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  • Plot summary
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  • Original work
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Plot summary

A retrospective film about Ingmar Bergman with unique behind-the-scenes material from his major film productions. Featuring Woody Allen, Bernardo Bertolucci, Olivier Assayas, Arnaud Desplechin,...

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Festival contact (documentary):

Sara Rüster
+46 8 665 11 41
sara.ruster@filminstitutet.se

Josefina Mothander
+46 8 665 12 67
Josefina.mothander@filminstitutet.se

 

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Plot summary

A retrospective film about Ingmar Bergman with unique behind-the-scenes material from his major film productions. Featuring Woody Allen, Bernardo Bertolucci, Olivier Assayas, Arnaud Desplechin, John Sayles and Martin Scorsese. The film was commissioned by the Ingmar Bergman Foundation with funding from Martin Scorsese and the World Cinema Foundation.

 

Release dates

TV showing 2011-02-11 SVT2 Sweden

Holdings Film

The information given here refers to film material in the Swedish Film Institute’s archive. Access to the archive’s stock is given on request, for research, other film archives and rights’ holders.

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