Revered filmmaker Ingmar Bergman would have turned 100 in July (he died in 2007 at 89), and in honor of his birthday Janus Films is celebrating Bergman with a career retrospective. The event begins Friday, May 4 at the American Cinematheque’s Egyptian Theatre with a screening of The Seventh Seal. The Los Angeles run of the retrospective ends June 23 at the UCLA Film & Television Archive with a screening of Fanny and Alexander.
Most of Bergman’s movies will be shown across the country, as movie buffs will see such films as The Magic Flute, The Magician, Through a Glass Darkly, Wild Strawberries and Winter Light fully restored.
“Ingmar Bergman’s Cinema” will also have a run in Boston, Chicago, Houston, Minneapolis, Portland, Toronto, Tucson, and Washington D.C. Check out Janus Films’ official site for further information!