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
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- The Eleventh Congress of the International Psycho-Analytical Association, Oxford, England, July, 1929
- Other Title
- 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 are shown gathering in Oxford and on a trip to Salisbury and Stonehenge. Appended to Lorand's film is an earlier film of Freud and members of his family made at Ernst Simmel's Sanatorium Schloss Tegel and Psychoanalytische Klinik in Berlin in 1928. Lorand received the Freud film from his analyst and mentor, Sándor Ferenzi, before he left Oxford. Ferenzi made the gift knowing that Lorand was disappointed over not being able to include Freud in his film of the Congress, which Freud had been too ill to attend.
- Contributor Names
- Lorand, Sándor, 1892-1987, camera, narration.
- Created / Published
- Dr. Lorand introduces film; briefly states agenda of the Congress. -- Dr. Lorand's voice-over introduces those attending the Congress; footage shows many of those attending. -- Salisbury and Stonehenge: Lorand continures voice-over introduction and narration while footage shows participants of the Congress in Salisbury. -- Lorand continues narration over the film [Sigmund Freud visits Simmel in Tegel--home movies].
- Subject Headings
- - International Psycho-Analytical Association.--Congress--(11th :--1929 :--Oxford, England)
- - Congresses and conventions--England--Oxford
- - Psychoanalysts--England--Oxford
- - Lorand, Sándor,--1892-1987
- - Lewin, Bertram D.--(Bertram David),--1896-1971
- - Lewin, Alice,--1899-1961
- - Reed, Ralph W.,--1881-1946
- - Oberndorf, Clarence P.--(Clarence Paul),--1882-1954
- - Hollós, István,--1872-1957
- - Wittels, Fritz,--1880-1950
- - Jelliffe, Smith Ely,--1866-1945
- - Eitingon, M.--(Max),--1880-1943
- - Saussure, Raymond de,--1894-1971
- - Glover, Edward,--1888-1972
- - Eder, M. D.--(Montague David),--1866-1936
- - Ferenczi, Sándor,--1873-1933
- - Bonaparte, Marie,--Princess,--1882-1962
- - Federn, Paul
- - Brill, A. A.--(Abraham Arden),--1874-1948
- - Fenichel, Otto
- - Klein, Melanie
- - Horney, Karen,--1885-1952
- - Sarasin, Philipp,--1888-1968
- - Alexander, Franz,--1891-1964
- - Alexander, Anita,--1895-1984
- - Zilboorg, Gregory,--1890-1959
- - Powers, Lillian Delger
- - Herford, Ethilda,--1872-1956
- - Hitschmann, Eduard,--1871-1957
- - Yates, Sybille L.,--1902-1967
- - Stephen, Adrian
- - Strachey, James
- - Jekels, Ludwig,--1867-1954
- - Jekels, Karoline,--1891-1962
- - Pfeifer, Sigmund,--1889-1944 or 1945
- - Loewenstein, Rudolph Maurice
- - Sachs, Hanns,--1881-1947
- - Daniels, George E.--(George Eaton),--1896-1987
- - Ophuijsen, Johan H. W. Van,--1882-1950
- - Nunberg, Herman,--1884-1970
- - Nunberg, Margarete
- - Franklin, Marjorie,--1887-1975
- - Low, Barbara
- - Simmel, Ernst,--1882-1947
- - Coriat, Isador H.--(Isador Henry),--1875-1943
- - Coriat, Etta,--1875-1934
- - Kris, Marianne,--1900-1980
- - Jacobson, Edith
- - Rado, Sandor,--1890-1972
- - Rado, Emmy,--1900-1961
- - Deutsch, Helene,--1884-1982
- - Stern, Adolph,--M.D
- - Deri, Susan K.,--1915-1983
- - Feigenbaum, Dorian,--1887-1937
- - Jones, Ernest,--1879-1958
- - Freud, Anna,--1895-1982
- - Schmideberg, Melitta
- - Freud, Sigmund,--1856-1939
- Amateur films
- Short films
- Nonfiction films
- - Parts of this film were previously copyrighted under the title, Oxford Psychoanalytical Congress of 1929, ©Sandor Lorand; 17Aug55; MU5952.
