4 week Series on Monday Evenings
Richmond Library Meeting Rm - 415 Church St Richmond 3121 - (Map Here)
Monday Evenings 7.30pm - 9.30pm
Jungian Archetype in Film
John Noack - Shape of Water and 81/2 (Fellini)
Annette Lowe - The Secret Life of Walter Mitty and V for Vendetta
As watching the movies is not part of the Monday night workshops, John Noack will be viewing the Shape of Water and Fellini's 81/2 before the workshops. He is inviting those interested to join him.
Movie: 'Shape of Water’ - 2pm Sunday 23 and Sunday 30 June at John's home.
Movie: Fellini's '81/2' - 2pm Sunday 28 July and Sunday 4 August at a member's home.
Please contact him at firstname.lastname@example.org, or the Society secretary Jean-Marc Micallef at email@example.com to receive John's address. tea/coffee and nibbles available.
These viewings are free and not part of the workshop.
Alternatively you can organise to watch the movies yourself.
Borrow the movie … Watch the film … alone or with others …
"The cinema, like the detective story. enables us to experience without danger to ourselves all the excitements, passions and fantasies which have to be repressed in a humanistic age."
~ Carl Jung, CW 10, para. 195.
Come to the discussions: July 1, August 5, September 2, October 10.
This is a pilot series and if successful will explore more films in the future.
Come along and support us.
Certificates of Attendance available - more info Here
SHAPE OF WATER
“Unable to perceive the shape of You, I find You all around me.”
“Accept me as I am. Only then can we discover each other.”
The Secret Life of Walter Mitty
“To see the world … to find each other and to feel. That is the purpose of life.”
V for VENDETTA
“Beneath this mask there is more than flesh. Beneath this mask there is an idea.”
Broodryk C. W. (2006). The moving image: contemporary film analysis and analytical psychology (Unpublished doctoral dissertation). University of Pretoria, Pretoria, South Africa. To View - click Here
Densmore, M.I. (2012). A Jungian approach to three new German cinema films utilizing the archetype of the Other (Shadow) and the affect of fear through visual presentation of the Other (Unpublished doctoral dissertation). Florida State University, Florida, FL. To view - click Here
Hall, G. (2013. The Jungian Psychology of Cool: Ryan Gosling and the Repurposing of Midcentury Male Rebels. Proceedings of The National Conference On Undergraduate Research (NCUR) 2013, University of Wisconsin La Crosse, WI April 11 – 13, 2013. To view - click Here
Hauke, C., & Hockley, L. (2012). Jung and Film II: The Return: Further Post-Jungian Takes on the Moving Image. Routledge.
Mike Myers article: What makes a Jungian film analysis significant. To view - click Here
Refund policy - Refunds for monies paid (less $25 admin fee) will be issued upon receipt of written request 7-days prior to the commencement of the workshop, course or event.
If less than 7-days notice, only 50% of the full fee will be refunded. Once the workshop, course or event has commenced, no refunds will be allowed.