The Leads of Their Own Stories: On Cinema As Authorial Therapy, Part 1

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I wrote a new essay for Movie Mezzanine! It’s about films that act as “authorial therapy”, products of the author’s own shortcomings and emotional struggles that are repurposed into fiction and/or non-fiction. I hope you find it interesting! Click here to read.

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One response to “The Leads of Their Own Stories: On Cinema As Authorial Therapy, Part 1

  1. KARAMUKA Edward

    Please can we share ideas, I find this very interesting because I did a research about the role of literature toward healing trauma and I named my cure”AUTHORIAL THERAPY” And I’m planing to launch this project to heal the survivors of genocide of my country who are suffering from trauma.

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