One of the most noteworthy filmmakers the world over.
One of Sweden’s – and the world’s – most productive theatre directors.
Not only is Bergman's literary work extensive but also of considerable quality.
Geoff Andrew, from BFI and Sight & Sound, gives an introduction to the work of Ingmar Bergman
The relationship between Bergman and his country of birth was a complex affair.
Few other filmmakers have fallen victim to as many spoofs of their work as Bergman. A somewhat dubious honour, perhaps, but an honour nonetheless!
Having an interest in film is perhaps not so unusual for a filmmaker. In Bergman's case, however, 'interest' is a definite understatement.
The artist is the most ubiquitous of all Bergman's characters.
One hardly needs to have seen a Bergman film to know what Death looks like.
The family plays a central part in most Bergman films, but happy families are rare.
Bergman was, to quote a phrase, the son of a preacher man.