Ingmar Bergman’s ‘Faithless’ Set for TV Adaptation From ‘Tinker Tailor Soldier Spy’ Director Tomas Alfredson
Ingmar Bergman’s Faithless is getting a TV adaptation from Swedish director Tomas Alfredson (Tinker Tailor Soldier Spy, The Snowman), Sweden’s public broadcaster SVT and Denmark-based production company Miso Film (Netflix’s The Rain), part of Bertelsmann-owned RTL Group’s Fremantle, unveiled Monday. They are set to co-produce the drama series, with Alfredson responsible for directing all six 45-minute […]
Jessica Chastain and Oscar Isaac in HBO’s ‘Scenes From a Marriage’: TV Review | Venice 2021
Hagai Levi, co-creator of 'The Affair,' directs a five-part adaptation of Ingmar Bergman's classic 1973 miniseries.
Critic’s Picks: A December To-Do List for Film Buffs in L.A.
Reagan-era gems from Susan Seidelman and Robert Zemeckis, wintry classics from Nicholas Ray, Stanley Kubrick and Todd Haynes and a secret program of 16mm film prints are among options for SoCal cinephiles this holiday season.
Bibi Andersson, Star of 13 Ingmar Bergman Films, Dies at 83
Bibi Andersson, the acclaimed Swedish actress who in more than a dozen films from Ingmar Bergman went from beatific innocence to the disillusionment of age, has died. She was 83.
‘Bergman: A Year in a Life’ (‘Bergman — Ett Ar, Ett Liv’): Film Review | Cannes 2018
In the new documentary 'Bergman: A Year in a Life,' Swedish director Jane Magnusson tackles what might have been the busiest and most prolific year in Ingmar Bergman's life: 1957.
Critic’s Picks: A May To-Do List for Film Buffs in L.A.
Angeleno film buffs with Cannes envy can console themselves with an Ingmar Bergman retrospective, a controversial Henri-Georges Clouzot film, classics from India and Cuba, and more.
‘After the Rehearsal’/’Persona’: Theater Review
Tony-winning Belgian director Ivo van Hove's Ingmar Bergman double bill, 'After the Rehearsal'/'Persona,' lands at London's Barbican.
’45 Years’: Berlin Review
Andrew Haigh's Berlin competition contender is a quietly powerful study of a long-term marriage shaken by shock revelations and jealousy towards a long-dead love rival
‘My Skinny Sister’ (‘Min lilla syster’): Gothenburg Review
Debut director Sanna Lenken discovers some magnetic young talent in this Berlin-bound coming-of-age drama, which was partly inspired by her own teenage anorexia
‘Force Majeure’ Sweeps Sweden’s Guldbagge Awards
Ruben Ostlund's black comedy wins six trophies, including best director and best film, in Sweden's equivalent of the Oscars.
Fandor Strikes Deal with Hulu to Stream Criterion Collection Classics (Exclusive)
Under the new arrangement, Fandor subscribers will be able to view about 30 Criterion movies each month
‘Decor’: London Review
A young woman’s life blurs into cinematic fiction in this magic-realist melodrama, which blends topical social comment with warm tributes to classic Egyptian movies