Thursday May 9
The Memphis Flyer
Four Swedish films get the 35mm treatment.
No salute to Sweden, the honored country for this year's Memphis In May, would be complete without recognizing its considerable contributions to film and, specifically, a few of the works of its cinematic genius, Ingmar Bergman.
The Village Voice
Don't Call What Richard Did "Bergmanesque"
The director Ingmar Bergman shot his masterpieces Persona and Through a Glass Darkly and several other films in and around his house on Fr, an island off the coast of Sweden.
The magic of Indian cinema
Film as dream, film as music. No form of art goes beyond the ordinary consciousness as film does, straight to our emotions, deep into the twilight room of the soul," said celebrated filmmaker Ingmar Bergman once Film as dream, film as music.
The Jersey Journal
Two hands, one mouth, 23 albums: Sparks chronicles its four-decade career acoustically in New York
Ron and Russell Mael of Sparks are touring as a duo for the first time in their four decade-plus career, presenting theatrical rock in an acoustic format.
Crime and vampires driving Nordic film boom
Gone are the days of Greta Garbo and Ingmar Bergman, but from arty documentaries to brooding crime stories, Nordic movies and television shows are enjoying an international boom.