Ingmar Bergman Revisited: Art, Media and Intermediality, 7.5 hpSecond level
The course offers a reappraisal of Ingmar Bergman’s work in various arts and media and their interrelations. Thus the course explores the concepts of interartiality and intermediality as focal points for approaching Bergman’s body of work and its appropriations and intertexts. Special attention is awarded ongoing research in the Ingmar Bergman Archive.On completion of the course, students should have aquired:
- an enhanced knowledge of Swedish film and televison culture in general and Ingmar Bergman’s work in particular
- an advanced familiarity with interartiality and intermediality as concepts and fields of study
- an ability to evaluate and formulate research questions within this particular domain of film studies
More information can be found on the department's websiteDepartment of Media Studies www.ims.su.se
Special eligibility requirementsBachelor level courses, 30 ECTS, in Cinema Studies or equivalent. English B; or, qualified for advanced-level studies at Stockholm University.
Selection: Higher Education Credits (up to 270).
Start period: Period 1 - starts during the first half of the semester
Tuition fees only concern citizens outside the EU, EES and Switzerland First instalment: 11250 SEK Total course/programme fee: 11250 SEK