We wish to inform you that the screening of "Psychodrame"in Torino, Italy, was a great success.
The footage was included in 36° Torino Film Festival programme, in an off competition Documentaries Section, because of its relevant historic and experimental value.
It was shown at Cinema Massimo, a cinema near the Mole Antonelliana, linked to the National Museum of Cinema. The screening was completely sold out in a room of 147 seats. The showing on the 26th November was sold out too.
Our president Marco Greco introduced the footage, after a short speech by Sergio Toffetti (the actual president of the National Museum of Cinema in Torino) who took care of the restoration of the film, thanks to the involvement of the Archivio Nazionale del Cinema di Ivrea–CSC.
In the audience, there were many students and teachers of Psychology, and of Psychodrama. There were many friends of our Association and the archivists involved with Anne Ancelin Schützenberger's archive.
In our hearts, Moreno, Zerka and Anne were there too.
At the end of the showing of the film Marco asked the audience to manifest their appreciation of Moreno, Anne and Zerka and they received a warm round of applause, a little tribute to these giants who gave us new reference points, by their exploring original paths with enthusiasm and courage.
As Jim Enneis began his interview in the film saying that “Psychodrama is an atmosphere”, we are pleased to conclude this report adding…”Yes, it is true. A very warm and encouraging one!”
In the picture you can see Felice Laudadio (presidente del CSC - Centro Sperimentale di Cinematografia), Sergio Toffetti (presidente del Museo Nazionale del Cinema), Davide Oberto ( sezione Documentari Torino Film Festival), Marco Greco (presidente Moreno Museum Association) before the screening of "Psychodrame" in Torino, Italy.