

Benton, R.J. (1990) Review of “Psychiatry and the Cinema”, by G.O. Gabbard, K. Gabbard. Psychoanal. Books, 1, pp. 344-348.

Benton, R.J. (1992a) Review of “Psychoanalysis & Cinema”, by E.A. Kaplan. Psychoanal. Books, 3, pp. 134-140.

Benton, R.J. (1992b) The Silence of the Lambs: Clarice Starling’s Analysis? Psychoanal. Rev., 79, pp 457-461.

Benton, R.J. (1993) Review of “Echo and Narcissus: Women’s Voices in Classical Hollywood Cinema”, by A. Lawrence. Psychoanal. Books, 4, pp. 370-373.

Benton, R.J. (1995) Review of “Screen Memories: Hollywood Cinema on the Psychoanalytic Couch”, by H.R. Greenberg. Psychoanal. Books, 6, pp. 301-305.

Benton, R., Tylim, I. (1997) Film and Violence: Introduction. Psychoanal. Rev., 84, pp. 657-666.

Benvenuto, S. (2001) “The Son’s Room” or Analysis Is Over. Journal of European Psychoanalysis, 12-13, pp. 163-172.

Berg-Cross, L., Jennings, P., Baruch, R. (1990) Cinematherapy: Theory and Application. Psychotherapy in Private Practice, 8, pp. 135-156.

Bergala, A. (1989) see Cinémaction, n. 50.

Bergstrom, J. (1979) Alternation, Segmentation, Hypnosis: Interview with Raymond Bellour. Camera Obscura, 3-4, pp. 71-103.

Bergstrom, J. (ed.) (1999) Endless Night, Cinema and Psychoanalysis: Parallel Histories. Berkeley-Los Angeles: University of California Press.

Berman, E. (1989) see Psychoanalytic Inquiry, vol. 18, n. 2.

Berman, E. (1997) Hitchcock’s Vertigo: The Collapse of a Rescue Fantasy. Int. J. Psycho-Anal., 78, pp. 975-996.

Berman, E. (1998) Arthur Penn’s Night Movies: A Film That Interprets Us. Int. J. Psycho-Anal., 79, pp. 175-178.

Bernardi, S. (1986) Teoremi della circolarità: L’infinito nel cinema [Theorems of circularity: The infinite in films]. Filmcritica, pp. 365-366.

Bernardi, S. (1999) Kubrick, Freud e la coazione a ripetere [Kubrick, Freud and the Repetition compulsion]. Bianco e Nero, 5, pp. 43-60.

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Bertetto, P. (2001a) L’enigma del desiderio [The enigma of the desire]. Venezia: Marsilio.

Bertetto, P. (2001b) Bella di giorno: L’immaginario, l’enigma [Belle de jour: Imaginary and enigma]. In V. Cordelli, L. De Giusti (eds.) L’occhio anarchico del cinema. Luis Buñuel [The anarchic eye of cinema. Luis Buñuel]. Milano: Il Castoro.

Bertetto, P., Monti, C. (2007) Robert Wiene: Il gabinetto del dottor Caligari [Robert Wiene: The Cabinet of Dr. Caligari]. Torino: Lindau.

Berton, M. (2004) Freud et l’«intuition cinégraphique»: Psychanalyse, cinéma et épistémologie [Freud and “cinegraphic intuition”: Psychoanalysis, Cinema and epistemology]. Cinémas: revue d’études cinématographiques/ Cinémas: Journal of Film Studies, 14, n. 2-3, pp. 53-73.

Bettetini, G. (1968) Cinema: Lingua e scrittura [Film: Language and writing]. Milano: Bompiani.

Bettetini, G. (1984) La conversazione audiovisiva [Audiovisual conversation]. Milano: Bompiani.

Bhugra, D. (2003a) Teaching Psychiatry Through Cinema. Psychiatr. Bull., 27, pp. 429-430.

Bhugra, D. (2003b) Using Films and Literature for Cultural Competence Training. Psychiatr. Bull., 27, pp. 427-428.

Bhugra, D. (2006) Mad Tales from Bollywood: Portrayal of Mental Illness in Conventional Hindi Cinema. London: Psychology Press.

Bhugra, D., De Silva, P. (2007) The Silver Screen, Printed Page and Cultural Competence. The Psychologist, 20, pp. 538-540.

