Sunday, 24 February 2013

The 6th Hall Of Fame Inductee For Contribution To Directing - Ingmar Bergman

Most ‘great’ filmmakers make one or two masterpieces in the course of their career: from 1946 to 1982, Ingmar Bergman made many. Releasing both the epochal The Seventh Seal and magisterial Wild Strawberries in the same year, he carved out a career with a wide range of works, mostly low-budget, such as The Virgin Spring, The Silence, Persona, Hour Of The Wolf, Shame, Fanny And Alexander, and so much more. His body of work is proof that creativity needs not have any restraints.

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