FILM: Wild Strawberries
Time & Location
About The Event
Door & Bar open 7pm, event starts 7.30pm
£5 / £3 concessions, plus booking fee
(Dir. Ingmar Bergman, 1957, 91 minutes, Subtitled, Cert 15)
This Swedish 'road movie' written and directed by the acclaimed Ingma Bergman is considered one of his most moving pieces. The journey of self-recognition through the scenic Swedish countryside includes Victor Sjöström in his final screen performance as Professor Isak Borg recalling his cold life with his pregnant daughter-in-law Marianne played by Bibi Andersson.
Wild Strawberries plays out influential expressionist sequences that guide this sense of reflection, on the road to affirmation. Professor Isak is positioned to contemplate his own impermanence and his impact on the world he still inhabits.
INTENSIVE CARE: a week of talks, films and events focusing on our relationship with caring
From 23-27 October Care(less) will be exhibited at the Castle in Lincoln as part of Frequency Festival and will not be available to view at Fabrica. Instead we’ll be looking at care in its broadest sense. As part of this week, three selected films consider care and the human condition, how it impacts relationships and explores subjects as 'carers' or 'dependents'. Whether young, old, or ill, the stories these films tell reflect how care may present itself in our lives.
We recommend booking in advance for this event as places are limited. Once paid for, tickets are non-refundable. Online bookings will close 1 hour before the event starts - unless ‘Sold Out’ there is likely to still be tickets available on the door.
You can also book by talking to a member of the gallery team during gallery opening hours or by calling the Fabrica office on 01273 778646.
Donations welcome: add a donation ticket on top of your existing ticket(s) or follow this link to become a member.
Any alcohol brought into the premises will be confiscated as this breaches our premises licensing. We are a charity and an affordable bar will be open at the venue.