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Bergman Week

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Bergman Week

The 12th edition of its festival – the Bergman Week – will take place on June 22-28, 2015. Check our full schedule below and then buy tickets here.

Program Overview

Ingrid Bergman’s Centenary: Autumn Sonata in focus

In this 12th edition Bergman Week turns the spotlight towards another Bergman: Ingrid in the occasion of the centenary of her birth in 1915.

Ingmar Bergman’s Autumn Sonata (1978) was Ingrid’s final performance on the big screen, for which she received her 7th Academy Award nomination. This long-awaited collaboration between Sweden’s most notable Bergmans also received an Academy Award nomination for best script.

Bergman Week honors Ingrid Bergman’s memory with a special section of the program, “5 X Sonata”, with guests who were involved in the making of the movie and can share their experience first hand with the public, including long collaborator and producer Katinka Faragó and the editor responsible for editing 14 of Ingmar Bergman’s films, from Autumn Sonata to his last one, Saraband, Sylvia Ingemarsdotter.

Autumn Sonata is also presented as a theatre adaptation with actresses Grynet Molvig and Paula Ternström as directed by Rune Jakobsson, with piano player Martin Edin.

Music from different corners

Bergman Week will also be the occasion for the public to enjoy an opera based on Ingmar Bergman’s Cries and Whispers (1972), composed by the New York based Brazilian composer João MacDowell.
Norwegian composer and jazz pianist Jan Gunnar Hoff will present his latest solo album and also pieces composed on Fårö during his time as a resident in one of Bergman’s houses.

For those who missed the chance to experience the multimedia performance The Magic Flute in August 2014, there will be another chance to see the magic show involving music, dance, acrobatics, animation and puppet theatre.

Experience Bergman’s films in his own private cinema

Once a year there is a chance to sit on Bergman’s own cinema on Fårö. This year you will have the opportunity to watch the features he shot on the island just a few meters away from the filming locations. Prepare for a magical experience that won’t be easy forget.

Work-in-progress

Bergman Week will welcome director Gellert Tamas, who together with Lawen Mohtadi, will show extracts and discuss their collaboration in the upcoming documentary depicting author and activist Katarina Taikon’s life and struggle in name of the Romanian civil rights in Sweden during the 60s and 70s.

Director Lisa Aschan is coming to Fårö to present working material of her upcoming feature The white people. With actress Pernilla August and Vera Vitali, the film portrays six locked up people as they struggle to survive. Adding another aspect to the discussion is the documentary Förvaret, screened and presented by director Anna Persson and Shaon Chakraborty.

Erik Hemmendorrf who produced the Swedish Oscar nominee for 2015, Ruben Östlund’s Turist will present extracts of his latest production, Epifania, a coproduction between Sweden and Colombia, shot partially on Fårö, by directors Anna Ekborn and Oscar Ruiz Navia.

Film Premiere

The Philosopher King by Canadian director Rouzbeh Noori, shot on Fårö in 2014 will have its premiere during Bergman Week.

Also in the program is Liv Ullman’s latest work as a director, the Hollywood production Miss Julie, with Colin Farrel and Jessica Chastain in the main roles. Miss Julie is yet to be released in the cinemas in Sweden.

And much more! Take a look at the whole program below.

Schedule

Monday June 22

15:00-16:15 Opening Ceremony, Fårö Church
Bergman Week opens as usual with a ceremony in the beautiful Fårö church with music attractions ranging from jazz to contemporary opera. Welcome!

17:00-19:00 Tapas Evening, Bergman Center
Just a stone’s throw away from the church, Bergman Center will open its doors to welcome its guests from near and far. Mingle and a lot of tapas.

19:00-21:00 FILM Autumn Sonata, Bergman Center
This year’s opening film is a tribute to Ingrid Bergman, who would have turned 100 years old in 2015.
Director: Ingmar Bergman, 1978

Tuesday June 23

9:30-11:00 Breakfast with poetry, Café Smultronstället (Bergman Center)
Over breakfast at our lovely café, writer and poet Pontus Lindh gives a taste of his upcoming book, Fårö’s Appendix.

11:00-12:30 FILM 100 years of Swedish Animation, Cinema (Bergman Center)
To celebrate the 100th anniversary of Swedish animated films, a selection of shorts presented by Kajsa Hedström, responsible for the archives at the Swedish Film Institute.

