Cinema and Phenomenology: Mary & Max

mary-and-max-movie-poster-2009-1020505089Our first film projection for this autumn will be “Mary and Max“, a charming animation movie released in 2009, by Adam Elliot.

It will take place on Friday October, 9th at 15h00 in UQAM Psychology department (in Montreal), room SU-1550.

The film will be introduced by Isabelle Soulières (PhD in Psychology and professor in UQAM psychology department). It will then be followed by a discussion, to which everybody present will be invited to participate.

This event is organized in collaboration with the CARPH and UQAM department of Psychology.

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Cinema and Phenomenology: Life is Beautiful (la vita è bella)

la-vie-est-belleOur next film projection for this new year will be “Life is Beautiful“, the famous movie released in 1997, directed by Roberto Benigni.

It will take place on Thursday March, 19th at 17h30 in UQAM Psychology department (in Montreal), room SU-1550. This will be our 7th conference about Cinema and Phenomenology.

The film will be introduced by Serge Carrier (M. psed., M.A. drama-therapy & socio-therapist). It will then be followed by a discussion, to which everybody present will be invited to participate.

This event is organized in collaboration with the CARPH and UQAM department of Psychology.

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Cinema and Phenomenology: Detachment

DetachmentOur next film projection for this new year will be “Detachment“, a movie released in 2011, directed by Tony Kaye and staring Adrien Brody.

It will take place on Thursday February, 19th at 17h45 in UQAM Psychology department (in Montreal), room SU-1550. This will be our 6th conference about Cinema and Phenomenology.

The film will be introduced by Tony Gosselin, PhD/PsyD student with Bernd Jager and with the presence of Jacques Quintin, professor of Ethics at the University of Sherbrooke. It will then be followed by a discussion, to which everybody present will be invited to participate.

This event is organized in collaboration with the CARPH and UQAM department of Psychology.

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Cinema and Phenomenology: 12 Angry Men

12 Angry MenOur first film projection for this new year will be “12 Angry Men“, a movie released in 1957, directed by Sidney Lumet and staring Henry Fonda.

It will take place on Tuesday January, 27th at 17h45 in UQAM Psychology department (in Montreal), room SU-1550. This will be our 5th conference about Cinema and Phenomenology.

The film will be introduced by Florian Ibarruthy, PhD/PsyD student with Mr Christian Thiboutot. It will then be followed by a discussion, to which everybody present will be invited to participate.

This event is organized in collaboration with the CARPH and UQAM department of Psychology.

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Cinema and Phenomenology: Alabama Monroe

Affiche - Alabama MonroeOur last film projection for this year will be “Alabama Monroe” (also named “The Broken Circle Breakdown“).

It will take place on Tuesday December, 16th at 17h45 in UQAM Psychology department (in Montreal), room SU-1550. This will be our 4th conference about Cinema and Phenomenology.

Our theme this month is about mourning, modernity and faith.

The film will be introduced by Éric Vin, PhD/PsyD student with Mr Jager. It will then be followed by a discussion, to which everybody present will be invited to participate.

This event is organized in collaboration with the CARPH and UQAM department of Psychology.

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Cinema and Phenomenology: Lost in Translation

Lost in TranslationDon’t miss the projection of “Lost in Translation“, on Thursday November, 20th at 17h45 in UQAM Psychology department (in Montreal), room SU-1550. This will be our third conference about Cinema and Phenomenology.

Our theme this month is about existence, modernity and strangeness.

We have the honour this month to welcome Jacques Quintin, professor at the University of Sherbrooke, who will introduce the film. It will then be followed by a discussion, to which everybody present will be invited to participate.

This event is organized in collaboration with the CARPH and UQAM department of Psychology.