Exploring the work and life of one of the world's most celebrated filmmakers.<br /> <br />
The kind of terror that could never be... until now
The faith and the fury
Ingmar Bergman's first English-language film The Touch has been one of his least-seen films. Released in Dual Format by the BFI, it's an unsparing account of marital infidelity.
In The Magic Flute, Ingmar Bergman returns to the opera he had loved since childhood, in one of his warmest and most joyful films.
One of the pinnacles of a great filmmaking career, Persona returns to cinemas for Ingmar Bergman's centenary year.
Ben Pinsent reviews Woody Allen's Another Woman, part of a collection of his films released on Blu Ray by Arrow Academy