The Use and Function of Written Texts, Theatre, Cinema, Still Photography, Radio and Television in Ingmar Bergman’s film Persona
There are no Cinema Studies without learning about modernism, which is probably the most admired era in the life of European cinema, and Ingmar Bergman was among the most prominent representatives of it. This peculiar time of film-making and Bergman itself cannot be missed out when one is trying to prove that cinema indeed is the seventh art and the creator of the film is the genius, the auteur. As Brigitte Steene1 also reflects upon . . .
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