Bergman Island

Bergman Island

Original Name: Bergman Island
English Name: Bergman Island
Year: 2021
Run Time: 105 min
Language: English
Type (Colour/ Black & White): Colour
Country: France, Germany, Belgium, Sweden
Director: Mia Hansen-Løve
Producer: Charles Gillibert, Erik Hermmendorff, Rodrigo Teixeira
Cast: Vicky Krieps, Mia Wasikowska, Anders Danielsen Lie, Tim Roth
Screenplay: Mia Hansen-Løve
Cinematographer: Denis Lenoir
Editor: Marion Monnier
Sound Designer: Paul Heymans, Thomas Gauder
Costume Designer: Judith de Luze, Julia Tegström
Production Designer: Mikael Varhelyi
Production Company: CG Cinema
World Sales: Kinology
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  • Cannes FF 2021
  • Toronto IFF 2021
  • BFI London FF 2021
  • New York FF 2021
  • Busan IFF 2021
  • IFF India 2021

Director’s Selected Filmography:

  • 2018 Maya
  • 2016 Things to Come
  • 2014 Eden
  • 2011 Goodbye First Love
  • 2009 Father of My Children
  • 2007 All Is Forgiven

Director’s Biography:

Mia Hansen-Løve

Mia Hansen-Løve's career started when she was eighteen, as an actor in Late August, Early September (1998). She then worked as a film critic at Les Cahiers du Cinéma before moving to film directing. She started making short films in 2004 and received the Prix Louis-Delluc for Best First Film in 2007 with her first feature All Is Forgiven (2007). She continued her filmography with Father of My Children (2009), Goodbye First Love (2011), and Eden (2014). In 2016, she won the Silver Bear for Best Director at Berlin IFF with Things to Come (2016). She is distinctively recognized by film audiences and critics with her oeuvre that blends autobiographical stories and fiction to create a unique world.


A couple of American filmmakers, Chris and Tony, who retreat to the mythical Fårö island for the summer. In this wild, breath-taking landscape where Bergman lived and shot his most celebrated pieces, they hope to find inspiration for their upcoming films. As days spent separately pass by, the fascination for the island operates on Chris and souvenirs of her first love resurface. Lines between reality and fiction will then progressively blur and tear our couple even more apart.