The Psyné club festival starts tonight at Le Grand Palais cinema – Medialot

Kick-off at 5:30 pm (full article program).

PsynéClub has partnered with the forces of the Le Grand Palais cinema to offer you film screenings and meetings over several days, to continue the sessions of the “PsyNéClub”, with an analysis and an appearance ” PSY “. Unconditional love, close relationship, abandonment, secret … United or broken, secret or overly troubled, with or without … The Family is everyone’s business. PsyNéClub is holding its first festival from June 23 to 25, 2022 and you are invited to talk about family, love and mental health. An introductory conference in the presence of psychiatric professionals, family representatives, therapists to limit things. Then 4 films, chosen for the importance of family in our choices and in our lives; especially if one of the members of this family has mental illnesses. A session specially dedicated to the kids!

Each of the films will be announced or debriefed by Cédric Piolot and his guests.

Véro Cratzborn, director (My Father’s Forest)

Didier Crouzat, psychiatric nurse, family psychotherapist

Dr. François Olivier, psychiatrist, FERREPSY

Cédric Piolot, health manager trainer, family psychotherapist, IFMS du Lot

Pascal Razat, Specialist teacher, Pro-Family coordinator

UNAFAM Association (National Union of Families and Friends of Sick and/o Mentally Disabled People),

MGEN Group

> The program:

– Thursday, June 23 at 5:30 p.m.

– Free conference admission

Festival presentation, discussion around the corresponding influence of mental disorder with family. Testimonials from professionals and family representatives.

With Cédric Piolot, Didier Crouzat, Pascal Razat, UNAFAM and MGEN

– Thursday, June 23 at 6:30 p.m.

Movie: My Beautiful Boy

By Felix Van Groeningen- 2 h / 2018 / Drama

David’s world collapsed when he realized his 18-year-old son Nic started using drugs when he was 12 years old. From an occasional user, Nic became addicted to heroin and there was no possibility of him getting out of his addiction. Realizing that his son has become a complete stranger over time, David decides to do everything to save him. Face his own limitations but also his family.

+ Discussion of a convivial aperitif after the screening with conference guests

– Friday, June 24 at 6:30 p.m.

Movie: Nitram

By Justin Kurzel – 1h52 / 2021 / Drama / No children under 12

In Australia in the mid-1990s, Nitram lived with his parents, where time would pass between loneliness and disappointment. While offering his services as a gardener, he meets Helen, a marginal heiress who lives alone with her animals. Together, they build a life apart. When Helen disappeared, Nitram’s anger and loneliness resurfaced. Then began a long descent that would lead him to the worst.

+ Film presentation and discussion with Dr François Olivier and Cédric Piolot

– Saturday June 25 at 3 p.m.

Sessions for young audiences from 8 years of age

Movie: My Life as a Zucchini

By Claude Barras – 1 h 06 /2016 / Animation, drama

Zucchini is not a vegetable, he is a brave boy. She believes she was alone in the world when her mother disappeared. But it has nothing to do with the encounters she can make in her new life at the children’s home. Her new friends have their stories and they are as strong as they are gentle. And then there’s the woman, Camille. If you are 10 years old, have a group of friends, love, have things to discover and learn. And why not be happy.

+ Film presentation and discussion with Didier Crouzat.

– Saturday, June 25 at 6:30 p.m.

Movie: My Father’s Forest

By Vero Cratzborn – 1h30 / 2019 / Drama

Gina, 15, grew up in a loving family on the edge of the forest. He praises his father Jimmy, unpredictable and strange, whose excesses he is willing to forgive. Until the day the situation becomes unsustainable: Jimmy rocks and the weak family balance is broken. In a misunderstanding and revolt, Gina teamed up with a teenager from her neighborhood to save her father.

+ Talk with the director.

> 6 euros per session

> In the cinema at the Grand Palais

Place Bessieres 46000 Cahors

> Contact the cinema:

cinema@cinelegrandpalais.fr

05 65 30 17 74

Facebook, Instagram and TikTok: @cinelegrandpalais

> Contact PsyNéClub:

cedric.piolot@ch-cahors.fr

Facebook: @psyneclub

podcast: https://podcloud.fr/podcast/psyneclub

In collaboration with the APRÈS association and the MGEN

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