The eleventh Bergman Week is now closed. Among the guests on Fårö were directors Bille August, Catherine Breillat, Lisa Langseth and Richard Ayoade, writer Klas Östergren, choreographer Alexander Ekman and many more.
In addition to film screenings the programme included theatre on the beach by Bergman Center, dance in the hangar on Bunge airport and a live film set in Kustateljén in Fårösund.
We would like to give a warm thanks to all of our visitors, guests, staff and partners. See you next year!
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17 April, 2013 18:38
Please be aware that there has been a few changes in the schedule since the sneak preview of the programme last week. But there’s no need to panic! If you have already bought tickets one of the screenings or lectures that has been changed, we will contact you. Among other things we have added screenings [...]
Welcome to the Bergman Week blog! Since the Bergman Week celebrates its 10th anniversary this year, the line up will be something extra. We are immensely happy and proud to present our fantastic guests: Sally Potter, Karl Ove Knausgård, P C Jersild, Maria Sveland, Noah Baumbach, Greta Gerwig, and many more. We look forward to [...]
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30 Sept. – Bergman center closes for the season
11.00-18.00 Fanny&Alexander, the long version (5 hours). Lunch: Christmas rice pudding. 200 SEK.
The Magic Flute on Gotland. Performance at the Bergman Center on Fårö, 24th August 7.30 p.m.
In order to meet public demand, the dress rehearsal of The Magic Flute on Fårö on Sunday 24th August at 3 p.m. will be open to the public.
Tickets: 75 SEK for adults and 25 SEK for children under the age of 16.
”AT THE WATER’S EDGE”
BERGMAN’S SUMMER FILMS 2014
Mondays July and August 19.00
The Bergman Center on Fårö, The Cinema
Membership card Bergman’s summer films (compulsory): 50 SEK
Admission screening with introduction: 50 SEK
Enact a scene from THE MAGIC FLUTE in the Bergman Week! At the Creative Workshop, the Bergman Center, 26th June 10.00-17.00 Pulp Puppets create live animated stage art where the public watch the film being shot and screened at the same time. With simple tools and complicated solutions, we’ll piece our pictures together. Come and [...]