Ingmar Bergman

Was Ingmar Bergman a spy?

By Gerard Corvin

There’s a fascinating backstory to the Swedish master’s little-seen 1950 thriller This Can’t Happen Here.

Visiting Ingmar Bergman’s enchanting Swedish hideaway

By Adam Woodward

We journey to Fårö, a remote island in the Baltic Sea, in search of Sweden’s enigmatic master.

Persona (1966)

By David Jenkins

Ingmar Bergman’s enigmatic masterpiece still shines with a piercing intensity after 50 years.

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The stories behind the best film lists of 1967

By Justine Smith

We’ve delved into the archives to find out which films were topping critics’ charts 50 years ago.

In praise of The Seventh Seal – Ingmar Bergman’s monochrome masterpiece

By Ned Carter Miles

The Swedish master’s 1957 film is a deceptively accessible arthouse staple.

In praise of Persona – Ingmar Bergman’s minimalist masterpiece

By Stephen Puddicombe

Fifty years on, this low-key drama stands as a glorious shrine to analogue film.

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