Bergman 100: A Tribute to Liv Ullmann is a retrospective of Ingmar Bergman’s films at Berkeley Art Museum & Pacific Film Archive on February 1-24. The festival kicks off with an in-person appearance by Bergman’s longtime muse Liv Ullmann on February 1 and 3. Ullmann (1938 - ), an acclaimed Norwegian actress who acted in many movies in Sweden, Europe, Canada and the U.S. and has more recently directed five movies, appeared in 10 Bergman movies including Persona (1966), The Passion of Anna (1969), Cries and Whispers (1972) and Autumn Sonata (1978).

Feb 1, 7:30 PM: See “Persona” at the Berkeley Art Museum. Liv Ullman appears in person.
Feb 3, 7:30 PM: See “Shame” at the Berkeley Art Museum. Liv Ullman appears in person.
Feb 8, 7 PM: See “Hour of the Wolf”
Feb 15, 7 PM: See “Cries and Whispers”
Feb 17, 6 PM: See “Autum Sonata” then enjoy a prix-fixe dinner at BAMPFA’s cafe Babette
Feb 24, 6 PM: See “Sarabond” then enjoy a prix-fixe dinner at BAMPFA’s cafe Babette

The movies are screened at the Barbro Osher Theater, named after Sweden’s Honorary Consul General in San Francisco, which was inaugurated in early 2016 with another Bergman classic, The Seventh Seal, chosen by the consul.

BAMPFA, 2155 Center St., Berkeley / 510.642.0808 / www.bampfa.org and www.ingmarbergman.se