Sunday Tribune

Bergman’s house to become cultural haven


STOCKHOLM: A Norwegian businessma­n has bought late filmmaker Ingmar Bergman’s secluded Faro island home for an undisclose­d sum, according to the Swedish media on Friday.

Swedish daily Dagens Nyheter cites the director’s daughter, Linn Ullman, as saying that Norwegian archaeolog­ist, inventor and entreprene­ur, Hans Gude Gudesen, has bought the property.

According to the report, those working in film, music, theatre, literature and photograph­y will be able to seek scholarshi­ps to live and work at the estate for certain periods of time. – Sapa-AP

Newspapers in English

Newspapers from South Africa