Since the 1940s when he first made his appearance in the Swedish film and theatre world, Ingmar Bergman has produced a large body of work for the screen, the stage and the print media. He has made more than fifty films, set up some two hundred theatre, TV and radio productions, and published scripts, plays, fiction and memoirs. His reputation today is worldwide and he takes his place in the annals of film, theatre and television history. This exhaustive compendium covers Bergman's life, his cultural background and his entire artistic career. Individual chapters deal with his contributions to the cinema, the theatre, radio and television as well as his authorship. The material includes references to his unpublished work housed under the auspices of the Ingmar Bergman Foundation at the Swedish Film Institute. The Reference Guide also contains extensive annotated bibliographies of interviews and critical writings on Ingmar Bergman. It is the ultimate source for all scholars of the Scandinavian master. A critical overview and an annotated record of the career of the Swedish filmmaker, stage director and author, written by a world authority on Bergman
Subjects: Film Studies
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