Swedishfilm-maker Sven Nykvist, a legendary cinematographer who worked on many IngmarBergman classics, died Wednesday in Stockholm. He was 83 and being treated fora form of dementia.

The Stockholm International Film Festival announced that its forthcoming 17th event would be dedicated to Nykvist.

Nykvistwon two Oscars, for Bergman's 1973 Cries And Whispers and 1984's Fanny And Alexander.

His workon about 120 films also included Lasse Hallstrom's What's Eating Gilbert Grape, Nora Ephron's SleeplessIn Seattle, Philip Kaufman's The Unbearable Lightness Of Being, Richard Attenborough's Chaplin, Woody Allen's Crimes and Misdemeanors and Louis Malle'sPretty Baby. The last Nykvist workedon was 1999's Curtain Call by PeterYates.

He alsowrote and directed several of his own films, including Oxen and One On One.

Nykvist'swife, Ulrika, died in 1982. He is survived by his son, daughter-in-law and twograndchildren.