FOUNDED BY INGMAR BERGMAN

We are a Stockholm-based production company, building on the foundation created by Ingmar Bergman, who founded the company in 1951. We work with performing arts, films & TV-series, music, opera, choreography and dance.

On location: The Touch (Beröringen) 1971 - Elliott Gould, Bibi Andersson, Ingmar Bergman, Sven Nykvist.

Photo: Bo-Erik Gyberg.

NEWS


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BILDMAKARNA / THE IMAGE MAKERS (2000)

Directed by Ingmar Bergman.


Per Olov Enquist's play about Selma Lagerlöf and film director Victor Sjöström after the shooting of The Phantom Carriage, one of Bergman's favourite films of all time.


The Image Makers deals with the creative process and the impulses which lie behind it, in this case the trauma caused to children who grow up with an alcoholic father. Through her straightforward and frank attitude, the young actress Tora Teje manages to prize open Lagerlöf's seemingly impenetrable facade, and an unexpected intimacy develops between them.


Featuring Anita Björk, Elin Klinga, Lennart Hjulström, Carl Magnus Dellow and  Henry Nyberg

OPERA


FANNY & ALEXANDER


After former collaborations with Mikael Karlsson we are happy to continue working with him, as well as Canadian librettist Royce Vavrek. Fanny and Alexander is a new opera to be written in English by Mikael and Royce, in creative collaboration with Cinematograph AB.

FILM DISTRIBUTION


THE TOUCH, 1971


Written & Directed by Ingmar Bergman


A seemingly happy Swedish housewife and mother begins an adulterous affair with a foreign archaeologist who is working near her home.


Run time: 115 min

DANCE FILMS


INGMAR BERGMAN

through the choreographer's eye


The renowned and innovative Swedish choreographers Alexander Ekman, Pär Isberg, Pontus Lidberg and Joakim Stephenson, with principal dancers from the Royal Swedish Ballet, interpret Ingmar Bergman through four unique dance performances.

NOBEL


NOBEL DIVERTISSEMENT 2018


Hammars Drama Productions produced the 2018 divertissement at the Nobel Prize banquet in the Stockholm City Hall.


Anna von Hausswolff gave voice to her own lyrics and to music created by her and composer Mikael Karlsson, who also played piano and pipe organ.