Elvira Madigan

Music in Film, Film in Music
  • Sweden
  • 1967
  • 90min
  • DCP
  • Color
  • Fiction
  • Classic
  • 15


Hedvig Jensen is a famous ropewalker and is known to her public as Elvira Madigan. She meets Lieutenant Sixten Sparre, a Swedish officer who is married and has two children. They both decide to run away, but since Sixten deserted the army, he cannot find any job and the couple encounters many hardships. Moreover, while on the run, Sixten meets a friend who tries to convince him to come back to his country and family. 

Program Event : Master Class


"Swedish cinema is of course dominated by Ingmar Bergman and I subsequently discovered that this left many notable directors in his long shadow. In fact Elvira Madigan is a kind of masterpiece full of warmth and love and great beauty. Beauty of the human form and also nature and landscape. But what makes the film so poignant is the use of music, or to be specific the repetition of Mozart’s piano concerto Number 21 in C major. Such was the impact of this film that now the Concerto is now also known as Elvira Madigan." a(Mike Figgis) 


Bo Widerberg

Swedish director, writer, and scriptwriter who is known for Ådalen 31(1969), Joe Hill(1971), The Serpent's Way(1986), and All Things Fair(1995). With influences from the French New Wave, Widerberg heralded a change in Swedish film in the 1960s. The Serpent's Way was screened at Cannes Film Festival(1987) and at the 15th Moscow IFF. 

  • ProducerWaldemar Bergendahl, Peter Fernandez
  • CastPia Degermark, Thommy Berggren, Lennart Malmer, Cleo Jensen
  • ScreenwriterBo Widerberg, Johan Lindström Saxon
  • CinematographerJörgen Persson
  • EditorBo Widerberg
  • MusicUlf Björlin
  • SoundSven Fahlén, Jack Fitzstephens


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