Celebrated director Ingmar Bergman often had muses in his life; from liv Ulmann and later Ingrid Bergman in Autumn sonata. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/drzeusfilmpodcast/messageSupport this podcast: https://anchor.fm/drzeusfilmpodcast/support
Legendary filmmaker Liv Ullmann on acting, directing and her special bond with Ingmar Bergman
Writers and Company from CBC Radio
Known for her roles in the films of Ingmar Bergman, Liv Ullmann has also won acclaim on stage and behind the camera. In 2014, she wrote and directed an adaptation of August Strindberg's play Miss Julie, which premiered at the Toronto International Film Festival. Last week, Ullmann was presented with an honorary Oscar for her exceptional contribution to the art of film. Eleanor Wachtel spoke to Liv Ullmann at TIFF in 2014. This interview originally aired on Wachtel on the Arts on Sept. 16, 2014.
71. Ingmar Bergman Cinema: #7 Fanny and Alexander (1982)
Medium Cool: A Movie Podcast
For our 71st episode, Austin and Matthew Socey complete the final chapter in their Ingmar Bergman marathon with Fanny and Alexander (1982). After their chat, Austin lists his top 5 favorite Bergman films and previews some things we have coming up in the pipeline. All that and more here on Medium Cool: A Movie Podcast. Enjoy!0:00 - Introduction1:55 - Fanny and Alexander (1982)1:11:45 - Austin's Top 5 Favorite Bergman Films1:26:35 - Outro Please subscribe to Medium Cool: A Movie Podcast wherever you get your podcasts! Also, follow us on social media to get updates on all of the exciting things we have coming up!Facebook: www.Facebook.com/mediumcoolpodInstagram: MediumCoolPodTwitter: @MediumCoolPod / Host's Twitter: @AustinGliddenLetterboxd: www.letterboxd.com/AustinGliddenYouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCloDyC7c094vxCxUDlc0-XQEmail: MediumCoolPod@gmail.com
69. The Tragedy of Macbeth / Ingmar Bergman Cinema: #5 Cries and Whispers (1972) & #6 Scenes From A Marriage (1974)
Medium Cool: A Movie Podcast
For our 69th episode, Austin brings back Matthew Socey to discuss the second-to-last installment of their Ingmar Bergman Cinema marathon. But first, Austin tells us his thoughts on the movie that evaded him last year, Joel Coen's The Tragedy of Macbeth (2021). Did it end up making his Top 10 list? We'll see. All that and more here on Medium Cool: A Movie Podcast. Enjoy!0:00 - Introduction6:00 - The Tragedy of Macbeth (2021)25:10 - Cries and Whispers (1972)1:05:20 - Scenes From A Marriage (1974)1:39:15 - Outro Please subscribe to Medium Cool: A Movie Podcast wherever you get your podcasts! Also, follow us on social media to get updates on all of the exciting things we have coming up!Facebook: www.Facebook.com/mediumcoolpodInstagram: MediumCoolPodTwitter: @MediumCoolPod / Host's Twitter: @AustinGliddenLetterboxd: www.letterboxd.com/AustinGliddenYouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCloDyC7c094vxCxUDlc0-XQEmail: MediumCoolPod@gmail.com
The Criterion Break - Episode 25 - The Films of Ingmar Bergman: Part One
Fat Dude Digs Flicks
The Break is BACK!The boys begin their first Director’s Series with the Swedish master, Ingmar Bergman. The first two films on the list are 1957’s Wild Strawberries and 1960’s The Virgin Spring. Hear how these two films affected them and if they are looking forward to the remaining five films. The hosts also discuss their recent watches, most of which are Criterion adjacent or arthouse films worth talking about.Andy can be found across social media at:Facebook - Fat Dude Digs FlicksInstagram - FatDudeDigsFlicksTwitter - FatDudeFlicksLetterboxd - Fat Dude FlicksBlake (therealjohng) AND Derrick (dervdude) can both be found online as a part of:Facebook - Back Lot 605Instagram - BackLot605Twitter - BackLot605www.BackLot605.comLetterboxd profiles noted in parentheses.Blake also moonlights on the SLASHLOT podcast, wherever your catch your pods.Watch for Derrick on Back Lot’s social media on Monday’s for the Box Office Round-Up.Subscribe to this podcast and the Back Lot 605 podcast on Apple Podcasts, Stitcher Radio, or wherever you get your podcasts. Run a search and click on that subscribe button. Please take a second to rate and review the show, while you’re at it! Remember, subscribing to The Criterion Break with Andy and Blake also gets you the Let’s Taco ‘Bout podcast, also hosted by Andy, The Fat Dude. Let’s Taco ‘Bout features a conversation with a special guest where we discuss their lives, and a movie that has had an impact on it.If you’d like to contact us for any recommendations, questions, comments, or concerns, you can email us at FatDudeDigsFlicks@gmail.com. If by some small chance you’d like to donate anything to offset the cost of movie tickets (or streaming costs during this GLOBAL pandemic) and this podcast, be it via a gift card to pay for a digital rental, you can also send that to the aforementioned email. Any recommendation and donation will be mentioned in a future episode! If you can’t spare the dime, no worries: please leave a rating and/or a review, and spread the word about this podcast. Support the show (Http://www.PayPal.me/FatDudeDigsFlicks)
Episode 39: INGMAR BERGMAN Movie Reviews - Why SMILES OF A SUMMER NIGHT Is A Dark Comedy !
Robert Bellissimo At The Movies
In this episode, which is a part of my series, INGMAR BERGMAN Movie Reviews, I review SMILES OF A SUMMER NIGHT, which was written and directed by Ingmar Bergman.The film was released in 1955 and was a big breakthrough in Bergman's career, as he was experiencing depression, suicidal thoughts and the threat of losing a career if his Movie didn't make money at the box office in Sweden.Not only did it do well in Sweden, it was also an international hit!I review the film with YouTuber Nathan Jones! (His YouTube Channel Link Is Below). We discuss how beneath the comedy is a dark film, among many other things!https://m.youtube.com/channel/UChnXTN_a_lTctdU6twmpONQFollow Nathan on social media at the links below!IG: @Nate Jones Twitter:@NathanBJones23If this is your first time on my podcast, please consider subscribing!Want to receive exclusive content created by me? Become one of my Patreon members TODAY!patreon.com/RobertBellissimoAtTheMoviesConnect With Me On Social Media:Twitter: @RobertBellissimoAtTheMovies Facebook: fb.me/RobertBellissimoAtTheMovies IG: @RobertBellissimoAtTheMoviesDid you enjoy this episode ? Leave a tip below if you can! A Digital tip jar? What a time to be alive !ko-fi.com/robertbellissimoatthemovies
Like Godzilla vs King Kong, Edwin Caesar Gomez and Craig Herbert Hammill of Secret Movie Club go head to head on Ingmar Bergman's 1966 PERSONA. Edwin doesn't get it and thinks a lot of Bergman doesn't work. Craig thinks PERSONA is one of the greatest movies ever made and Bergman one of the greatest moviemakers who ever lived. Thus. . .Craig has to DEFEND THIS MOVIE. Who wins? Is the point even winning? At the very least we hope you'll take a listen and watch PERSONA to make up your own mind. Here we go...