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Selected Videographic Essays and Criticism by Catherine Grant

INTERPLAY

Published, with a short accompanying text, here: Catherine Grant, 'INTERPLAY: (Re)Finding and (Re)Framing Cinematic Experience, Film Space, and the Child’s World', LOLA, 6, 2015. Online at: lolajournal.com/6/interplay.html

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First screened at the “Pictures, Places and Living Memory, with Annette Kuhn” event, Film Studies, Queen Mary University of London, June 13, 2015

This video was inspired and informed by the work of Annette Kuhn, especially the following texts:

•• “MANDY and Possibility,”
Screen 33.3 (1992)

• • FAMILY SECRETS: ACTS OF MEMORY AND IMAGINATION
(London: Verso, 1995/2002)

• • RATCATCHER
(London: BFI, 2008)

• • “Thresholds: Film as Film and the Aesthetic Experience,”
SCREEN 46.4 (2005)

• • “Cinematic Experience, Film Space, and the Child’s World,” CANADIAN JOURNAL OF FILM STUDIES/REVUE CANADIENNE D’ÉTUDES CINÉMATOGRAPHIQUES 19.2, Fall (2010)

• • (ed.), LITTLE MADNESSES: WINNICOTT, TRANSITIONAL PHENOMENA AND CULTURAL EXPERIENCE
(London: I.B. Tauris, 2013)

IMAGES AND SOUNDS FROM:

• • MY AIN FOLK
(Bill Douglas, 1973)

• • MANDY
(Alexander Mackendrick, 1952)

• • RATCATCHER
(Lynne Ramsay, 1999)

• • DISTANT VOICES, STILL LIVES
(Terence Davies, 1988)

• • WHERE IS THE FRIEND'S HOME?
(Abbas Kiarostami, 1987)

• • “It’s Time to Dream,”
(Newell-Nascimbene, 1956).
Sung by Mandy Miller in the titles’ sequences of CHILD IN THE HOUSE (Cy Endfield, 1956).

• • “’Cello Song,”
(Nick Drake, Five Leaves Left,1970).
Used in the soundtrack to RATCATCHER.

VIDEO:
Catherine Grant, 2015