Bergman 100: An Emerging Style

July 20–August 19, 2018

Enjoy rarely screened works by Ingmar Bergman in an intimate, salon-style setting.

  • All These Women

  • Prison

  • To Joy

  • A Lesson in Love

  • Upcoming
    Films
  • Past
    Films
  • Past
    Events

Upcoming Films

  • Prison

    Ingmar Bergman
    Sweden, 1949
    • Friday, July 20 7:30 PM
    • Sunday, July 22 3 PM

    In Bergman’s first major work, a young writer’s encounters with a prostitute fulfill the declaration that begins the film: “Human life is an inferno.”

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  • To Joy

    Ingmar Bergman
    Sweden, 1950
    • Friday, August 3 7:30 PM
    • Sunday, August 5 3 PM

    The redemptive power of music is Bergman’s central theme in this portrayal of an ambitious, mercurial violinist (Stig Olin), featuring the great Victor Sjöström as an orchestra conductor.

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  • A Lesson in Love

    Ingmar Bergman
    Sweden, 1954
    • Friday, August 10 7:30 PM
    • Sunday, August 12 3 PM

    A philandering gynecologist (Gunnar Björnstrand) preens while his wife and daughter (Eva Dahlbeck and Harriet Andersson) carry the day in this comedy “notable among Bergman’s work for its freedom and spontaneity of invention, its emotional richness, warmth and generosity” (Robin Wood).

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  • All These Women

    Ingmar Bergman
    Sweden, 1964
    • Friday, August 17 7:30 PM
    • Sunday, August 19 3 PM

    Set in the classical music world, Bergman’s first film in color is a satire about pompous men and the women (Bibi Andersson, Harriet Andersson, and Eva Dahlbeck) who stroke men’s vanity while getting just what they want from them.

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Past Films

  • Prison

    • Friday, July 20 7:30 PM
    • Sunday, July 22 3 PM
    Ingmar Bergman
    Sweden, 1949

    In Bergman’s first major work, a young writer’s encounters with a prostitute fulfill the declaration that begins the film: “Human life is an inferno.”