Cinelogy is one of the educational instruments used in the Ontopsychological School. It is the analysis of the emotive dynamics that arise in the spectator watching the moving images in the projection of a film.

Cinelogy is based precisely on the emotive reaction and the processes set in motion by the film. The starting point of cinelogy is that perception and knowledge are based on projection mechanisms: reality is one thing, but the way in which the observer perceives it depends mainly on his mental models.
Given this premise, the practice of Ontopsychological cinelogy constitutes an instrument to test and stimulate the spectators’ critical capacities regarding the facts of existence. the analysis and verification of the functionality of the participants’ emotions and thoughts. This is what distinguishes cinelogy from cineforums
Reference texts:
  • A. Meneghetti, Cinelogia ontopsicologica. Ontopsicologia Editrice, 1972-2008.
  • A. Meneghetti, Manuale di Ontopsicologia. Ontopsicologia Editrice, 1995-2008.
  • A. Meneghetti, Prontuario onirico. Ontopsicologia Editrice, 1981-2007.