This morning, the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences announced the official slate of nominees for the 86th Academy Awards, and two films playing at the 2014 AJFF are up for golden statues when the Oscars are broadcast in March.
Tickets for the 14th annual Atlanta Jewish Film Festival have been going fast. If you've been shut out from a sold out screening, we have good news for you! On Wednesday, January 15 at 10:00 AM, we will release a limited number of additional tickets to some sold out screenings.
The wait is finally over. Tickets for the 14th Annual Atlanta Jewish Film Festival are on sale now. You can order your tickets here online, or by calling the AJFF Box Office at 866-214-2072.
Still want to see the sold out 7:00 PM screening of Jerusalem on January 5? You can get on a wait list the day of the screening. Here's how it works.
UPDATE: This special event has sold out. Take a spectacular tour of one of the world's most sacred cities, in Jerusalem, a new giant screen IMAX® presentation from National Geographic. The Atlanta Jewish Film Festival is pleased to partner with the Fernbank Museum of Natural History for this special screening event.
The Atlanta Jewish Film Festival (AJFF), already the biggest film event in the city and the world’s second largest Jewish film festival, is expanding screenings by more than 25 percent in 2014, ensuring that more festivalgoers have access to the festival’s hottest tickets. The festival runs January 29-February 20 at eight venues across Atlanta.
This week we feature Jews in Hollywood who have many ambitions, both in their career and personal lives. Disney's new purchase and a lost film restored and digitized close out this week's round-up.
People taking a stand against differing types of oppression in the present and past leads this week’s round-up. Jewish “holiday movies” and film screenplays close out the list as holidays and award season are just around the corner.
The Holocaust and how people dealt with it from Hollywood to small Polish towns is front and center in this week’s news and highlights. Plus, we book end this round-up with some lost Jewish film history and modern-day Jewish adventures.