11:00-12:30 FILM Persona, Bergman’s private cinema
Director: Ingmar Bergman, 1966

13:00-15:00 FILM My Little Sister, Sudersandsbion
Director: Sanna Lenken, 2015. Followed by Q&A with the director.

13:30-14:30 DIALOGUE “5 x Sonata” with producer Katinka Faragó, Bergman Center
Autumn Sonata starring Ingrid Bergman is in focus under this year’s Bergman Week.

15:00-16:30 FILM Bergman behind-the-scenes, Cinema (Bergman Center)
Take a trip behind the scenes of several Ingmar Bergman’s movies through the eyes of the director himself.

16:00-18:00 FILM Shame, Bergman’s private cinema
Director: Ingmar Bergman, 1968

17:00-18:15 MUSIC Piano concert with Jan Gunnar Hoff, Bergman Center
Solo concert by Norwegian composer and jazz musician Jan Gunnar Hoff.

19:00-21:00 FILM Smiles of a Summer Night, Cinema (Bergman Center)
Director: Ingmar Bergman, 1955

19:00-21:00 EXCURSION “Shame Safari”, starting at the Bergman Center
A guided tour where you get to dive deep into the making of Shame, shot on Fårö in 1968, in the company of producer Katinka Faragó and cinematographer Arne Carlsson.

Wednesday June 24

10:00-11:00 FILM Ingmar Bergman: Intermezzo, Cinema (Bergman Center)
Gunnar Bergdahl presents the screening of his filmed conversation with Ingmar Bergman in 2004.

11:00-13:00 FILM Dreams, Bergman’s private cinema
Director: Ingmar Bergman, 1955

11:15-12:45 DIALOGUE “5 x Sonata” with still photographer Arne Carlsson, Bergman Center
Autumn Sonata starring Ingrid Bergman is in focus under this year’s Bergman Week.

13:30-16:00 FILM From the Life of the Marionettes + Dear Director, Bergman Center
From the Life of the Marionettes (Ingmar Bergman, 1980) is preceded by the short documentary Dear Director by Marcus Lindeen, and followed by Q&A with the director.

13:30-15:30 FILM Through a Glass Darkly, Bergman’s private cinema
Director: Ingmar Bergman, 1961

14:00-15:00 Guided tour, Bergman Center
Our local guides take your through the museum exhibitions with anecdotes and secret stories of Ingmar Bergman’s life and work on Fårö.

16:15-17:15 WORK IN PROGRESS Epifania, Bergman Center
Meet producer Erik Hemmendorff and the director Anna Ekborn in a talk about their cooperation for the film Epifania which was shot both at Fårö and in Colombia.

17:30-18:30 LECTURE Bergman as a writer with Jan Holmberg, Bergman Center
Jan Holmberg, guardian of the archives of the Ingmar Bergman Foundation, talks about the subject his upcoming book.

19:30-21:00 THEATER Autumn Sonata, Bergman Center
Grynet Molvig and Paula Ternström portray mother and daughter in the adapted version of Ingmar Bergman’s Autumn Sonata.

Thursday June 25

10:00-11:00 EXCURSION Bergman on your own, Cinema (Bergman Center)
Our guide will show you clips of Bergman’s productions shot on Fårö and provide you with a map of shooting locations for your to explore around the island.

10:00-11:00 DIALOGUE Bergman’s voice, Bergman’s private cinema
Here you can sit with journalist Martin Dyfverman in the same room where Ingmar Bergman gave a radio interview in 2005, and hear his own thoughts about it.

11:00-12:00 DIALOGUE “5 x Sonata” with sound designer Owe Svensson, Bergman Center
Autumn Sonata starring Ingrid Bergman is in focus under this year’s Bergman Week.

11:00-13:00 FILM The Passion of Anna, Bergman’s private cinema
Diretor: Ingmar Bergman, 1969

13:00-14:30 FILM Best of Swedish Talents, Sudersandsbion
Meet the future of Swedish film through a selection of short films. In cooperation with Film på Gotland.

13:00-14:00 THEATER Liv Collectiv Étude, Bergman Center
The theatre group Liv Collectiv Étude from Paris takes you on a journey through Ingmar Bergman’s female characters. With Ruth Vega Fernandez, Caroline Breton and Pauline Moulène.

14:30-16:30 FILM 3XTonino, Cinema (Bergman Center)
A documentary on the great journey of Tonino Guerra, scriptwriter behind masterpieces by great directors such as Fellini, Antonioni and even Tarkovsky.

