Here is one obituary, here is Wikipedia. His six-hour Scenes from a Marriage is probably my favorite movie, ever (in the more common abridged version only the first installment makes sense, but it is still a knockout). The Seventh Seal is his most overrated movie; Wild Strawberries and Fanny and Alexander are also famous but not his best stuff. The dreamy Persona is the next one to try, or at 83 minutes probably the best introduction to his work. Winter Light is splendid on a big screen. Smiles of a Summer Night was my favorite movie in my thirties. The hilarious Devil’s Eye — a take-off on Faust and Don Giovanni — is the most underrated. At least twenty of his movies are worth seeing, just dig in and keep going. I am still sorry I never saw his theatrical production of A Winter’s Tale when it came to NYC.