Week of June 17, 2018

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Sunday, June 17

Sunday, June 17
5 PM
Ingmar Bergman,
Sweden,
1955,
(87 mins)
A fashion director (Eva Dahlbeck) and her top model (Harriet Andersson) grapple with relationships old and new in Bergman’s film that explores love as a function of reflection and projection.
Sunday, June 17
7 PM
Michelangelo Antonioni,
France, Italy,
1961,
(122 mins)

Digital Restoration
BAMPFA Student Committee Pick!
Film to Table dinner follows the August 25 screening

Novelist Marcello Mastroianni and his wife Jeanne Moreau play out a drama of marital disillusionment against Antonioni’s rigorous sense of place and architecture.

Monday, June 18

Tuesday, June 19

Wednesday, June 20

Wednesday, June 20
12:15 PM
Explore the works on view in Way Bay 2 with tours led by UC Berkeley graduate students.
Included with admission
Series Guided Tours
Wednesday, June 20
7 PM
Michelangelo Antonioni,
France, Italy,
1962,
(125 mins)

Digital Restoration

“Antonioni’s 1962 masterpiece showcases Monica Vitti as his moodiest, most evasive heroine, drifting out of one affair and into another with Alain Delon’s mercurial stockbroker” (Village Voice). “Perhaps the director’s most savage blast of gorgeous B&W ennui” (Time Out).

Thursday, June 21

Thursday, June 21
4–7 PM

Drop-in Art Making

Thursday, June 21
7 PM
Valeska Grisebach,
Austria, Bulgaria, Germany,
2017,
(120 mins)

East Bay Premiere

This intense, slow-burning thriller follows a group of German construction workers installing a hydroelectric plant in remote rural Bulgaria. “A stunning existential study of masculinity” (Sight & Sound).

Friday, June 22

Friday, June 22
4–9 PM

Drop-in Art Making

Friday, June 22
5 PM
Thomas Reidelsheimer,
United Kingdom,
2017,
(91 mins)

BAMPFA Student Committee Pick!
Film to Table dinner follows the June 2 screening

This visually striking, thought-provoking documentary about the British installation artist Andy Goldsworthy is a sequel to the director’s groundbreaking Rivers and Tides—Andy Goldsworthy Working with Time.
Friday, June 22
7 PM
Clarence Brown,
United States,
1930,
(90 mins)
A world-weary Swedish girl (Garbo) makes her way back to her father’s fishing barge in Garbo’s sound debut, theatrically directed by Clarence Brown and costarring Charles Bickford and Marie Dressler.

Saturday, June 23

Saturday, June 23
11 AM–9 PM

Drop-in Art Making

Saturday, June 23
6 PM
Ingmar Bergman,
Sweden,
1955,
(108 mins)
Couples meet, split, and reconverge at a country house in the summer of 1900 in Bergman’s carnal comedy. “A tragic-comic chase and roundelay [carried] into elegance and lyric poetry” (Pauline Kael).
Saturday, June 23
8:15 PM
Vera Chytilová,
Czechoslovakia,
1966,
(74 mins)

35mm Print

Chytilová's most acclaimed film, spawned by the Prague Spring, is a brilliantly colored surrealist comedy starring a couple of chicks in search of kicks.