Bick, I. (1992) Review of “Psychiatry and the Cinema”, by G.O., Gabbard, K. Gabbard. Psychoanal. Q., 61, pp. 304-308.

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Biesen, S.C. (2005) Blackout: World War II and the Origins of Film Noir. Baltimore: Johns Hopkins University Press.

Billström, J. (1936) Mental Hygiene and Film Control. Svemka Lakartidningen, 33, pp. 950-955.

Bingham, D. (1994) Acting Male: Masculinities in the Films of James Steward, Jack Nicholson and Clint Eastwood. New Brunswisk, NJ: Rutgers University Press.

Bleandonu, G. (1986) Le vidéo en thérapie [The Video in therapy]. Paris: Editions ESF.

Blothner, D. (1999) Erlebniswelt Kino. Über die unbewußte Wirkung des Films [Experience world cinema. About the unconscious effect of the film]. Bergisch, Gladbach: Lübbe.

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Bodin, G., Poulsen, I. (1994) Psychic Conflicts in Contemporary Language: An Analysis of the Film “Blue Velvet” by David Lynch. Scand. Psychoanal. Rev., 17(2), pp. 159-177.

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Bordwell, D. (1989) Making Meaning: Inference and Rhetoric in the Interpretation of Cinema. Cambridge: Harvard University Press.

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Bouman, J.C., Heuyer, G., Lebovici, S. (1953) Une expérience d’étude des groupes. Le processus de l’identification et l’importance de la suggestibilité dans la situation cinématographique [Experience of study groups. The process of identification and the importance of suggestibility in the cinematographic situation]. Rev. int. de filmologie, XIII(4), pp. 111-141.

Bourlez, F. (2005) see La Valle dell’Eden, n. 15.

Braga, P. (2003) Dal personaggio allo spettatore: Il coinvolgimento nel cinema e nella serialità televisiva americana [From the character to the spectator: The involvement in the film and in the American television seriality]. Milano: Franco Angeli.

Brandell, J.R. (2004a) Eighty Years of Dream Sequences: A Cinematic Journey Down Freud’s Royal Road. Am. Imago, 61(1), pp. 59-76.

Brandell, J.R. (ed.) (2004b) Celluloid Couches, Cinematic Clients: Psychoanalysis and Psychotherapy in the Movies. New York: State University of New York Press.

Branigan, E. (1978) Subjectivity Under Siege from Fellini’s 8 ½ to Oshima’s The Story of a Man Who Left His Will on Film. Screen, 19(1), pp. 7-40.

Braudy, L. (1977) Hitchcock, Truffaut, and the Irresponsible Audience. Film Quarterly, 21, pp. 21-27.

Brearley, M. (2000) On Making a Documentary Film on Psychoanalysis. Psychoanal. Psychother., 14, pp. 163-174.

Brearley, M., Sabbadini, A. (2008) The Truman Show: How’s It Going to End?. Int. J. Psycho-Anal., 89, pp. 433-440.

Brech, B. (1920-1956) Schriften zur Literatur und Kunst [Written on the literature and on the art], edited by W. Hecht. Frankfurt am Main: Suhrkamp, 1967.

Brinkmann, D. (1953) Zur Psychologie des Jugendfilms [On the Psychology of youth Films]. Der Psychologe Schwarzenburg, 5, pp. 89-93.

Browne, N. (1975) see Communications, n. 23.

Browne, N., McPherson, B. (1980) Dream and Photography in a Psychoanalytic Film: Dreams of a Soul. Dreamworks, 1, pp. 35-45.

Brudny, W. (1955) Der Sensation skulturfilm-eine Warnung [The danger of film sensation]. Film-Bild-Ton, 5(9), pp. 18-19, pp. 39-40.

Brüel, O. (1938) A Moving Picture as a Psychopathogenic Factor: A Paper on Primary Psychotraumatic Neurosis. Character and Personality, 7, pp. 68-76.

Brüel, O. (1953) Psychic Trauma Through the Cinema: An Illustrative Case. International Journal of Sexology, 7(2), pp. 61-63.

Bruner, J.S., Fowler, G. (1941) The Strategy of Terror: Audience Response to “Blitzkrieg im Westen”. Journal Abnormal and Social Psychology, 36.

