You are warmly invited to the screening of ‘Tutto parla di te’ (‘All about you’, Italy 2012, dir. Alina Marazzi, with English subtitles), on 14 May 2014, 5.30-8.30pm in the Adam Smith Building (Lecture Theatre 718).
‘Tutto parla di te’ is a courageous film that reflects on the problem of postnatal depression. The screening will be followed by light refreshments and a roundtable discussion with local therapists, consultants and practitioners who will give their insight into these and other issues related to motherhood.
The event is organised by Dr Andrea Hajek (British Academy Postdoctoral Fellow, SMLC) in collaboration with the AHRC-funded research network La Mamma Italiana: Interrogating a National Stereotype, and is supported by the School of Modern Languages and Cultures.
- 5.30-6pm Introduction by Dr Andrea Hajek and Dr Penelope Morris (project leader for the research network La Mamma Italiana)
- 6-7.30pm Screening of ‘Tutto parla di te’ (86′)
- 7.30-8.30pm Roundtable discussion with:
- Debbie Armour, NCT Glasgow
- Roch Cantwell, Consultant Perinatal Psychiatrist at Leverndale Hospital, Glasgow
- Beverley Ferguson, Parents Officer/Complaints Officer at Falkirk Council Education Services
- Ailsa Garland, Antenatal teacher, Edinburgh
- Rebecca Muller, Cognitive Behavioural Therapist at PANDAS Support Group Glasgow
- Rachel Thain-Gray, Glasgow Women’s Library
For more details and to watch the film trailer