A SCREENING & DISCUSSION OF CHAPLIN’S FILM “THE KID” AT THE AMERICAN ACADEMY OF PSYCHOANALYSIS MEETING IN SAN FRANCISCO: SATURDAY NIGHT, May 16th @ 9 P.M. (2 hours CME credit)
Ten days after the death of his firstborn infant son, 30-year-old Charlie Chaplin began interviewing child actors for this previously unplanned film in which his Little Tramp finds, adopts and raises an abandoned infant who grows to be a miniature version of himself. The child actor is Jackie Coogan.
Charlie & Jackie in the film THE KID.
THIS FILM WILL BE SCREENED AT:
Hilton San Francisco
Plaza Room B, Lobby Level
333 O’Farrell Street
San Francisco, California
For more info contact:
American Academy of Psychoanalysis
Before and after the film there will be a discussion by Stephen M. Weissman author of Chaplin A Life. Dr. Weissman is a psychiatrist and psychoanalyst who lives and practices in Washington, D.C.
TO LISTEN TO A ONE HOUR NPR INTERVIEW WITH Dr.WEISSMAN ON THE DIANE REHM SHOW