Psychiatry, Psychoanalysis, and Psychology at the Cinema


Film Studies For Free was suitably inspired (not to say, ‘psyched’…) — by an engaging series of articles by Simon Augustine, M.Div. (hosted by GreenCine Daily: parts 1, 2, 3, & 4) on the representation of mental illness in American cinema — to draw up its own, proper, live-links list to openly-accessible work on cinematic representations of psychiatry, psychoanalysis and mental illness.

This particular search really did turn up some wonderful resources and will hopefully be of interest not only to some of us film-studies folk, but also to anyone approaching this topic from the increasingly ‘film-curious’ field of mental-health care.

Written studies:

Video resources:

Further, written, cinema-related resources for mental health practitioners:

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