Published: Monday, 01 October 2018 22:24
In her documentary film “Bergman – A Year in a Life”, Jane Magnusson discusses the topic of Ingmar Bergman and Nazism. In his memoir “Laterna Magica” and his interviews Bergman consistently emphasized his Nazi enthusiasm that lasted until well after the end of World War became convinced II when he learend of the truth about the Holocaust.
The trouble with Ingmar's account is that nobody confirms it.
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Published: Monday, 01 October 2018 22:28
Antti Alanen (born 1955) is a film programmer at the Helsinki cinematheque (National Audiovisual Institute / Finland) and historian. He has been the programmer at the Helsinki cinematheque since 1985, programming for Cinema Orion. In 2019 the cinematheque is moving to Kino Regina at the new Central Library.
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Published: Monday, 23 July 2018 10:49
We are pleased to share the call for submissions for the Domitor 2018 Student Essay Award.
Call for Submissions
If you are currently enrolled in an undergraduate or graduate program, or have received a degree after January 2018, please consider submitting your paper.
Submissions may be written in either French or English and should not exceed 7000 words. All submissions are due electronically (as a PDF or Microsoft Word document).
All entrants must be enrolled in an undergraduate or graduate program at the time of submission, or have received a degree no earlier than January 2018. Essays prepared by students to fulfill course requirements may be submitted. An essay will not be accepted, however, if it has been previously published or issued in any form of general distribution. Each student may enter only one essay.
The deadline is September 1, 2018, and the award consists of a $500 prize and assistance with its publication in a professional film historical journal.
Read more: Domitor 2018 Student Essay Award submissions