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Letter From Mid Winter

So much has happened. So much to talk about. It’s deepest February. Snowdrops are popping out of the ground. The Olympics are back. Though I never really watch them… 556 more words

Persona (1966)

Ingmar Bergman was another one of those names that was, again, familiar to me before I did this project, but I had never seen a single film he did. 440 more words


Film Review: The Seventh Seal (1957)

Also known as: Det sjunde inseglet (original Swedish title)
Release Date: February 16th, 1957 (Sweden)
Directed by: Ingmar Bergman
Written by: Ingmar Bergman
Based on:  601 more words


Face it: Scenes from a Marriage, Episode 3

Bergman told Roger Ebert, “the human face is the great subject of the cinema. Everything is there.” And what a subject he found in Liv Ullmann’s. 199 more words

Ingmar Bergman

See this film, if you dare

On his beloved isle of Fårö, Bergman converted an old barn at Dämba into a private cinema. He outfitted it with two 35-mm projectors and one 16-mm projector. 461 more words

Ingmar Bergman

“Only someone who is well prepared has the opportunity to improvise.”
—Ingmar Bergman.

Thought For Today

#614 Summer with Monika (1953)

#614 Summer with Monika

1953 // Sweden // Ingmar Bergman

Criterion Collection (LINK)

While Summer Interlude is the mourning of the unexpected loss of love and innocence and their transient nature,  616 more words

Criterion Collection