Bo Widerberg’s New Swedish Cinema: Another Sweden
While frequently drawing from the depths of his private life, the writer-director also sought to shake Swedish cinema out of a state of complacency by engaging with the country’s turbulent social landscape.
A Half-Century of Friendship with Finnish Renaissance Man Jörn Donner
The prolific writer and filmmaker passed earlier this year, leaving behind an enduring legacy that has shaped Finland’s cultural scene.
Foraging in the Bergman Foundation
During two recent trips to Stockholm, one of the world’s foremost Bergman specialists took a dive into a wealth of archival material that raises fresh questions about the Swedish master.