|Title||Freud's Lost Lecture|
|Author of screenplay||Levy, Deborah|
Freud’s Lost Lecture is a six minute film Directed and created by Jane Thorburn in collaboration with the twice Man Booker shortlisted author Deborah Levy. The film was created in three acts for screening as separate parts on Instagram. The six minute version is intended for cinema and festival screenings.
Awarded: Best Adaptation of Freudian Theory. Sigmund Freud Film Festival May 2019
|Date||26 Feb 2019|
|Keywords||Deborah Levy, Freud, Hysteria, Psycho-Analysis, Feminism, Artists Film, Dreams, Surrealism, Clockwork Ballerina.|
|Place of publication||Columbia Global Centres. Photography and Hysteria conference. Paris. France. Feb 2019 Award winner: Best Adaptation of Freudian Theory. Sigmund Freud Film Festival. Tampa Florida USA. May 2019 Dream interpretations and re-imaginings. The Regent Street Cinema, London FINALIST. Oaxaca Film Festival. Mexico October 2019 Selected for the European Psychoanalytic Film Festival November 2019 Selected by The Freud Museum as part of ‘Festival of the Uncanny’. November 2019|
|Official selection Buenos Aires International Film Festival October 2019. Official selection BLOW UP Film Festival November 2019 Chicago. USA|