29 Aug 2018 - 01 Jan 2019
BAMPFA, The Berkeley Art Museum and the Pacific Film Archive, highlights the centenary of Bergman's birth by presenting a yearlong retrospective with multiple series that illuminate different dimensions of Bergman's career.
BAMPFA continues its programming for the Bergman 100 celebration during 2018 with three new installments:
In Focus: Ingmar Bergman lecture/screening series led by Linda H. Rugg
When: August 29 - November 28
For tickets and more information: https://bampfa.org/program/focus-ingmar-bergman
Bergman 100: Discoveries & Rarities
When: September 1 - November 4
For tickets and more information: https://bampfa.org/program/bergman-100-discoveries-rarities
Bergman 100: Late Works
When: October 28-November 30, salon screenings in Theater 2
For tickets and more information: https://bampfa.org/program/bergman-100-late-works
Where: The Berkeley Art Museum and the Pacific Film Archive (BAMPFA), 2155 Center Street Berkeley, CA 94704
Ernst Ingmar Bergman - born on the 14th of July, 1918 in Uppsala, died 30th of July, 2007 on Fårö - was a Swedish film and theatre director, scriptwriter, theatre manager, dramatist and author. Bergman made over 60 films and more than 170 theatrical productions, and authored over a hundred books and articles. Among his most famous works are the films The Seventh Seal, Wild Strawberries, and Persona, as well as his written autobiography The Magic Lantern. Ingmar Bergman had nine children.
For more information about Ingmar Bergman: http://www.ingmarbergman.se/en/blog/ingmar-bergman-100-years