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The Project Gutenberg EBook of Fra Angelico, by J. B. Supino
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The Swedish government has announced a donation of 20 million crowns ($3 million Cdn) to help preserve the films and scripts of the late director Ingmar Bergman.
Prime Minister Fredrik Reinfeldt and Culture Minister Lena Adelsohn Liljeroth made the proclamation in a letter published Monday in the daily Dagens Nyheter.
"[Ingmar] Bergman has given Swedish stage art a unique position in the world. It deserves to be recognized … The rich output of films and television drama contributed by Bergman make up an important part of our cultural heritage," they wrote.
"It is important to ensure that [his] artistic heritage is managed and can provide inspiration to the audience of tomorrow."
Bergman, who died on July 30 at age 89 in his home on the Baltic Sea island of Faro, will be commemorated at Sweden's Royal Dramatic Theatre on Monday evening.
He was hailed by American director Woody Allen as "the greatest film artist of my lifetime."
The money would mainly cover films which the legendary auteur directed or wrote, as well as the purchase of copyrights and converting Bergman's scripts into digital form.
The letter noted the director's films were in high demand from festivals but there were too few copies of certain works and the quality in some cases was poor.
While the Ingmar Bergman Foundation keeps a vast private archive of Bergman's scripts, notes and photographs, the foundation lacks the resources to digitize the archive.
Considered one of the great masters of 20th century cinema, Bergman won numerous international awards, including Oscars for best foreign film for The Virgin Spring, Through a Glass Darkly and Fanny and Alexander.
For more than three decades he produced an average of a movie a year, including Wild Strawberries (1957), Through a Glass Darkly (1961), Winter Light (1963), Scenes from a Marriage (1973), Autumn Sonata (1978) and Saraband (2003).
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本計畫（數位典藏內容開發公開徵選計畫）的主要工作在於補助並協助有興趣參與數位典藏內容開發工作的機構，建置各類型典藏品的數位化資料庫。凡是擁有珍貴 文物（書畫、典籍、地圖、拓片、器物等）、或是資料（動物標本、植物標本、地質標本、音樂、影像、照片、檔案等）之公私立典藏單位或學術、研究機構，都可 以申請參與本計畫。
- 後設資料：1,991,932 筆
- 數位化影像：1,461,455 筆
- 數位化影音：4,035 筆
- 數位化媒材總計：3,457,422 筆
The money will be used to host an annual international theatre festival organised by the Royal Dramatic Theatre in Bergman's honour and to make digital copies of his films.
The theatre will also be given funds to buy the rights to Bergman's works.
"It is important to ensure that Ingmar Bergman's artistic heritage is managed and can provide inspiration to the audience of tomorrow and the film and stage world of the future," Prime Minister Fredrik Reinfeldt and Culture Minister Lena Adelsohn Liljeroth wrote in leading Swedish daily Dagens Nyheter announcing their initiative.
Bergman died at his home on the Baltic
For many movie buffs, Bergman was the greatest of the authorial filmmakers of the 1950s and 1960s, alongside such figures as Federico Fellini, Luis Bunuel or Jean-Luc Godard.
For more than three decades he produced an average of a movie a year, including "Wild Strawberries" (1957), "The Virgin Spring" (1960), "Through a Glass Darkly" (1961), "Winter Light" (1963), "Scenes from a Marriage" (1973), "Autumn Sonata" (1978) and "Saraband" (2003).
On Monday, the Royal Dramatic Theatre and the government were to hold a memorial in Bergman's honour featuring many of his leading actors, including Lena Endre, Pernilla August and Boerje Ahlstedt.