Brunetta, G.P. (1997) Buio in sala: Cent’anni di passioni dello spettatore cinematografico [Dark in the room: One hundred years of passions of the cinema spectator]. Venezia: Marsilio.

Brunius, J.B. (1951) Le rêve, l’incoscient, le merveilleux [The dream, the unconscious, the wonderful]. L’âge du cinéma, n. 4-5, pp.10-14.

Bruno, E. (1980) Il ruolo dell’immaginario [The role of the imaginary]. In R. Guiducci et al. Mostri al microscopio: Critica del cinema catastrofico [Monsters under the microscope: Film Criticism catastrophic]. Venezia: Marsilio.

Bruno, G., Nadotti, M. (1991) Immagini allo schermo: La spettatrice e il cinema [Images on the screen: The female spectator and the film]. Torino: Rosenberg & Sellier.

Brunot, H. (1947) Faut-il pleurer au spectacle? [Is it necessary mourn to the show?]. Psyché: Revue internationale des sciences de l’homme et de psychanalyse, 11, pp. 935-939.

Brütsch, M., Hediger, V., von Keitz, U., Schneider, A., Tröhler, M. (eds.) (2005) Kinogefühle: Emotionalität und Film [Film feelings: Emotionalism and film]. Marburg: Schüren.

Buccheri, V., Colombo, S., Scaglioni, M. (1999) Suspense cinematografica e creazione dell’attenzione: Analisi comparata di due sequenze hitchcockiane [Cinema suspense and creation of attention: comparative analysis of two sequences hitchcockiane]. Ikon, n. 39, pp. 119-151.

Buckle, G.F. (1970) The Mind and the Film. New York: Arno Press.

Budd, M. (ed.) (1990) The Cabinet of Dr. Caligari. New Brunswick, NJ: Rutgers University Press.

Buhle, M. (1998) Feminism and Its Dicontents. Cambridge, MA: Harvard University Press.

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Bukatman, S. (1997) Blade Runner. London: British Film Institute.

Buren van, J. (1989) see Psychoanalytic Inquiry, vol. 18, n. 2.

Burnham, J. (1982) American Medicine’s Golden Age: What Happened to It? Science, 215, pp. 1474-1479.

Byrne, P. (2009) Why Psychiatrists Should Watch Films? Adv. Psychiatr. Treat., 15, pp. 286-96.

Campagner, L. (2006) L’avventura di essere donna: Appunti di cinema e psicoanalisi [The adventure of being a woman: Notes on cinema and psychoanalysis]. Milano: Odòn.

Campos, F.C. (2003) Cinema: Sonho e lucidez [Film dream and lucidity]. Rio de Janeiro: Azougue.

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Following are listed in chronological order, the special issues dedicated to the relationship between cinema and psychoanalysis.

Nederlands tijdschrift voor de psychologie en haar grensgebieden
[The Dutch Journal of Psychology and Its Border Territories]
Psychologische Bijdragen tot de Filmproblematiek
[Psychological contributions to the film problem] vol. VIII, n. 2, 1953

A. Querido De dadels van Hassan [The dates of Hassan].

R. Micha De cinématografische waarheid [The cinematographic truth].

P.Th. Hugenholtz Het moderne cultuurproduct [The modern cultural product].

J.M.L. Peters Psychologische processen bij het zien van een film [Psychological processes in seeing a movie].

S.J. Popma In de ban van de bioscoop [Under the spell of the cinema].

W.A. Hart Een igeiden onderzoek tot het probleem film en jeugd [An introduction to research the film.problem and youth].

Communications
Psychanalyse et Cinéma
n. 23, 1975

 

C. Metz Le signifiant imaginaire [The Imaginary Signifier].

J.L. Baudry Le dispositif: Approches méta psychologiques de l’impression de réalité (eng. trans. The Apparatus: Metapsychological Approaches to the Impression of Reality in the Cinema. Camera Obscura, 1, 1976, pp. 105-126).

