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With an international career that’s spanned more than six decades and well over 100 movies, Swedish-born actor Max von Sydow made nearly a dozen films with his mentor Ingmar Bergman, has become a staple of both the European arthouse and the mainstream multiplex, has worked with such American auteurs as Allen, Scorsese, and Spielberg, and memorably portrayed both Jesus Christ and an exorcist—endowing every role he’s played with an august presence and quiet dignity. All films in 35mm.
Max von Sydow gives a soul-bearing performance in Bergman's most cited and imitated film.
In this Oscar-winning period drama, master Ingmar Bergman grapples with spiritual doubt.
In this Oscar-winning epic, a father and son seek a better life in a foreign land.
Liv Ullmann and Max von Sydow star in Ingmar Bergman's disturbing apocalyptic war drama.
Ingmar Bergman examines an artist possessed by his own demons
Max von Sydow plays a sinister intergalactic emperor in this ultra-camp VHS classic.
Young Arnold Schwarzenegger stars in this gloriously sweaty adventure-fantasy.
Woody Allen charts the relationships of a coterie of Manhattanites in this star-studded drama.
One of von Sydow’s most underrated collaborations with Ingmar Bergman mixes horror and satire.
Max von Sydow joins an all-star cast in this nihilistic inversion of the James Bond formula.
Rick Moranis and Dave Thomas star in this stumbling-drunk classic of Beer Cinema.
Jan Troell’s lyrical Oscar winner is an epic account of the 19th-century immigrant experience.
Robert Redford stars in this political thriller about government corruption and surveillance.
William Friedkin’s mix of graphic body horror and religious iconography still shocks.
Max von Sydow stars as an inmate out to exact revenge from beyond the sanitarium walls.
Martin Scorsese's stylized psychological thriller is set in an asylum for the criminally insane.
Psychic "pre-cogs" envision future murders in Steven Spielberg's neo-noir mash-up.
This Kafkaesque take on the widescreen epic features a staggering European cast.
Bertrand Tavernier directs this chillingly prescient commentary on media voyeurism.
Jan Troell's sensitive portrayal of a Swedish farm couple adjusting to life in America.
David Lynch's visionaryfilm mauditis a disturbing science-fiction masterpiece.
A top-notch James Bond film, starring Max von Sydow in one of his best villainous roles.