Ingmar Bergman

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Swedish film director who used heavy symbolism and explored the psychology of the characters (born 1918)


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(3) See Michiko Kakutani, 'Ingmar Bergman: Summing Up a Life in Film', The New York Times Magazine, 26 June 1983, <>, accessed
Both Autumn Sonata and Cries and Whispers were also screened at Black Nights in 2008 as part of the Ingmar Bergman retrospective.
On the birth centenary of Ingmar Bergman (1918-2018), Instituto Cervantes' Pelicula pays tribute to one of the leading filmmakers in the history of cinema.
A picture take on November 8, 2016 shows the Ingmar Bergman archives located at the Film House in Stockholm (AFP/Jonathan Nackstrand)
MONTE CARLO Three generations of Swedish dancemakers--Mats Ek, Johan Inger and Alexander Ekman--pay tribute to filmmaker Ingmar Bergman this month at Les Ballets de Monte-Carlo.
"The main goal is to bring the work of Ingmar Bergman to the audience in Cyprus and celebrate his life and work," explains Doros, who has a particular passion for the director's works.
The season's other adaptations include the Sally Cookson-directed A Monster Calls, based on the Patrick Ness novel, and a stage version of Ingmar Bergman's film Fanny And Alexander, by Stephen Beresford, directed by Max Webster.
Charles Dickens, Ingmar Bergman and Charles Darwin all spent only a few hours a day doing what we would recognize as their most important work.
Ray Victoria These movies were shown hardly anywhere else in Wales and included works by Jean Renoir, Ingmar Bergman, Fellini and Truffaut.
To closely examine this connection, Harverty Rugg focuses on specific male film authors, including Ingmar Bergman, Francois Truffaut, Woody Allen, Pedro Almodovar, Werner Herzog, Andrei Tarkovsky, Federico Fellini, and Lars von Trier.
Scandinavian filmmaker Ingmar Bergman epitomises this dynamic.