INGRID BERGMAN RETROSPECTIVE

OCTOBER 9 – 22

In conjunction with the centenary exhibition THE SAGA OF INGRID BERGMAN, the Rafael presents a selection of her films from Hollywood, Italy and Sweden.

INGRID BERGMAN FILMS AT THE MILL VALLEY FILM FESTIVAL


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INGRID BERGMAN – IN HER OWN WORDS
Rare 35mm Print

Timed for the centenary of Ingrid Bergman’s birth, this beautifully crafted documentary is an intimate study of the woman behind the world cinema icon, using her private diaries (read by Alicia Wikander), and Bergman’s home movies. In English and in Swedish and Italian with English subtitles. With Isabella Rossellini, Pia Lindström. Music: Michael Nyman. Producer: Stina Gardell. Director: Stig Björkman. (Sweden 2015) 114 min.

Monday, October 12  •  8:00

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AUTUMN SONATA (HÖSTSONATEN)
35mm Print!

Presented in a rare 35mm print, this intense drama is one of Ingrid Bergman’s final projects, a homecoming to Swedish cinema as well as her only collaboration with filmmaker Ingmar Bergman. She plays a concert pianist who has neglected her family for her career and has a reckoning with her daughter (Liv Ullmann). With Lena Nyman, Erland Josephson, Gunnar Björnstrand. In Swedish with English subtitles. Camera: Sven Nykvist. Writer/Director: Ingmar Bergman. (Sweden 1978)

Sunday, October 18  •  8:15

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INGRID BERGMAN FILMS AT THE RAFAEL


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CASABLANCA

Consistently ranked among the best films of all time, this romantic wartime melodrama propelled its two stars, Humphrey Bogart and Ingrid Bergman, into the iconic stratosphere. In Vichy-controlled Morocco, Rick must choose between Ilsa and helping her husband, a resistance leader, escape the Nazis. With Paul Henreid, Claude Rains, Peter Lorre, Conrad Veidt, Sydney Greenstreet, Dooley Wilson. Director: Michael Curtiz. (US 1942) 102 min.


CASABLANCA is presented with the support of SWEA San Francisco, the Swedish Women’s Educational Association.

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Monday, October 19  •  7:15

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NOTORIOUS
35mm Print!

Screened in a rare 35mm print, this postwar thriller is one of Alfred Hitchcock’s best. Ingrid Bergman plays the daughter of a convicted spy who is recruited by U.S. agent Cary Grant to infiltrate a Nazi organization hiding in Rio after World War II. With a fascinating plot of sex, lies and uranium, it boasts the longest Hollywood kiss up to that point (and you can bet Hitch was timing it). With Claude Rains. Writer: Ben Hecht. Director: Alfred Hitchcock. (US 1946) 101 min.

Tuesday, October 20  •  7:15

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A JOURNEY TO ITALY
A WOMAN’S FACE (EN KVINNAS ANSIKTE)

Journey to Italy (1954, 86 min.) is the widely acclaimed English-language collaboration with Roberto Rossellini about a disillusioned married couple (Bergman and George Sanders) visiting Naples.

A Woman’s Face (1938, 96 min., Swedish with English subtitles), features her as a disfigured blackmailer who encounters a plastic surgeon and an opportunity for redemption. Directed by Gustav Molander, it was remade in Hollywood with Joan Crawford.

Wednesday, October 21  •  6:30

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INTERMEZZO
JUNE NIGHT (JUNINATTEN)

As the concert pianist who falls in love with a married violinist (Gösta Ekman) in Intermezzo (1936, 88 min., directed by Gustaf Molander), Ingrid Bergman caught the eye of producer David O. Selznick, who imported her to Hollywood for a remake with Leslie Howard.

June Night (1940, 85 min.) was Ingrid Bergman’s final Swedish film for several decades. Directed by Per Lindberg, she plays a young woman who inadvertently finds herself at the center of a public scandal. Both films in Swedish with English subtitles.

Thursday, October 22  •  6:30

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A Woman’s Face, Internezzo and June Night are presented in digitally restored editions, courtesy of the Swedish Film Institute.