J. Kisteva Eclipse sur la frayeur et la seduction spéculaire [Eclipse on terror and the specular seduction].

G. Rosolato Souvenir-écran [Screen memory].

J. Farges L’image d’un corps [The image of a body].

F. Guattari Le divan du pauvre [The couch of the poor].

R. Barthes En sortant du cinema [Leaving the cinema].

C. Metz Le film de fiction et son spectator [The fiction film and its spectator].

T. Kuntzel Le travail du film 2 [The work of the film].

D. Percheron Rire au cinéma [Laughter in the cinema].

N. Browne Rhétorique du texte [ Rhetoric of the text].

C.B. Clement Les Charlatans et les hystériques [The Charlatans and the hysterics].

M. Vernet Freud: Effets spéciaux mise en scène: U.S.A. [Freud: special effects staging: U.S.A.].

R. Bellour Le blocage symbolique [The blockage symbolic].

Cinema & Cinema
n. 13, 4, 1977

The number contains, among others, contributions:

F. La Polla Il terrore e lo sguardo [The terror and the gaze].

G. Grignaffini È arrivata la psiconanalisi [came the psychoanalysis].

E. Magrelli Psicoanalisi, finzione, sogno [Psychoanalysis, fiction, dream].

F. Casetti, Il terzo escluso: Film, psicoanalisi, morte del cinema [The excluded middle: Movies, psychoanalysis, death of cinema].

L’Ane: le magazine freudien
Issue Editors: P. Bonitzer, M. Silvestre, n. 7, 1982

A substantial part of this issue, is structured around the question: “The Cinema and the Impossible: Does the Art of the Image Touch the Real?”

C. Akerman
J.P. Beauviala
P. Bonitzer
M. Chion
S. Daney
F. D’Artois
J.L. Godard
B. Jacquot
C. Léger
M. Silvestre
S. Zizek

Cinémaction
Cinéma et psychanalyse
Issue Editors: A. Dhote, n. 50, 1989

C.B. ClementUn long flirt, une longue acoquinade [A long courtship, a long brotherhood], pp. 8-12.

A. Dhote Quelle rencontre? [What meeting?], pp. 13-19.

A. Bergala Réalisation et spectable, du scénario au montage: Le “travail de deuil” [Realization and show: From the screenplay to the editing: the “work of mourning”], pp. 22-25.

P. Sorlin Tournage et montage: Les fantasmes de la realization [Filming and editing: the fantasies of the realization], pp. 26-32.

F. Guattari Les agents de l’aliénation et du désir: La tension énonciative [The agents of alienation and the desire: the tension enunciative], pp. 33-37.

O. Bächler Images de films, images de rêves: Le véhicule de la vision [Movie images, images of dreams: the vehicle of vision], pp. 40-46.

F. Evrard Pulsion scopique et répétition: Les lunettes du cinéphile [Scopic drive and repetition: the glasses of cinephile], pp. 47-52.

M. Ferreri Au-delà du plaisir du film: Le spectateur-enfant [Beyond the pleasure of the film: the spectator-child], pp. 53-57.

A. Gillain Fantasme originaire: Le plaisir narrative [Primal phantasy: the narrative pleasure], pp. 60-67.

M. Serceau Projection et surface de l’écran entre le miroir et le divan [Projection and screen surface between the mirror and the couch], pp. 68-73.

D. SerceauIdentifications et aliénations: Le désir médiatisé [Identifications and alienations: the desire mediated], pp. 74-81.

D. Oppenheim L’image du fou: Folie que vouloir représenter la folie! [The image of the mad: madness to want to represent madness!], pp. 82-87.

M. Oms La vie quotidienne au cinéma: Image de la folie, folie des images [Daily life in the cinema: Image of madness, images madness], pp. 88-93.

M. Smihi Le plateau comme autre scène: Psychanalyse de la réalisation [The shelf as another scene: Psychoanalysis and the realization], pp. 104-107.

H. Joubert Laurencin Portraits: Pasolini-Freud, ou les chevilles qui enflent [Portraits: Pasolini, Freud, or ankles that swell], pp. 108-113.

J. Rouch La caméra comme lien social: Cinéma direct et ciné-transe [The camera as a social link: Direct Cinema and Drive-trance], pp. 114-119.

R. Dadoun Les inconscients parallèles [The unconscious parallel], pp. 122-124.

D. Clerc Maugendre Concordances conceptuelles [conceptual correspondences], pp. 125-129.

H. JoubertLaurencinDeux préhistoires [two prehistories], pp. 130-137.

C. Noële Pickmann Un jour la psychanalyse a rencontré la sémiologie [ One day psychoanalysis met the semiology], pp. 138-147.

