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Liv and Ingmar

Monday, October 01, 2012

Filmmaker Dheeraj Alkolkar and Liv Ullman discusses the film “Liv and Ingmar,” about one of the great couples in the history of filmmaking—Liv Ullmann and Ingmar Bergman. The film is an affectionate account of two intertwined lives that experienced the full spectrum of emotions together, survived extraordinary times, and left proof of the passion of their relationship both on and off-screen. The film will screen on October 1, at 6:15pm at the Walter Reade Theater and on October 9, at 8:45pm at the Francesca Beale Theater.

Guests:

Dheeraj Alkolkar and Liv Ullman
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Comments [5]

Rob Schoenbaum from Stockholm

This is the first interview with Liv Ullman that didn't make me want to run out of the house and drown myself. Well done Leonard!

Oct. 02 2012 11:26 AM
David

Liv Ullman and Cate Blanchett: Two of the greatest film actresses EVER.

Oct. 01 2012 04:04 PM
Diana Quick

Liv talks about her work with refugees and the organization she founded, the Women's Refugee Commission, in this film - http://wrc.ms/Vkd5St and in this clip from an event - http://wrc.ms/SU2NsQ

Oct. 01 2012 02:13 PM
jonathan

i'd love to hear Liv speak about her work with refugee women.

Oct. 01 2012 01:49 PM
Kate

One of THE memorable theater experiences of my life was seeing Liv Ullman's Streetcar Named Desire w/ Cate Blanchett at BAM. It was simply sublime. How did she come to her interpretation of the play, which was much more sympathetic to Blanche that is usually the case?

Oct. 01 2012 01:36 PM

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