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Running Time: 5 minutes
Venue: Playhouse Theater [40 Main Street]
Cast: Jörmundur Ingi
Showtime: Monday, April 15, 2019 @ 08:00 PM
Director: Jack Bushell, Alex Herz, Madeline O’Hara
Description: Follow Jörmundur Ingi, former high priest of the Icelandic pagan religion and one of the country's cultural figureheads, on a mythical journey through Iceland as he discusses science, faith, and the true power of being at one with the natural world.
In the winter of 1972, Jörmundur Ingi Hansen sat down with his acquaintances in a small cafe in Iceland and established the Ásatrú Fellowship, a modern religious association with roots in Norse paganism. From 1994-2002, he served as high priest, promoting religious tolerance and a deep connection to the natural world. Today, Jörmundur owns a vintage men’s clothing store in downtown Reykjavík and is regarded as one of Iceland’s cultural figureheads. Follow him on a journey through the mythical Icelandic wilderness as he discusses science, faith, and the true power of being at one with the natural world.
Screening with: Marin Filmmakers
Attending: Jack Bushell, Alex Herz, Madeline O’Hara [directors]
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