SOUND, ACT, PRESENCE: CLASSICAL MUSIC IN THE FILMS OF INGMAR BERGMAN
In this lecture-recital, Dr Anyssa Neumann will explore the appearance, function, and meaning of classical music in Swedish film-maker Ingmar Bergman’s work, from his earliest films in the 1940s to his last in 2003. Using audio-visual examples, she will discuss how Bergman weaves the classical canon into his soundscapes and narratives and incorporates music into the lives of his characters.
- Suzi Ruffell
- Apr 02 2020 - Apr 03 2020
- All Day