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Oscar Rosander

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Occupation  film editor
Education  Uppsala University
Role  Film Editor
Name  Oscar Rosander
Years active  1935–1961

Oscar Rosander Oscar Rosander Film editor Personer Ingmar Bergman

Born  25 July 1901Eksjo, Jonkopings lan, Sweden
Died  May 7, 1971, Las Palmas, Spain
Spouse  Ulla Lewenhaupt (m. ?–1940)
Children  Ebba Marie-Louise Rosander
Similar People  Gunnar Fischer, Erik Nordgren, Gunnar Bjornstrand, Ulla Isaksson, Sven Nykvist

Oscar Rosander (25 July 1901 – 7 May 1971) was a Swedish film editor with more than 100 feature film credits. He was born in Eksjö, Sweden in 1901. He studied modern languages at Uppsala University and later worked with film dubbing and editing for the Swedish film studio Svensk Filmindustri.

Rosander had an extended, notable collaboration on twelve films with the director Ingmar Bergman, including Bergman's debut film Crisis (1946) as well as Smiles of a Summer Night (1955), Wild Strawberries (1957), The Magician (1958), and The Virgin Spring (1960). In his autobiography, Bergman credits Rosander with teaching him the possibilities of editing and of "editing behind the camera".

He died at Las Palmas, Canary Islands, in 1971.

Selected filmography

  • Art for Art's Sake (1938)
  • Dollar (1938)
  • Thunder and Lightning (1938)
  • Kiss Her! (1940)
  • One, But a Lion! (1940)
  • Bright Prospects (1941)
  • The Fight Continues (1941)
  • Ride Tonight! (1942)
  • Dolly Takes a Chance (1944)
  • Jolanta the Elusive Pig (1945)
  • Kristin Commands (1946)
  • Customs Officer Bom (1951)
  • References

    Oscar Rosander Wikipedia

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