Bask in a big-screen return to the golden age of international art-house cinema.
The 100th anniversary of the late, great Swedish filmmaker Ingmar Bergman’s birth provides the perfect opportunity to revisit or discover one of the 20th century’s most remarkable filmographies.
Perhaps the greatest director of actors in cinema history, Bergman established an extraordinary ensemble that appeared across his films, and in this retrospective you’ll see powerful, career-defining performances by Bibi Andersson, Harriet Andersson, Liv Ullmann, and Max von Sydow, among others.
Through these films and their piercing portrayals of romance, sexuality, complex family relationships, and the struggle to find meaning in existence, you’ll also encounter a body of work that has influenced generations of filmmakers—from Stanley Kubrick, Agnès Varda, John Waters, and Pedro Almodóvar to Asghar Farhadi, Greta Gerwig, and Alejandro González Iñárritu.
Wild Strawberries July 5 at 7PM
Summer with Monika July 6 at 7PM
Persona July 7 at 7PM
Smiles of a Summer Night July 12 at 7PM
Brink of Life July 12 at 9PM
Liv & Ingmar July 13 at 7PM
The Seventh Seal July 14 at 7PM
The Virgin Spring July 19 at 7PM
Shame July 26 at 7PM
Hour of the Wolf July 26 at 8:45PM
The Touch July 31 at 7PM
Fanny and Alexander August 2 at 7PM
Through a Glass Darkly August 7 at 7PM
Winter Light August 7 at 8:45PM
The Silence August 9 at 7PM
Cries and Whispers August 15 at 7PM
Autumn Sonata August 15 at 8:45PM