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DIED Erland Josephson, 88, Swedish actor who collaborated with his close friend Ingmar Bergman on films such as Scenes from a Marriage and Cries and Whispers...

Joseph W. Sarno

In the subbasement of American movies known as sexploitation--tawdry tales made on the cheap, with a little female flesh--a few artists toiled to realize dream...

Short List

1 | DVD The Seventh Seal and Bergman Island Ingmar Bergman's 1957 morality play about a knight playing chess with Death never had such clarity as in Criterion's...

Why Ingmar Bergman Mattered

The Colbert Report has an occasional segment called "Cheating Death," which is introduced by the image of Stephen facing the hooded figure of Death over a...

Woody Allen on Ingmar Bergman

He created indelible allegories of postwar man adrift without God. He was the movies' great dramatist of strong, tortured women, and the finest director of...

When Antonioni Blew Up the Movies

Two supreme American novelists, F. Scott Fitzgerald, 44, and Nathanael West, 37, died within a day of each other in December 1940. Just a few hours after Edith...

Milestones Aug. 13, 2007

DIED He had the last televised interview with John Lennon and the first U.S. TV appearance of U2. But longtime NBC talk-show host Tom Snyder was best known for...

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