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All These Women

Conceived as an amusing diversion in the wake of the despairing The Silence, this comedy is Bergman’s first film in color, and it looks like a glorious chocolate box.

Ingmar Bergman 1964

The Apu Trilogy

Two decades after its original negatives were burned in a fire, Satyajit Ray’s breathtaking milestone of world cinema rises from the ashes in a meticulously reconstructed new restoration.

Autumn Sonata

Autumn Sonata was the only collaboration between cinema’s two great Bergmans: Ingmar, the iconic director of The Seventh Seal, and Ingrid, the monumental star of Casablanca.

Ingmar Bergman 1978
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The Complete Jean Vigo

2018 celebrates new 4k restorations of Jean Vigo’s entire filmography.

Cries and Whispers

An intensely felt film that is one of Bergman’s most striking formal experiments, Cries and Whispers (which won an Oscar for the extraordinary color photography of Sven Nykvist) is a powerful depiction of human behavior in the face of death.

Ingmar Bergman 1972
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In Ingmar Bergman's feature directing debut, urban beauty-shop proprietress Miss Jenny arrives in an idyllic rural town one morning to whisk away her eighteen-year-old daughter, Nelly, whom she abandoned as a child, from the loving woman who has raised her.

Ingmar Bergman 1946

The Devil’s Eye

This sophisticated fantasy—the last Bergman film to be shot by the great Gunnar Fischer—is an engaging satire on petit-bourgeois morals.

Ingmar Bergman 1960


Grave and witty by turns, this drama develops into a probing study of the psychology of desire. Susanne (Eva Dahlbeck), head of a modeling agency, takes her protégée Doris (Harriet Andersson) to a fashion show in Gothenburg, where Susanne makes contact with a former lover, and Doris finds herself pursued by a married dignitary (Gunnar Björnstrand).

Ingmar Bergman 1955
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Fanny and Alexander — The Television Version

Ingmar Bergman described _Fanny and Alexander_ as "the sum total of my life as a filmmaker." And in this, the full-length (312-minute) version of his triumphant valediction, his vision is expressed at its fullest.

Ingmar Bergman 1983
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Fanny and Alexander — The Theatrical Version

Through the eyes of ten-year-old Alexander, we witness the delights and conflicts of the Ekdahl family, a sprawling bourgeois clan in turn-of-the-twentieth-century Sweden.

Ingmar Bergman 1982
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Fårö Document

Bergman had discovered the bleak, windswept island of Fårö while scouting locations for Through a Glass Darkly in 1960.

Ingmar Bergman 1970
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Fårö Document 1979

Returning to Fårö after living in Germany for three years, Bergman undertook his second documentary tribute to the remote Swedish island he loved.

Ingmar Bergman 1979
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From the Life of the Marionettes

Made during his self-imposed exile in Germany, Bergman’s From the Life of the Marionettes offers a lacerating portrait of a troubled marriage, and a complex psychological analysis of a murder.

Ingmar Bergman 1980

Hour of the Wolf

The strangest and most disturbing of the films Bergman shot on the island of Fårö, Hour of the Wolf stars Max von Sydow as a haunted painter living in voluntary exile with his wife (Liv Ullmann).

Ingmar Bergman 1968

Ingmar Bergman's Cinema: A Centennial Retrospective

Join Janus Films in 2018 as we celebrate the centennial of the Swedish director’s birth with a traveling retrospective of all of his theatrical films!

A Lesson in Love

One of Bergman’s most satisfying marital comedies, A Lesson in Love stars the droll and sparkling duo of Eva Dahlbeck and Gunnar Björnstrand as a couple deep into their married years and seeking fresh pastures.

Ingmar Bergman 1954
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The Magic Flute

Ingmar Bergman puts his indelible stamp on Mozart’s exquisite opera in this sublime rendering of one of the composer’s best-loved works: a celebration of love, forgiveness, and the brotherhood of man.

Ingmar Bergman 1975
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The Magician

Ingmar Bergman's The Magician (Ansiktet) is an engaging, brilliantly conceived tale of deceit from one of cinema’s premier illusionists, a diabolically clever battle of wits that’s both frightening and funny.

Ingmar Bergman 1958
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The Marseille Trilogy

Marcel Pagnol’s epic love story hunkers down on the waterfront of Marseille, where restless young barkeep Marius is in love with the cockle monger Fanny but cannot quell his wanderlust.

The Passion of Anna

The fifth drama that Bergman shot on his beloved Fårö describes a mood of fear and spiritual guilt.

