With 9 personal Oscar nominations and 3 of his films winning the Best Foreign Language Film Oscar, Ingmar Bergman perhaps holds the rare distinction of being the man with the largest Oscar honors while never working in Hollywood. Ingmar Bergman stormed the world of cinema with two highly acclaimed films in 1957 – 'Seventh Seal' & 'Wild Strawberries'. His strict Christian upbringing led him to question faith in films like 'Through a Glass Darkly' and 'Winter Light'. Bergman explored despair, hopelessness and even comedy of the human condition. Films like 'Persona', 'Scenes From A Marriage', 'Autumn Sonata' & 'Fanny & Alexander' won him many awards worldwide, even multiple Oscars. This versatile man - also a theatre & opera director and a writer - left a legacy to last till the very existence of cinema… and thought.