Join us in May for our next AJFF Selects, Ask Dr. Ruth, a crowd-pleasing biography of the diminutive Holocaust survivor who became America's most famous sex therapist, direct from the Sundance Film Festival.
We're incredibly proud that AJFF attracts some of the most talented, passionate people. From our staff, to our volunteers, or even to members of our audience, there's a huge group of people that make AJFF a world-class cultural event. This month we're putting the spotlight on AJFF Board Member (Ex Officio) and Regional Director of AJC Atlanta, Dov Wilker.
A comic book legend's final film appearance, former AJFF picks, and the narrative of a young Ruth Bader Ginsburg are highlighted in this month's edition.
The Atlanta Jewish Film Festival is now accepting applications to serve on the 2020 AJFF Film Evaluation Committee. We are seeking avid film enthusiasts to help us consider entries for the 20th annual Atlanta Jewish Film Festival. If you love movies and culture, and share in a sense of community, we invite you to apply.
The AJFF Selects series returns in April with The Museum, an utterly fascinating insider look at Israel's most important cultural institution.
We're incredibly proud that AJFF attracts some of the most talented, passionate people. From our staff, to our volunteers, or even to members of our audience, there's a huge group of people that make AJFF a world-class cultural event. This month, we're putting the spotlight on 2019 AJFF Video Designers, Blue Marble Media, A Video Agency.
Join the Atlanta Jewish Film Festival for our next AJFF Connects, a night of food and film, as we enjoy a collection of food-themed short films over delicious bites and craft cider.
We could tell you more about the success of 2019 AJFF, but our preferred medium is visuals. So, we'd rather show you a handful of some of our favorite moments from this year (19 for our 19th year to be exact). Thank you again to all who supported, volunteered, and attended.
Three former AJFF favorites and touching dramas make up this month's picks.
After 21 unforgettable days of international cinema, the 19th annual Atlanta Jewish Film Festival has concluded, with more than 38,000 in attendance this year. Thank you to all who supported, volunteered, and attended.
The Atlanta Jewish Film Festival is pleased to announce the 2019 AJFF Jury Prize winners in six categories: Best Narrative, Best Documentary, Best Short, Emerging Filmmaker, Building Bridges, and Human Rights.
The Atlanta Jewish Film Festival is pleased to announce the winners of the 2019 AJFF Audience Award in three categories: Best Narrative, Best Documentary, and Best Short.
We, as a staff, love talking about the films of the festival to anyone, anytime, almost any place. Now is the time we get talk about them non-stop with everyone else and we're taking full advantage. So, what are the Staff Picks of the 2019 AJFF?
AJFF is so excited to be partnering with WSB-TV's Family 2 Family for this year's festival. Started in 1986, the Family 2 Family initiative is a broad based on-air campaign and the longest-running locally produced, comprehensive, stationwide public service effort in Georgia.
Almost synonymous with the annual Atlanta Jewish Film Festival is the Atlanta Jewish Times coverage of it. Find reviews of this year's lineup to aid you in selecting your picks for the 2019 AJFF.