Tickets are on sale now for the latest in our monthly AJFF Selects series of film screenings. In July, we’ll be screening Menashe, a Yiddish drama portraying the bond between father and son within the New York Hasidic community.
|Tickets for Menashe are Sold Out|
|You can sign-up for standby ticketing at the theater starting one hour before showtime.|
Sunday, July 30 at 7:00 PM
United Artists Tara Cinemas 4
2345 Cheshire Bridge Road
Atlanta, Georgia 30324
General Admission $13
About the Film:
Premiering earlier this year at the Sundance Film Festival to critical acclaim, Menashe is a tender father-son drama rooted in Brooklyn’s ultra-Orthodox community.
The titular Menashe is a sweet grocery store clerk who is struggling to make ends meet and parent his young son, Rieven, following the death of his wife, Leah. As the loving but hapless single father tries to maintain custody of his son in the tradition-bound culture, pressure builds in the cloistered community for him either to remarry or to place his child in the care of his brother-in-law. With a special reprieve from his rabbi, Menashe is given one final chance to prove himself a suitable man of faith and fatherhood, and restore respect among his doubters.
Inspired by real events, and performed entirely in Yiddish by a cast of mostly non-professionals, Menashe is the fiction feature debut of veteran documentarian Joshua Z. Weinstein, who adds authenticity to this intimate tale of family and belonging.
*A Q&A will follow directly after the film.
About AJFF Selects
The AJFF Selects series brings the same caliber of world-class films from the annual festival to audiences year-round. These special screenings feature outstanding new foreign and independent films, as well as expert speakers and guest filmmakers.