Thank you!

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!

Photo Carla Orrego Veliz

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