- - Narrator: Sándor Lorand.
- - Appearing: Sándor Lorand, Bertram Lewin, Alice Lewin, Ralph W. Reed, Clarence P. Oberndorf, Istvàn Hollòs, Fritz Wittels, Smith Ely Jelliffe, Max Eitigon, Raymond de Saussure, Edward Glover, David Eder, Sándor Ferenczi, Princess Marie Bonaparte, Paul Federn, A.A. Brill, Otto Fenichel, Melanie Klein, Karen Horney, Philipp Sarasin, Franz Alexander, Anita Alexander, Gregory Zilboorg, Lillian Delger Powers, Ethilda Herford, Eduard Hitschmann, Sybille Yates, Adrian Stephen, James Strachey, Ludwig Jekels, Karoline Jekels, Sigmund Pfeifer, Rudolph M. Loewenstein, Hanns Sachs, George Daniels, Johan Van Ophuijsen, Herman Nunberg, Margarete Nunberg, Marjorie E. Franklin, Barbara Low, Ernst Simmel, Isador H. Coriat, Etta Coriat, Marianne Kris, Edith Jacobson, Sándor Radó, Emmy Radó, Helene Deutsch, Adolph Stern, Susan Deri, Dorian Feigenbaum, Ernest Jones, D.L. Datta, Anna Freud, Melitta Schmideberg.
- - Date estimated from copyright registration date for portions of this film.
- - Filmed in July, 1929 in Oxford, England.
- - Summary, locations and participants verified by Margaret McAleer, Senior Archives Specialist, LC Manuscript Division.
- - Sources used: M/B/RS Film & TV catalog card; The psychoanalytic review, v. 7, 1920, p. 474-494 (Eleventh International Psycho-Analytical Congress, Oxford, July 27-31, 1929); Copyright catalog, motion pictures, 1950-1959, p. 252; Library of Congress WWW site, viewed May 25, 2018, XI International Psycho-Analytical Congress, Oxford, 1929 (Panoramic group portrait of attendees).
- 1 video file (digital, MPEG-4) (ca. 24 min.) : sd., b&w.
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- (Abraham Arden)
- (Bertram David)
- (Clarence Paul)
- (George Eaton)
- (Isador Henry)
- (Montague David)
- Alexander, Anita
- Alexander, Franz
- Amateur Films
- Bonaparte, Marie
- Brill, A. A.
- Congresses and Conventions
- Coriat, Etta
- Coriat, Isador H.
- Daniels, George E.
- Deri, Susan K.
- Deutsch, Helene
- Eder, M. D.
- Eitingon, M.
- Federn, Paul
- Feigenbaum, Dorian
- Fenichel, Otto
- Ferenczi, Sándor
- Franklin, Marjorie
- Freud, Anna
- Freud, Sigmund
- Glover, Edward
- Herford, Ethilda
- Hitschmann, Eduard
- Hollós, István
- Horney, Karen
- International Psycho-Analytical Association
- Jacobson, Edith
- Jekels, Karoline
- Jekels, Ludwig
- Jelliffe, Smith Ely
- Jones, Ernest
- Klein, Melanie
- Kris, Marianne
- Lewin, Alice
- Lewin, Bertram D.
- Loewenstein, Rudolph Maurice
- Lorand, Sándor
- Low, Barbara
- Nonfiction Films
- Nunberg, Herman
- Nunberg, Margarete
- Oberndorf, Clarence P.
- Ophuijsen, Johan H. W. Van
- Oxford, England)
- Pfeifer, Sigmund
- Powers, Lillian Delger
- Rado, Emmy
- Rado, Sandor
- Reed, Ralph W.
- Sachs, Hanns
- Sarasin, Philipp
- Saussure, Raymond De
- Schmideberg, Melitta
- Short Films
- Simmel, Ernst
- Stephen, Adrian
- Stern, Adolph
- Strachey, James
- Wittels, Fritz
- Yates, Sybille L.
- Zilboorg, Gregory
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