Ingmar Bergman’s films are famous the world over. His theatre work is, however, less well known outside Sweden. And yet the theatre was his first means of expression, and several of his productions were presented in other countries, including France. Indeed several of his screenplays have recently been adapted for the stage.
- Stefan Larsson, actor and theatre director. He has directed several plays adapted from Ingmar Bergman’s films at the National Thetare in Stockholm, including Fanny and Alexander and Scenes from a Marriage.
For health reasons, Stefan Larsson has had to cancel his visit to the Institut Suédois for this Bergman-bar. The event will still be held, and an audio-visual presentation of his production of Fanny and Alexander at the Royal Dramatic Theatre, Stockholm will be shown in addition to the interview with Julie Déliquet.
- Julie Deliquet, French theatre director and co-founder of the Vitro collective. She is currently preparing a production of Fanny and Alexander, the first work by Ingmar Bergman to enter the repertoire of the Comédie Française, which will open in February 2019.
In French and Swedish with consecutive translation in French.
Admission free while seats last.
The pop-up bar opens at 18:30. The event begins at 19:00 sharp.
Swedish specialities available at the bar.
Moderator: Frédéric Strauss, author, journalist and critic for Télérama magazine.
Event organised as part of Ingmar Bergman 100 Years, in collaboration with the Comédie-Française. #Bergman100
Part of the Ingmar Bergman season at the Institut Suédois. Click here to discover the program in detail.