On June 4, Criterion’s yearlong celebration of of releases commemorating Ingmar Bergman’s centennial draws to a close with a Blu-ray edition of the Swedish master’s chamber dramas exploring faith and alienation, A Film Trilogy by Ingmar Bergman (Blu-ray: 3 discs, $99.95), which includes 1961’s Through a Glass Darkly and the 1963 films Winter Light and The Silence. Collaborating with the distinguished cinematographer Sven Nykvist, the series includes searing performances from Bergman’s cast of regulars including Harriet Andersson, Gunnar Björnstrand, and Max von Sydow. Slated for June 11 is the Blu-ray debut of George Stevens’ 1936 musical romance Swing Time (DVD: $29.95, Blu-ray: $39.95), featuring legendary dancing duo Fred Astaire and Ginger Rogers as, respectively, a feckless gambler and the shrewd dancing instructor in whom he more than meets his match, accompanied by beloved songs by Dorothy Fields and Jerome Kern, including the Oscar-winning classic “The Way You Look Tonight.” Slated for June 18 is French iconoclast auteur Bruno Dumont’s exploration of the human condition in his first two films, 1997’s La vie de Jésus and 1999’s L’humanité (DVD: $29.95 each; Blu-ray: $39.95 each). Coming on June 25 is a 4K restoration and Blu-ray debut of John Cameron Mitchell’s 2001 trailblazing queer rock musical Hedwig and the Angry Inch (DVD: 2 discs, $29.95; Blu-ray: $39.95), following Hedwig (Mitchell), who undergoes a traumatic personal transformation in order to emigrate to the U.S. and reinvents herself as an “internationally ignored” but divinely talented rock diva. Also slated for June 25 is Sergei Bondarchuk’s Oscar-winning 1966-67 epic War and Peace (DVD: 3 discs, $39.95; Blu-ray: 2 discs, $49.95), an awe-inspiring adaptation of Tolstoy’s classic novel, appearing in a major new restoration.