Sasom i en spegel (Wie in einem Spiegel), 1961, Ingmar Bergman

Ingmar Bergman. Part 2

January 31 to February 29, 2004
The Film Museum concludes its complete Ingmar Bergman Retrospective with 11 of his works and Gunnar Bergdahl’s recent video interview with Bergman, Intermezzo (2002). Aside from rarely seen early works such as A Ship to India (1947) or Thirst (1949) and the moving Document of Fanny and Alexander (1986), classics such as Sawdust and Tinsel (1953), Through a Glass Darkly (1961) or Shame (1968) will be presented. Until February 29
In February, an exhibition on Ingmar Bergman will open at the Vienna Academy of Fine Arts (Universität der bildenden Künste). The Swedish Film Institute, which administers his entire estate, has assembled this exhibit from both private and work-related documents and photos, and is putting these items on show for the general public for the first time. The exhibition opens on February 3.
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