Discount tickets Bergman at 100
When: July 6-October 3, 2018
Where: Gene Siskel Film Center, 164 N State St, 312-846 2800.
Bergman at 100 is a celebration of the centenary of Ingmar Bergman the Swedish director, who, for many filmgoers epitomized the cinema’s potential as a serious art form. The series includes 26 films that cover the breadth of Ingmar Bergman’s 60-film career.
Nearly all of the films are presented in new digital restorations prepared in a massive project by the Swedish Film Institute.
Regular ticket prices
General Admission: $11, Students: $7 (Valid student ID required), Film Center Members: $6. Discounted tickets must be purchased in person at the box office.
Saturday Double-Bill Discount/Buy one ticket get second film that day at a discount
Buy a ticket at the regular price for the first Bergman film on any applicable Saturday in July, August, or September and get a ticket for the second Bergman film that day at the discounted rate with proof of original purchase. This discount rate applies to the second feature only. Discount available in person at the box office only.
General admission non-member: First ticket $1;1 second ticket $7
Students: First ticket $7; second ticket $5
Film center members: First ticket $6; second ticket $4
Become a member
This is a pretty hefty commitment to many Satudays through the summer however if you plan on seeing many of the films in the series you may want to consider becoming a member. Individual memberships: $50 and Dual memberships: $80. In addition to discount tickets to film screenings there are many other benefits to being a member.
Wild Strawberries (July 6, 7, 12),
Summer Interlude (July 7, 9),
Smiles of a Summer Night (July 14, 19),
Secrets of a Woman (July 14, 17),
Summer with Monika (July 21, 26),
To Joy (July 21, 24),
The Seventh Seal (July 27, 28 + August 2), and
Sawdust and Tinsel (July 28, 31).
Through A Glass Darkly Week of August 3 – 9
Winter Light Week of August 3 – 9
The Silence Week of August 10 – 16
The Magician Week of August 10 – 16
Shame Week of August 17 – 23
The Virgin Spring Week of August 17 – 23
Hour Of The Wolf Week of August 24 – 30
The Devil’s Eye Week of August 24 – 30
Scenes From A Marriage (TV version) Week of August 31 – September 16
The Magic Flute Week of August 31 – September 16
Persona Week of September 7 – 13
The Passion Of Anna Week of September 7 – 13
Fanny And Alexander (TV version) Week of September 14 – 20
Fanny And Alexander (theatrical version) Week of September 14 – 20
Cries and Whispers Week of September 21 – 27
The Touch Week of September 21 – 27
Autumn Sonata Week of September 28 – October 4
About The Gene Siskel Film Center
- The Film Center at the School of the Art Institute was founded in 1972 and was originally in the Art Institute of Chicago.
- In June 2001 it relocated to a new state-of-the-art facility at it’s present location 164 N. State Street.
- The Film Center was renamed the Gene Siskel Film Center in 2000 after the late, nationally celebrated film critic, Gene Siskel.
- The Block it is located on (Block 36) was redeveloped by the Art Institute of Chicago in the late 1990’s and includes a 500-bed student residence.
- The Gene Siskel Film Center of the School of the Art Institute of Chicago presents cutting edge cinema to an annual audience of 80,000.
- The Film Center’s programming includes film that celebrate diverse voices, multi-cultures, trailblazing work by independent filmmakers, restorations and revivals, documentaries, historic film, festivals, premiers and lectures and discussion from filmmakers and media artists.
- The Film Center hosts over 1,500 screenings and 100 filmmaker appearances every year.
- The Gene Siskel Film Center is a public program of the School of the Art Institute of Chicago.
- The Gene Siskel Film Center and the SAIC are part of The Art Institute of Chicago