'Stromboli, Land of God' follows Karin (Ingrid Bergman), a young Lithuanian woman who, eager to escape from a refugee camp, marries Antonio (Mario Vitale), a simple Italian fisherman, after he promises a great life on his home island of Stromboli. Karin soon discovers the island is harsh and unforgiving, with the locals acting in a hostile manner towards her, a strange, foreign woman. Her despondency increasing, she starts looking for ways to escape the desolation of this new life.
Bergman and Magnani: The War of the Volcanoes (Francesco Patiemo, 2012, 52 mins): documentary charting the scandal of the Magnani-Rossellini-Bergman love triangle, told against the backdrop of their rival film productions in the Aeolian islands
Ingrid Bergman at the National Film Theatre (Chris Mohr, 1981, 36 mins): archival Guardian lecture with the legendary actress
Living and Departed (Tag Gallagher, 2015, 18 mins): visual essay on Rossellini and Bergman's collaborations by film scholar Tag Gallagher
Classification is to be confirmed by the British Board of Film Classification