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New Center For Psychoanalysis, Extension Division
2014 Sawtelle Blvd, Los Angeles, CA 90025
310.478.6541   • 
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Film & Mind Series

Coordinated by Thomas M. Brod, MD & Apurva Shah, MD

New Center for Psychoanalysis

2014 Sawtelle Blvd, LA 90025

This program is licensed by the MPAA to screen these films for educational purposes

Continuing Education information at: http://www.n-c-p.org/edu-filmbook.asp

See below to review past and future programming of the Film & Mind Series

New Center for Psychoanalysis

Film & Mind Series Spring 2017

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Don't Think Twice Mustang Swiss Army Man Demolition Fire At Sea Cafe Society 13th I am Not your Negro In the mood For Love A Tale of Love & Darkness

 

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Behind the Silver Screen: Psychoanalysis and Film

 Apurva V. Shah, M.D. & Thomas M. Brod, M.D. 

Saturday November 14, 2015


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Slavery’s Shadow: Racism In the American Psyche

Saturday February 21, 2015

The tragic history of slavery in America has left its mark on all, regardless of racial identity.

An illness infects the American psyche. Call it the heritage of slavery, or racism, all Americans of our diverse culture are affected by its dynamic and pernicious projections from the unconscious.

Diverse as we Americans are, our cultural psyche has been distorted and stained by a madness about skin color, projective fear, and devaluation/overvaluation splitting. Tragic violence in society is only a surface manifestation of the destructive forces at work inside nearly every American.

In this first day-long program from the NCP Film & Mind series, psychoanalytic thought leaders will use film clips from such films as  The Butler, Django Unchained, 12 Years A Slave, Get On the Bus, and Fruitvale to help us learn the depths of disturbance left in the path of the intergenerational transmission of the dehumanization trauma of slavery.

Recognizing the predominance of European heritage psychotherapists and psychoanalysts likely to be in our audience, the program will offer an opportunity for participants to process an opening of their unconscious networks under the guidance of experienced small and large group leaders.

 

To enhance our personal and clinical awareness as psychotherapists and psychoanalysts facilitated groups offer program participants an opportunity share and reflect on the day’s experience.

ORGANIZING COMMITTEE: Thomas Brod, MD, Chair, Ronald Boutelle, Ph.D., John Lundgren, M.D., and Apurva Shah, M.D.

details, click link: slavery program Feb 21 brochure

 


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Observing the Erotic Imagination in Ancient India

Thomas M. Brod MD & Apurva Shah MD

Thursday August 14, 2014

details (click on link): Observing the Erotic Imagination of  Ancient India

 

 

 

 


 

Film & Mind Series

Coordinated by Thomas M. Brod, MD & Apurva Shah, MD

New Center for Psychoanalysis

2014 Sawtelle Blvd, LA 90025

310-478-6541

NCP Friday Nite Film Program 

This program is licensed by the MPAA to screen these films for educational purposes

Current listing at: http://www.n-c-p.org/edu-filmbook.asp

Screenings followed by Discussion with local Psychoanalysts

Friday night programs, scheduled  from 7:15 -10:15

$20 fee includes CME/CEUs.

Spring 2016 (starting time will be 7:15 pm)

Love & Mercy

February 19   Love & Mercy Discussants: Jill Lummus, Sylvia Jones

 

 

 

 

 

Phoenix

 

March 4           Phoenix. Discussants: Bettina Soestwohner, Lisa Vitti

 

 

 

 

 

 

Meet The Patels

March 18         Meet the Patels Discussants: Josh Richmond, Jill Model Barth

 

 

 

 

 

Diary of a Teenage Girl

April 1,             Diary of a Teenage Girl, Discussants: Elena Balashova-Shamis, Deborah Lynn

 

 

 

 

 

 

Me & Earl & Dying Girl

April 15            Me & Earle & the Dying Girl, Discussants: Thomas Brod, Apurva Shah

 

 

 

 

 

May 6,             Rashomon, DisRoshomoncussants: Pranav Shah + Albert Morell

 

 

 

 

 

American SplendorMay 20            American Splendor, Discussants: Julie Tepper, Justin Shubert

 

 

 

 

 

RoomJune 3,             Room, Discussant: Sandra Cohen

 

 

 

 

 

Fall-Winter 2015

  1. Ex Machina, Discussants Joseph Verrone, Lisa Vitti

2. The Past, Discussants Shahin Sakhi and Afsaneh Alisobhani

  1. Clouds Of Sils Maris, Discussants, Janet Smith and Allan Rabinowitz
  2. Force Majeuere ,discussants, Bettina Soestwohner and Deborah Lynn
  3. It Follows, Discussants, Jill Model Barth and Josh Richmond
  4. Ida, Discussants, Miriam Tasini and Apurva Shah
  5. 7. Hiroshima Mon Amour, Discussants, Rina Freedman and Pranav Shah

Spring 2015

  1. Venus in Fur, discussants Thomas Brod and Joshua Richmond
  2. Only Lovers Left Alive, discussants Bettina Soestwohner and Kathleen Gates
  3. The Lunchbox, discussants Jill Model Barth andPranav Shah
  4. Words and Pictures, discussants Julie Tepper and Ben Kohn
  5. Calvary, discussants Thomas Brod and Don Freeman
  6. Gloria, discussants Apurva Shah and Albert Morell

Fall-Winter 2014-15

A Great Beauty,  Sept 19, 2014                                         Under the Skin, Dec. 12

Philomena, Oct 10                                                                Lunch Box, Jan. 16, 2015

The Railway Man, Nov. 14                                                Fading Gigolo, Jan. 30, 2015

Short-Term 12, Nov. 21

 

A Great Beauty

Under The Skin The Lunchbox Short Term 12 Railway Man poster Philomena Fading Gigolo

 

New Center for Psychoanalysis

2014 Sawtelle Blvd, LA 90025

310-478-6541

NCP Friday Nite Film Program Spring 2014

http://www.n-c-p.org/edu-filmbook.asp

Coordinated by Thomas M. Brod, MD & Apurva Shah, MD