M. Vernet Autour du suspense: Réflexions sur le fétichisme [Author the suspense: Reflections on fetishism], pp. 150-158.

R. Predal Le film fantastique, psychanalyse du pauvre? Sigmund, King-Kong, Tarzan et les autres [The fantasy film, psychoanalysis of the poor? Sigmund, King Kong, Tarzan and other], pp. 159-167.

C. Metz Cinéma, photo, fétiche [Cinema, photography, fetish], pp. 168-175.

A. Tardits La voix: Quand l’écran cède…[ The voice: When the screen gives…], pp. 178-182.

F. Vanoye Esquisse d’une réflexion sur l’émotion [Outline of a reflection on emotion], pp. 183-191.

Psychonalalytic Inquiry
Projections of Psychic Reality: A Centennial of Film and Psychoanalysis
Issue editors: D. Diamond, H. Kimble Wrye, vol. 18, n. 2, 1989

D. Diamond, H., Kimble Wrye Prologue, pp. 139-146.

A. Mason Melanie Klein’s Notes on “Citizen Kane” with Commentary, 147-153.

A. Corel Language and Time in “Citizen Kane”, pp. 154-160.

G.O. Gabbard Vertigo: Female Objectification, Male Desire, and Object Loss, pp. 161-167.

H. Kimble Wrye Tuning a Clinical Ear to the Ambiguous Chords of Jane Campion’s The Piano, pp. 168-182.

B.E. Stevenson Silenced Women, Personal Art, and Motherhood, pp. 183-192.

E. Berman The Film Viewer: From Dreamer to Dream Interpreter, pp. 193-206.

J.K. Welles Rituals: Cinematic and Analytic, pp.207-221.

A. Harris, R.Sklar Wild Film Theory, Wild Film Analysis, pp. 222-237.

G. Bodin, I. Poulsen “Blue Velvet” by David Lynch: A Fairy Tale About the Developmental Conflicts of Growing from Boyhood to Manhood, pp. 238-250.

W. Zusman The Conversation: Psychic Reality, Neutrality, and Reaction Formation, pp. 251-256.

L.Weinstein Looking at Reality: Perversion, Illusion, and the Primal Scene in Peter Greenaway’s The Draughtman’s Contract, pp. 257-268.

A. Kramer Richards Woman as Medusa in Basic Instinct, pp. 269-280.

I. Tylim The Vampire Game, pp. 281-290.

J. Van Buren Food for Thought in the Film Fried Green Tomatoes, pp. 291-300.

J. Bailey The Battle Within: A Filmmaker’s Psychic Odyssey, pp. 301-310.

D. Diamond, H. Kimble Wrye Epilogue, pp. 311-332.

 

Journal of Popular Film and Television
Psychoanalysis and Cinema
Issue editor: H.R Greenberg , vol. 18, n. 9, 1990

H.R. Greenberg Celluloid and Psyche, pp. 3-5.

K. Gabbard, O.G. Gabbard Play It Again, Sigmund: Psychoanalysis and the Classical Hollywood Text, pp. 6-17.

J. Conlon Making Love, Not War: The Soldier Male in Top Gun and Coming Home, pp 18-27.

J. Beebe The Notorious Post War Psyche, pp. 28-35.

I. Schneider Deus ex Animo, or Why a Doc? pp. 36-39.

 

American Imago
Psychoanalysis and Cinema
Issue editor: E.A. Kaplan, vol. 50, 1993

E.A. Kaplan Introduction, pp. 393-400.

M. Haskell To Have and Have Not: The Paradox of the Female Star, pp. 401-420.

K. Gabbard, G.O. Gabbard Phallic Women in the Contemporary Cinema, pp. 421-440.

S. Flitterman-Lewis Surrealist Cinema: Politics, History, and the Language of Dreams, pp. 441-456.

L.J. Kaplan Fits and Misfits: The Body of a Woman, pp. 457-480.

E.A. Kaplan The Couch Affair: Gender and Race in Hollywood Transference, pp. 481-514.

