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Ingmar Bergman and Sven Nykvist

Ingmar Bergman and cinematographer Sven Nykvist on the set of "Scenes from a marriage" ("Scener ur ett äktenskap",

Sven Nykvist (1922–2006) Swedish cinematographer,  "Cries & Whispers" (1972), "Fanny and Alexander" (1983)  and other Ingmar Bergman movies.  Worked also with Tarkovsky, W. Allen, Polanski, and Malle.

Sven Nykvist Swedish cinematographer, "Cries & Whispers" "Fanny and Alexander" and other Ingmar Bergman movies.

Sven Nykvist

Sven Nykvist photographed by Andrei Tarkovsky during the making of Sacrifice.

Inspiration for the last shot of the film in which Adrian presses his hand towards a woman, only to touch a transparent wall

Persona (1966)

Ingmar Bergman’s The Silence and Persona. The Silence is in part a prelude to later films, in which Bergman has shifted his focus from God to people, from theology to psychology.

Construction for tracking shot. The scene where Alexander bicycles over to Maria's place, passing an abandoned car. Kerstin Eriksdotter, Sven Nykvist, Andrei Tarkovsky, Layla Alexander Garrett, Hasse Wallin

A documentary about Sven Nykvist’s lighting process on The Sacrifice

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On Sven Nykvist: With One Eye He Cries One of the foremost cinematographers in film history, Sven Nykvist was a longtime collaborator of Ingmar Bergman who also worked with other fantastic film.

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