Sylvia Ingemarsson worked with Ingmar Bergman on 14 projects during the late stage of his career, and Fanny and Alexander is perhaps their best known collaboration. Bergman’s most autobiographical film, a sprawling family saga, Fanny and Alexander centres around the two children of the theatrical Ekdahl family in turn-of-the-century Sweden. After the sudden death of their father, their cosy familial unit crumbles when their mother marries a stern bishop. Bergman and Ingemarsson conjure a vivid portrait of childhood in this magical and enthralling work of cinema.