Ingmar Bergman 1969


By the midsixties, Ingmar Bergman had already conjured many of the cinema’s most unforgettable images. But with the radical Persona, this supreme artist attained new levels of visual poetry.

Ingmar Bergman 1966
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Port of Call

Berit, a suicidal young woman living in a working-class port town, unexpectedly falls for Gösta, a sailor on leave. Haunted by a troubled past and held in a vice grip by her domineering mother, Berit begins to hope that her relationship with Gösta might save her from self-destruction.

Ingmar Bergman 1948
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The Rite

In one of Ingmar Bergman’s most stylized and political films, three traveling actors are accused of taking part in a performance deemed pornographic by the state’s authorities.

Ingmar Bergman 1969
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Sawdust and Tinsel

The story of the charged relationship between a turn-of-the-century traveling circus owner and his performer girlfriend, Ingmar Bergman's film features dreamlike detours and twisted psychosexual power plays that presage the director's Smiles of a Summer Night and The Seventh Seal.

Ingmar Bergman 1953

Scenes from a Marriage

Ingmar Bergman’s _Scenes from a Marriage_ chronicles the many years of love and turmoil that bind Marianne (Liv Ullmann) and Johan (Erland Josephson) through matrimony, infidelity, divorce, and subsequent partners.

Ingmar Bergman 1973

Secrets of Women - duplicate - waiting women - do not use

While at a summerhouse, awaiting their husbands’ return, three sisters-in-law recount stories from their respective marriages.

Ingmar Bergman 1952
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The Seventh Seal

Much studied, imitated, even parodied, but never outdone, Bergman’s stunning allegory of man’s search for meaning was one of the benchmark foreign imports of America’s 1950s art house heyday, pushing cinema’s boundaries and ushering in a new era of moviegoing.

Ingmar Bergman 1957
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Shame was Bergman’s scathing response to the escalation of the conflict in Vietnam.

Ingmar Bergman 1968

The Silence

Regarded as one of the most sexually provocative films of its day, Ingmar Bergman’s _The Silence_ follows two sisters as they travel by train with Anna’s young son to a foreign country seemingly on the brink of war.

Ingmar Bergman 1963
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Smiles of a Summer Night

In turn-of-the-century Sweden, four men and four women attempt to navigate the laws of attraction. During a weekend in the country, the women collude to force the men’s hands in matters of the heart.

Ingmar Bergman 1955
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Summer Interlude

Touching on many of the themes that would define the rest of his legendary career—isolation, performance, the inescapability of the past—Ingmar Bergman’s tenth film was a gentle drift toward true mastery.

Ingmar Bergman 1951
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Summer with Monika

Inspired by the earthy eroticism of Harriet Andersson, in the first of her many roles for him, Ingmar Bergman had a major international breakthrough with this sensual and ultimately ravaging tale of young love.

Ingmar Bergman 1953
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Made right after the dissolution of Bergman’s own second marriage, Thirst is an often dazzling tirade against the institution of matrimony.

Ingmar Bergman 1949
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Through a Glass Darkly

Winner of the 1962 Academy Award for Best Foreign Language Film, Ingmar Bergman's _Through a Glass Darkly_ presents an unflinching vision of a family’s near disintegration and a tortured psyche further taunted by God’s intangible presence.

Ingmar Bergman 1961
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To Joy

An orchestra violinist's dreams of becoming a celebrated soloist and fears of his own mediocrity get in the way of his marriage to the patient, caring Marta in Ingmar Bergman's heartbreaking _To Joy_.

Ingmar Bergman 1950

The Touch

With his underappreciated first English-language film, a relationship drama shot near his island retreat of Fårö, Bergman delivered a compelling portrait of conflicting desires.

Ingmar Bergman 1971
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The Virgin Spring

Winner of the Academy Award for Best Foreign Language Film, Ingmar Bergman’s _The Virgin Spring_ is a harrowing tale of faith, revenge, and savagery in medieval Sweden.

Ingmar Bergman 1960
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Wild Strawberries

Traveling to accept an honorary degree, Professor Isak Borg—masterfully played by veteran director Victor Sjöström—is forced to face his past, come to terms with his faults, and make peace with the inevitability of his approaching death.

Ingmar Bergman 1957
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Winter Light

In Ingmar Bergman's stark depiction of spiritual crisis, small-town pastor Tomas Ericsson (Gunnar Björnstrand) performs his duties mechanically before a dwindling congregation. _Winter Light_ is beautifully photographed by Sven Nykvist.

Ingmar Bergman 1963