Ingrid becomes obsessed with a social network star named Taylor Sloane who seemingly has a perfect life. But when Ingrid decides to drop everything and move west to be Taylor's friend, her behaviour turns unsettling and dangerous.
A personal portrait of mythical and controversial actress Ingrid Bergman based on her many home movies and diaries.
After being raped by her father, Ingrid moves to Rome and ends up becoming a prostitute. She finds a friend in Claudia, but Claudia's protector is a sadistic thug by the name of Renato who will show her the worst of the what life in the city has to offer.
Ingrid tells the story of a prominent Dallas socialite/fashion designer in the 80s-- who dropped her life and ran off to the woods in order to pursue a personal and creative one. She has since become a total hermit and spends her time creating art out of rocks from the nearby creek. It is a never-ending project. Ingrid peels off the layers of this woman's persona, questioning what would drive a successful Texas fashion designer to leave her profession and family to immerse herself in nature and become an entirely self sufficient woman of the woods.
A girl finds herself after failing her latest audition.
An intimate portrait of a body.
Ingrid Bergman and Roberto Rossellini at a gala held in Sweden in 1953.
Original newsreels, clips from Roberto Rossellini films starring the actress, and above all, astonishing home movies made largely by Ingrid Bergman herself: they all go into this story of the great Hollywood star's Italian years, from 1948 to 1956. Eight years that cover her memorable love affair with Roberto Rossellini, their three children and five unforgettable films. It's an Italian journey through Ingrid's eyes, here in an unusual role as "director", and an emotional and at times exotic look at the country, part family life, part Dolce Vita. The narrator for the occasion is the actress herself, in interviews and other stock footage, with the exception of a letter to Roberto Rossellini which is the stuff of legend, read by their daughter Isabella.
An examination of the relationship between film star Ingrid Bergman and wartime photographer Robert Capa.
Documentary about the life and work of actress Ingrid Bergman, with personal insights from her daughters, Pia Lindstrom and Isabella Rossellini.
Lisa is a Stockholm fashion designer who leaves the big city to rent a country home for the summer. The landlords have a beautiful 17-year-old daughter Ingrid, and at summer's end Lisa agrees to take Ingrid back to the city to give her a job as a model. When Lisa sets Ingrid up with a date, the teenage temptress wears out her date then bounces from bed to bed in her amorous pursuits of love and freedom. Ingrid invites Lisa over for dinner where they also end up in bed together in this erotic exploitation feature.
Ingrid Superstar screen test by Andy Warhol.
1943 documentary with Ingrid Bergman.
Ingrid Fliter - Live in Recital
On 19 July 1965, the South-African poet Ingrid Jonker walked into the sea near Drieankerbaai in Cape Town at the age of 31. She left behind a little daughter and an oeuvre of three laurelled collections of poems. Jonker's work fell into oblivion, until on 25 May 1994 president Nelson Mandela opened the very first session of the first democratically elected parliament of South Africa with Jonker's poem Die kind wat dood geskiet is deur soldate by Nyanga, a poem from 1960 that refers to the demonstrations near Sharpeville. Mandela chose the poem for good reason; he called Jonker 'both an African and an Afrikaner'. A white person in South Africa cannot get a bigger compliment. In the documentary Korreltjie niks is my dood, director Saskia van Schaik reconstructs the poet's eventful life, making her powerful poetry with its South-African rhythm tell part of the story. (filmcommission.nl)