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A Life in Film: Ingmar Bergman

Actually it deals (“as usual” I was about to say!) with Life, Love and Death. Because nothing in fact is more important.’  ‒ Ingmar Bergman, letter to the crew of ‘Face to Face’ (1976).

Whether you love or hate Ingmar Bergman’s work, you have to admit that he is a giant of Swedish cinema, television and theatre, whether as a writer, director, or both. Bergman directed over sixty fiction fiction films and documentaries, some made for the cinema, others for television, many of which he also wrote, as well as over one hundred and seventy plays . . .

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Ceri is a UK based folklorist and freelance writer with a passion for Norse Mythology and Scandinavian Film & Television. She has penned articles for a variety of magazines including the Nordic Noir Magazine, Scan Magazine and FAE Magazine on a wide range of topics, from folklore to fashion