Haupt’s film focuses on Zeingli, whose life’s work made him world famous and turned the entire city of Zurich and a firmly established canon of values upside down. With razor-sharp intellect, he dissected the religious and social system, denounced abuses and was not afraid of taking issue with the most powerful people of his time.
Presented by the Consulate General of Switzerland in San Francisco in collaboration with the Community Church and the Mill Valley Film Festival, the film screens at 1:15pm at the CineArts Sequoia Theatre at 25 Throckmorton Ave., a few minutes walk from the church. The pre-screening moderated discussion is 45 minutes and covers the Swiss reformation and its meaning as well as its relevance today. It will be followed by a 30-minute Q&A session, leaving enough time for the audience to walk to the Sequoia.
The 411: Prior to a Mill Valley Film Festival screening of The Reformer Zwingli: A Life’s Portrait on Oct. 6 at 1:15pm at the CineArts Sequoia Theatre at 25 Throckmorton Ave., the Community Church of Mill Valley hosts a 45-minute moderated discussion and a 30-minute Q&A session featuring Swiss director Stefan Haupt and Barbara Pitkin, senior lecturer in Religious Studies at Stanford University. The event is on Sunday, Oct. 6 at 11:45am at Community Church of Mill Valley, in Tamalpais Hall, corner of Olive & Throckmorton, Mill Valley. Free. Tix for the film screening can be purchased here.