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We're back with a new series on Erotic Cinema! Mary and Sarah catch up on life and films before delving into their first topic of the series – 'Eros'. We discuss sex, creative work and the mystery of female sexuality in Michael Winterbottom's 9 Songs (2001) and Julio Medem's Sex and Lucia (2004).By Projections Podcast
 
On episode two of The Uncanny series, Mary and Sarah engage in a slightly delirious discussion of food, family dynamics and trauma in Robert Aldrich’s Whatever Happened to Baby Jane (1962) and Carlo Mirabella-Davis’ Swallow (2020). Deviations include our favourite bodily fluids and a great idea for a new A24 project.…
 
Sarah and Mary are back with another episode of The Double series. This time we're looking at stage personas in Casey Affleck's performance piece I'm Still Here (2010) and Todd Haynes' cult masterpiece Velvet Goldmine (1998). We discuss the psychoanalytic persona and Mary gives an insight into her own change of name–plus numerous fun facts about Da…
 
Mary and Sarah are back on the theme of ‘The Double’, discussing the Jungian shadow in Jordan Peele’s Us (2019) and Christopher Smith’s Triangle (2009). Ideas thrown about include ‘the deplorables’, the interior world of the abuser and why Australians are so damn good at cinema.By Projections Podcast
 
Continuing our series on the subject of The Double, Mary and Sarah discuss lookalikes in Krzysztof Kieślowski’s sublime film The Double Life of Veronique (1991) and John Woo’s ridiculous one Face/Off (1997). We talk Otto Rank’s influential text, projection, creativity and religion.By Projections Podcast
 
Welcome to Series 6, in which we will explore The Double in cinema, an uncanny storytelling device often relied upon to represent self-division, a split in personality, or an emotional conflict. In Episode 1, Mary and Sarah discuss the desire to return to the womb and the doubling of the psychoanalytic process in David Cronenberg's Dead Ringers (19…
 
We tried to take January off, but felt duty bound to analyse the FEAST of signifiers within the (alleged) Armie Hammer DMs situation. Mary and Sarah talk abandonment issues, wife envy and borderline personality disorder, and come up with an amazing idea for a screenplay. Slide into our DMs producers! We do read these messages aloud so TW for mentio…
 
In the final episode of our Cults on Film series, Sarah and Mary talk deprogramming in Jane Campion’s Holy Smoke! (1999) and Mary Harron’s Charlie Says (2018). Our discussion covers the termination of psychoanalysis, education and the ‘cult of love’. Also we wonder whether any Manson family member really cut an umbilical cord with their teeth and f…
 
In the penultimate episode of our Cults on Film series. Mary and Sarah tackle two heavily alliterative titles; Sean Durkin’s Martha Marcy May Marlene (2011) and Josephine Decker’s Madeline’s Madeline. We discuss isolation, disassociation and the psychically dangerous profession of acting.By Projections Podcast
 
Our Cults on Film series is back. Sarah and Mary talk conspiracy, lack and possession in Ken Russell's The Devils (1971) and Justin Benson and Aaron Moorhead's The Endless (2017), coming to the conclusion that conspiratorial thinking reigns when trauma is seen as not being enough.By Projections Podcast
 
We warmed up for our upcoming series on cults by discussing psychoanalysis, the occult and Ari Aster's Hereditary (2018) with special guest Vanessa Sinclair. Vanessa Sinclair is a practicing psychoanalyst, writer, podcaster, and collage artist. Together we discussed the connections between the practices of art, magic and psychoanalysis, grief and r…
 
This week Sarah and Mary continue their discussion of economics through the lenses of Stanley Kubrick’s Eyes Wide Shut (1999) and Sofia Coppola’s The Bling Ring (2013). We discuss the interlacing of sex and money, emotional labour, the masks we wear at work, the sadness of consumption and so much more!…
 
‘Neoliberalism is capitalism without a safeword’. Welcome to Series 4: Work and Money. In our first episode in the series, Mary and Sarah discuss ‘excess’ in Martin Scorsese’s The Wolf of Wall Street (2013) and Harmony Korine’s Spring Breakers (2012).By Projections Podcast
 
While we record the next series, we’re releasing some bonus content. We spoke to Adam Chamberlain of the Frame of Mind blog to discuss representations of mental illness in our favourite TV shows. Adam is a part-time author and blogger, with an academic interest in psychology and mental health, including its representations on screen. Shows discusse…
 
In our final episode of Women in Horror, we’re thrilled to be joined by the master of horror podcasting himself; Mike Muncer from The Evolution of Horror. This week’s chosen movies are Karyn Kusama’s Jennifer’s Body (2009) and Oren Peli’s Paranormal Activity (2007) We discussed trauma resurfacing, demonic activity and rape revenge. Don’t be scared,…
 
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