I. Livingston The Traffic in Leeches: David Cronenberg’s Rabid and the Semiotics of Parasitism, pp. 515-533.

 

Post Script
Psychoanalysis and film
Issue editor: K. Gabbard, vol. 14, 1, 1994 and vol. 14, 2, 1995

 

American Imago
Psychoanalysis and Cinema
Issue editor E.A. Kaplan, vol. 52, 1995

E.A. Kaplan Introduction, pp. 127-131.

J. Reeder The Uncastrated Man: The Irrationality of Masculinity Portrayed in Cinema, pp. 131-155.

J.S. Lee Spike Lee’s Malcolm X as Transformational Object, pp. 155-169.

M. Walsh Reality, the Real, and the Margaret-Thatcher-Signifier in Two British Films of the 1980s, pp. 169-191.

R. Humphries Lacan and the Ostrich: Desire and Narration in Bunuel’s Le Fantôme de la Liberté, pp. 191-205.

R. Lang Innerspace: A Spectacular Voyage to the Heart of Identity, pp. 205-237.

 

Cahiers jungiens de psychanalyse
Cinéma: Une approche jungienne
n. 83, 1995

A. Agnel Éditorial: Cinéma, une approche jungienne [Editorial: Cinema, a Jungian approach].

N. Ward Jouve Rue everlor [Street Everlor].

J. Beebe L’anima dans les films [The anima in the movies].

G. Guy-Gillet L’image au cinema [The image at the cinema].

D.M. Lagarde Le nouveau cinéma juste en bas de la rue [The new cinema just down the street].

A. Agnel Les métamorphoses du héros fordien [The metamorphosis of Fordist hero].

C. Veschambre De quel oubli nous tirent ces images [What we forget these images derive].

C. Winkler-Besone Le retour des anges. “Les ailes du désir” et “Si loin, si proche” de Wim Wenders [The return of the angels. “Wings of Desire” and “Faraway, so close” by Wim Wenders].

J. Dourvault Ce qui nous est montré [What we is shown].

L. Franquet-Soissons Quentin Tarantino «Juste du sang dans les yeux» [Quentin Tarantino “Just blood in their eyes”.].

D. Isoppo «Fatalitas ?» [Fatalitas].

M. Bellocchio Le triangle renversé [The triangle renverse].

M. Serenellini Le silence de l’innocent [The silent of the lamb].

F. Rondeleux Père-fils, une rencontre nouvelle [Father-son, a new meeting].

 

La Valle dell’Eden
Dossier Schermi psicoanalitici
Issue editor: R. Salvatore, Anno VII, n. 15, 2005

R. Salvatore Introduzione [introduction].

L. Albano Lo scudo di Perseo e lo schermo cinematografico [The shield of Perseus and the movie screen].

B. Le Maître Economia plastica del desiderio [Plastic Economic of Desire].

A. Bellavita Il fantasma cinematografico: un quadro sulla finestra del reale [The Phantom of the film: a frame a frame on the window of the real].

V. Pravadelli Psicoanalisi e Feminist Film Theory: da Mulvey agli anni Novanta [Psychoanalysis and Feminist Film Theory: from Mulvey to the nineties].

P. Fuery Lo sguardo abrasivo e le vellications del sublime [The abrasive look and the vellications of the sublime].

S. Rollet Lo scudo di Perseo: le figure del doppio in Viaggio a Cytera di Anghelopulos [The shield of Perseo: the figures of the double quantity in Travel to Cytera di Anghelopulos].

R. Salvatore In the Mood for Love: tempi e desideri [In the Mood for Love: times and desires].

S. Trinchero Une sale histoire: cronaca di un voyeurismo [A dirty story: Chronicle of a voyeurismo].

F. Bourlez Edipo Re o la “macchina da presa accecata”di Pasolini [Edipo King or the “movie camera blinded” of Pasolini].

F. Polato D’altro canto …[ On the other hand…].

 

La Psicoanalisi
Cinema
n. 40, 2006

J. Lacan L’Assassin musicien de Benoit Jacquot [The Assassin musician Benoit Jacquot] (1976).

J.A. Miller Dall’immagine allo sguardo [From the image to the eye].

B. Roberti “Nello specchio” di De Oliveira [“In the mirror” by De Oliveira].

R. Salvatore Il corpo della donna nel cinema di François Truffaut [The body of the woman in the film by François Truffaut].

