Collection Items

  • Film, Video
    [Sigmund Freud--home movies].
    Freud, Sigmund--home movie excerpts | Sigmund Freud--home movies
    The film opens with a close-up of Sigmund Freud in conversation, sitting outdoors, holding a cigar, and casually feeding one of his chows. The scene then shifts to Freud walking down a country lane with three adults and two children. The group includes Anna Freud. The others are most likely Martin Freud and Dorothy T. Burlingham, with two of her children. The film was...
    • Date: 1925
  • Film, Video
    [Sigmund Freud visits Simmel in Tegel--home movies].
    Briehl film: S. Freud visits Simmel in Tegel | S. Freud visits Simmel in Tegel--home movies | Sigmund Freud--home movies
    This film was made during a visit by Sigmund Freud to Sanatorium Schloss Tegel and Psychoanalytische Klinik, opened by Ernst Simmel in Berlin in 1927. The 1906 building was renovated for Simmel by Freud's son Ernst L. Freud, an architect then practicing in Berlin. Sigmund Freud was a frequent guest at Tegel before the sanatorium closed in 1931. This film is likely to have...
    • Date: 1928
  • Film, Video
    [Sigmund Freud, original film--home movies.
    Freud, Sigmund, original film | Sigmund Freud--home movies
    Compilation of various films. The montage begins with Sigmund and Martha Freud's fiftieth wedding anniversary celebration in Grinzing, Vienna, Austria, in September 1936. Family members, guests, and residents from the surrounding countryside are shown arriving and greeting the Freuds. The camera then follows the Brunswicks' daughter Matilda at play with another child, possibly a Freud granddaughter. Attached to these segments are earlier films showing...
    • Date: 1929
  • Film, Video
    [Sigmund Freud and Anna and grandchildren in Grundlsee, 1930--home movies].
    Freud & Anna and grandchildren in Tegel, 1929 or 1930 | Briehl film: Freud & Anna and grandchildren in Tegel, 1929 or 1930 | Sigmund Freud--home movies
    The film opens with Sigmund Freud, Martha Freud, Anna Freud, and Paulette Laforgue, wife of the French psychoanalyst René Laforgue, standing on a balcony or terrace at Lake Grundlsee, Austria, where the Freud family stayed in the late summer of 1930. The view shifts from the balcony to the lake. A child, possibly a grandson, is shown in profile as rowers glide across the...
    • Date: 1930
  • Film, Video
    [Sigmund Freud at Grundlsee, Austria and Pötzleinsdorf, Vienna, Austria--home movies].
    Freud, Sigmund at Pötzleinsdorf, Vienna, Austria | Sigmund Freud--home movies
    Compilation of various films. It opens with separate scenes of Sigmund and Martha Freud standing on a balcony or terrace overlooking the lake in Grundlsee, Austria, in late summer 1930. They are joined by Paulette Laforgue, the wife of René Laforgue. In another scene Anna Freud is shown standing by the lake at Grundlsee. Other scenes depict French psychoanalyst Jean Frois-Wittmann; Paulette and René...
    • Date: 1930
  • Film, Video
    [Pötzleinsdorf, July 1932, Professor, with Prof. Löwy-- Sigmund Freud--home movies]
    Freud, Sigmund at Pötzleinsdorf, Vienna, Austria, July 1932 | Sigmund Freud--home movies
    Filmed in Pötzleinsdorf, Vienna, Austria, at a villa rented by the Freud family during the summers of 1931 and 1932. The film records a visit from Sigmund Freud's longtime friend Emanuel Löwy, an archeologist who was then teaching at the University of Vienna. Sitting at a table in the garden close to where the men talk are Martha Freud, her sister Minna Bernays, and...
    • Contributor: Brunswick, Mark
    • Date: 1932
  • Film, Video
    [Le Professeur Freud de Vienne à Londres par Paris--Sigmund Freud--home movies]
    Freud, Sigmund--home movies from Freud archives, 1937-1938 | Sigmund Freud--home movies
    The film, "Professor Freud from Vienna to London via Paris, Part One," opens in the summer of 1937 at the home of Ruth Mack Brunswick and Mark Brunswick at 19 Hasenauerstrasse, Vienna, Austria, followed by scenes of the Freud family in their rented villa in Grinzing, Vienna, Austria, where they summered in 1934-1937. Visits by writer Arnold Zweig, his wife and son; psychoanalyst Max...
    • Contributor: Bonaparte, Marie
    • Date: 1937
  • Film, Video
    [La Bergasse, Vienna, hiver 1937--Sigmund Freud--home movies]
    Freud, Sigmund--Home movies from Freud archives, 1937-1938 | Sigmund Freud--home movies
    The movie was taken at the Freud home at Berggasse 19 in Vienna in the winter of 1937. It opens with close-ups of Sigmund Freud in his study. He poses as if sitting for a still portrait. The contents of the room, including Freud's desk and antiquities collection, are filmed as well. Other scenes depict Anna Freud's rooms, including her bed with a Madonna-like...
    • Contributor: Bonaparte, Marie
    • Date: 1937
  • Film, Video
    [Home movies from Freud Archives, 1938-1939--Sigmund Freud--home movies]
    Freud, Sigmund--home movies from Freud archives, 1937-1938 | Sigmund Freud--home movies
    This color film consists largely of segments shot in the Freud garden at 20 Maresfield Gardens in London. Appearing in the film are Sigmund Freud, Anna Freud, Princess Marie Bonaparte, Ernst L. Freud, Martha Freud, Dorothy T. Burlingham, Paula Fichtl, and a variety of grandchildren, among others. In various scenes, the chow Lün and Pekinese Jumbo play, members of the household garden, and Sigmund...
    • Contributor: Bonaparte, Marie
    • Date: 1938
  • Film, Video
    [Home movies from Freud Archives, 1939--Sigmund Freud--home movies]
    Freud, Sigmund--Home movies from Freud archives, 1937-1938 | Sigmund Freud--home movies
    The film was made in May 1939 on a day celebrating what would be Freud's last birthday. The largely color film shows preparations before the party, including Paula Fichtl tying decorative collars and messages around the necks of the chow Lün and Pekinese Jumbo. A table is prepared to hold gifts and mementos. Other scenes take place during the party. Family members and guests...
    • Contributor: Bonaparte, Marie
    • Date: 1939
  • Film, Video
    The Eleventh Congress of the International Psycho-Analytical Association, Oxford, England, July, 1929
    Eleventh Congress of the International Psychoanalytic Association, Oxford, England, July, 1929 | Oxford Psychoanalytical Congress of 1929 | XI International Psycho-Analytical Congress, Oxford, 1929
    Film made and narrated by Sándor Lorand to document the Eleventh Congress of the International Psychoanalytical Association held in Oxford, England, in July, 1929. The film opens with Lorand explaining the significance of the congress and its debate over lay analysis. Lorand then introduces dozens of the psychoanalysts attending the congress, including Max Eitingon, Anna Freud, Karen Horney, A.A. Brill, and others. The attendees...
    • Contributor: Lorand, Sándor
    • Date: 1955