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Bion in Film Theory and Analysis : the Retreat in Film.

Author: Carla Ambrósio Garcia
Publisher: Florence : Taylor and Francis, 2016.
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Genre/Form: Electronic books
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Ambrósio Garcia, Carla.
Bion in Film Theory and Analysis : The Retreat in Film.
Florence : Taylor and Francis, ©2016
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Carla Ambrósio Garcia
ISBN: 9781317274520 1317274520
OCLC Number: 965778747
Description: 1 online resource (185 pages)
Contents: Cover; Half Title; Title Page; Copyright Page; Table of Contents; List of figures; Preface; Acknowledgements; Introduction; Part I The retreat in cinema; 1 Rethinking the cinematic apparatus with Bion's theory of thinking; Introduction; The dream-screen: wish-fulfilment?; Kleinian developments; Cinema as an integrated object; Absence covered over?; Unpleasure, anxiety, pain and the epistemophilic instinct; Thoughts in search of a thinker; The capacity to suffer pain, and container/contained transformed; 'Won from the void and formless infinite'; Conclusion. 2 Rethinking the cinematic apparatus with Bion's concept of OIntroduction; Cinema and Plato's cave: an exhausted analogy; Cinema with no memory, desire or understanding; Being or becoming real in and through the cinema; Part II The retreat in film; Introduction to part II; 3 The caesuras in Through a Glass Darkly; Introduction; The 'trilogy of faith'; Gesture and space of retreat as caesura; Past, present and future; The messianic hope; 4 Caesura and binocular vision in Pigsty; Introduction; Transgression, ambivalence, martyrdom ... and epistemophilia; Symbol-formation. The imaginary twin: caesura and binocular visionForm as attention and inquiry; 5 The caesura and the images of the point, the line, and the circle in A Man Asleep; Introduction; Species of spaces and things; Rupture, Apprenticeship, Happiness; Anxiety, Monsters, Destruction; Return; 6 The caesura and the compartments of the internal mother in The Convent; Introduction; Spaces of retreat in the films of Oliveira; The aesthetic conflict and emergence from the claustrum as caesuras; Conclusion; Conclusion; Index.

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