A. Aromi La connessione tra cinema e psicoanalisi. Ciò che “Million Dollar Baby” può insegnare [The connection between cinema and psychoanalysis. What “Million Dollar Baby” can teach].

Y. Depelsenaire Il cinema e il mito [The cinema and the myth].

Other contributions: R. Salvatore, L. Albano, Y. Depelsenaire, F. Fonteneau, F. Bourlez, A. Bellavita, B. Roberti, M. Bassols, A. Aromi, A. Monselesan, F. Sisto, M. Egge.

 

Psychoanalytic Inquiry
Psychoanalytic Visions of Cinema/Cinematic Visions of Psychoanalysis
Vol. 27, n. 4, 2007

D. Diamond, H. Kimble-Wrye, A. Sabbadini Prologue, pp. 367-380.

A. Sabbadini, B. Bertolucci Psychoanalysis: The 11th Muse (conversazione), pp. 381-394.

M.V. Costantini, P. Golinelli The Birth of Psychoanalysis: From Incestuous Couples to Transference Love, pp. 395-408.

H.B. Sklarew Musical Blending and Altruistic Surrender in Bertolucci’s Besieged (1999), pp. 409-418

A. Sabbadini On the Merging of Temporalities in Bernardo Bertolucci’s Histoire d’Eaux (2002), pp. 419-424.

D. Diamond Passion for Survival in Polanski’s: The Pianist, pp. 425-439.

A. Stein Music and Trauma in Polanski’s: The Pianist (2002), pp. pp. 440-454.

H. Kimble-Wrye Perversion Annihilates Creativity and Love: A Passion for Destruction in Hanekes The Piano Teacher, pp. 455-466.

M.V. Costantini, P. Golinelli Aestheticism and Creativity in 1900: The Legend of the Pianist on the Ocean by Giuseppe Tornatore (Italy, 1998), pp. 467-473.

D. Diamond Attachment Disorganization and Creativity in Fanny and Alexander, pp. 474-480.

A. Sabbadini Three Sisters: Sibling Knots in Ingmar Bergmans Cries and Whispers (2006), pp. 481-486.

E. Marchiori, R.Goisis, M. De mariFrom Father to Son: Adolescence and the Relationship Between Fathers and Sons Seen Through Two Generations of Italian Film Directors, pp. 487-503.

A. Battistini Uneasy Love: Sentimental Diseases and Crisis of the Couple in Antonionis Movies, pp. 504-509.

H. Taylor Robinson The Ego, the Eye, and the Camera Lens A Psychoanalytic Reading of Traumatic Loss and Mourning in Krzysztof Kieslowskis Three Colours Blue (1993), pp. 510-524.

C. Ortuges Central European Twins: Psychoanalysis and Cinema in Ildiko Enyedis My Twentieth Century, pp. 525-539.

D. Diamond, H. Kimble-Wrye, A. Sabbadini Epilogue, pp. 540-543.

 

La Psicoanalisi
Jacques Lacan regarde le cinéma il cinema guarda Jacques Lacan
n. 43-44, 2008

J. Lacan Psicoanalisi ed “evento” [Psychoanalysis and “event”] (1969).

J.A. Miller L’inconscio reale [The real unconscious].

A. Di Ciaccia, B. Jacquot, J. Miller Tavola rotonda su Lacan e il cinema [Panel discussion on Lacan and film].

L. Dardenne Il cinema del reale [The cinema of the real].

M. Egge “Calcutta” di Louis Malle [“Calcutta” by Louis Malle].

C. Menghi Lacan con Fellini [Lacan with Fellini].

Other contributions: C. Menghi, A. Vicens, F. Bourlez, M. Egge, R. Salvatore, L. Albano, A. Bellavita, R. Cavasola, F. Biagi-chai, B. Roberti, A. Monselesan, A. Zenoni.

Sergio Stagnitta, Psycologyst and Psychoanalytic Psychotherapist.
Creator of the site “cinema and psychology”: http://www.cinemaepsicologia.it
e-mail: sergiostagnitta@yahoo.it

Marco Tramonte, Psycologyst and Psychoanalytic Psychotherapist.
Creator of the site “cinema and psychology”: http://www.cinemaepsicologia.it
mail: marco.tramonte@libero.it

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