October 12 2020

   Screening in Paris

Act 1   AMENDS  (click for info)

Hammars Drama Productions produced the 2018 divertissement at

the Nobel Prize banquet in the Stockholm City Hall on December 10.

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.

Orchestration by Michael P. Atkinson & Mikael Karlsson.

Dancers from The Royal Swedish Ballet, Desislava Stoeva and

Jérôme Marchand, performed to a choreography by Nicolas Le Riche.

The 2018 Divertissement was based on personal and altruistic courage, linked among other things to the 2018 Peace Prize by

a call to celebrate and honour women.

The production was a co-production with The Royal Swedish Opera, producers were Marie-Louise Sid-Sylwander, Ingmar Bergman jr and Tove Asplind.

Nobel Prize 2018:


Productions by Hammars Drama Productions




Director & Producer: Fredrik Stattin, Nordisk Drama & Dokumentär

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.

Foto: Jörgen Bodesand


In this recently produced documentary we follow the four choreographers travelling to Fårö on an inspirational and preparation trip, visiting Ingmar Bergman's home and studios, together with Ingmar Bergman jr.

The documentary includes rehearsals and interviews with the choreographers during the making of 'Ingmar Bergman through the Choreographer's eye'.

Length 34 minutes   -   Format HD / Stereo   -   Production 2017


Editor & camera: Engeli Broberg

An experimental choreographic installation by choreographer Alexander Ekman with a theme based on Ingmar Bergman's famous TV-series 'Scenes from a marriage'.

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