14:30-16:30 FILM Autumn Sonata, Bergman’s private cinema
Director: Ingmar Bergman, 1978

19:00-20:00 MUSIC The Magic Flute, Bergman Center
A multimedia performance of The Magic Flute with music, dance, acrobatics, animation and puppet theatre.

Friday June 26

10:00-11:00 DIALOGUE “5 x Sonata” with editor Sylvia Ingemarsdotter, Cinema (Bergman Center)
Autumn Sonata starring Ingrid Bergman is in focus under this year’s Bergman Week.

11:00-13:00 FILM Smiles of a Summer Night, Bergman’s private cinema
Director: Ingmar Bergman, 1955

13:00-15:30 FILM The Philosopher King + Bergman’s grandchild, Cinema (Bergman Center)
A double screening of two productions shot on Fårö: short film Bergman’s grandchild, by Emil Mkrttchian, and the feature The Philosopher King, by Ray Noori. Followed by Q&A with Ray Noori.

16:00-17:30 FILM Open set, Sudersandsbio
Now is the chance to watch the scenes recorded two days earlier in front of the audience at the film studio in Fårosund.

17:00-18:30 MUSIC Opera Cries & Whispers, Bergman Center
An opera inspired by Ingmar Bergman’s Cries and Whispers composed by João MacDowell.

19:00-21:00 Quiz & Dinner, Café Smultronstället
(Bergman Center)
Who knows best about Bergman? Compete in the year’s funniest quiz hosted by Jan Göransson, Head of Press of the Swedish Film Institute.

Saturday June 27

10:00-11:00 FILM Films from Workshop, Cinema (Bergman Center)
A selection of works made by children at Bergman Center’s Creative Workshop.

11:00-12:30 WORK IN PROGRESS Taikon, Cinema (Bergman Center)
Writer and journalist Gellert Tamas meets Lawen Mohtadi for a conversation about their debut as film directors: a documentary about the Swedish icon Katarina Taikon.

11:00-13:00 FILM Persona, Bergman’s private cinema
Director: Ingmar Bergman, 1966

13:00-15:30 FILM “5 x Sonata” with music professor Alexis Luko, Cinema (Bergman Center)
Screening of Autumn Sonata is introduced by an analysis of the use of music in the film and in Bergman’s movies in general by professor Alexis Luko.

13:30-15:30 FILM The Passion of Anna, Bergman’s private cinema
Director: Ingmar Bergman, 1969

16:00-17:30 WORK IN PROGRESS The white people, Cinema (Bergman Center)
A film about the struggle to survive of six locked up people. The director Lisa Aschan shows clips and talks about the ongoing work.

16:00-20:00 EXCURSION The Great Bergman Safari, starting at Bergman Center
The Safari bus takes you through Fårö through the eyes of Ingmar Bergman and the locations he himself chose to shoot his seven films on the island finishing with lamb burgers at a typical Fårö landscape.

19:00-21:00 FILM Miss Julie, Cinema (Bergman Center)
Director: Liv Ullmann, 2015

Sunday June 28

9:30-12:00 Film Brunch, Café Smultronstället, Cinema (Bergman Center)
How about a surprise film with pancakes?

11:00-13:00 FILM Shame, Bergman’s private cinema
Director: Ingmar Bergman, 1968

13:00-15:30 FILM Förvaret + Crisis Document, Cinema (Bergman Center)
A double screening of the unique documentary about life in a Swedish detention center combined with a short film about the crisis in Greece.

20:00-22:00 Closing Party, Old Harbor
Everything has to come to an end. Celebrate this great edition with grilled burgers at a gorgeous environment and prepare for next year’s festival!

Venues

Fårö Church

Bergman Center
Cinema
Café Smultronstället

Bergman’s private cinema

Sudersandsbion

Old Harbor

Tickets and prices

All tickets can be purchased at Bergman Center or online.

Buy tickets now


Membership Card

A membership card is mandatory to attend any of Bergman Week’s event, and costs 50 kronor.

Film screenings

Cinema (Bergman Center) and Sudersandsbion: 100 kr
Bergman’s private cinema: 300 kr

Other Events
Dialogues, Lectures, Work in progress: 120 kr
Music, Theater and others: 150 kr, 175 kr
Guided tour at Bergman Center: 140 kr
Bergman on your own: 150 kr
“Shame” Safari: 350 kr
The Great Bergman Safari: 450 kr

Contact us

If you have any questions, feel free to contact us.

 

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