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Von Trotta's 'Searching for Ingmar Bergman' to show at Cannes Classics

24 April 2018 | News Release | German Films

The German director Margarethe von Trotta has also been invited to the Croisette this year. Her documentary SEARCHING FOR INGMAR BERGMAN (DE/FR, C-Films (Germany)) will have its world premiere in the Cannes Classics sidebar of the 71st Festival de Cannes (8 – 19 May 2018), which shows historically important films. 486 more words

News

Persona: A Classic Film, Not Pretentious Arthouse Only Made For Pseudo-Intellectuals

I just watched Persona for the first time recently and it was my first time ever watching an Ingmar Bergman film, though I’ve always wanted to watch Hour of the Wolf after hearing John Waters talking about seeing it with Divine on LSD. 504 more words

Movies

The Ingmar Bergman Appreciation Society

Thinking back

I still recall the true despair

The solid black depression

I didn’t realise at the time

But I was an honourable member

Of the Ingmar Bergman Appreciation Society… 42 more words

Poetry

MSPIFF 2018 opens today! Showcasing WOMEN & FILM, MN-MADE FILMS & Tribute to INGMAR BERGMAN

Drumroll please… the 37th Minneapolis St Paul International Film Festival opens today! From April 12-28, MSPIFF is showcasing 158 new feature films and 120+ shorts representing 70+ countries to audiences throughout the Upper Midwest. 2,068 more words

Film Festivals/Events

Movie Review - "Fanny and Alexander" (1982)

Now that I have watched five Ingmar Bergman films, I think I can safely say that none of his films resonate with me and that they are more irritating than enjoyable. 407 more words

Movies

Scenes That I Love: Max Von Sydow Meets Death In The Seventh Seal

I had a bit of a panic attack earlier today when I logged onto twitter and I discovered that everyone was both sharing picture of the great actor Max Von Sydow and debating which one of his many roles was his best. 538 more words

Film

Shame (1968)

Dir. Ingmar Bergman. Starring Liv Ullmann, Max von Sydow, Gunnar Bjornstrand

Dinner is wine, fish, vegetables, bread, butter. Eva (Ullmann) and Jan (von Sydow) sit outside on a bench underneath a tree, not so far underneath the tree that many shadows fall on them. 1,429 more words

Film