AJFF In Conversation is all about discussion and dialogue about, what else, Jewish film. When we're not watching great movies, we're talking about them, how they make us feel, what they prompt us to think, and which ones we love the most. These programs are a way to bring the community together in that discussion, and hopefully expand our knowledge and appreciation for the world of cinema. AJFF In Conversation programs include:
AJFF In Conversation: The Podcast
In this bi-weekly podcast series, the voices of the Atlanta Jewish Film Festival engage listeners in an entertaining, illuminating and stimulating discussion around a variety of themes and topics rooted in Jewish cinema. Hosted by AJFF’s Sara Glassberg and Brad Pilcher, each episode will feature a special guest, and showcase exemplary films, from past AJFF favorites, to hidden gems, new releases and classics.
The Latest Episode:
|December 28, 2020
Film in Georgia: 2020 and a Look Forward
With the COVID crisis continuing to hinder Hollywood’s return to business, we close this challenging year with a look back at how local film and TV productions have been impacted. Our latest podcast also looks ahead to questions now facing the creative industries, such as studio COVID safety protocols and upcoming action in the legislature.
AJFF In Conversation: The Webinar
Made possible by the generous support of the Helen Marie Stern Fund
In this monthly webinar series, take a deep dive into a spotlight work of Jewish cinema, and come face-to-face with filmmakers, actors, journalists, academics and industry leaders in a virtual post-film Q&A discussion. Audiences are invited to view the selected film via on demand streaming service or other platform, and then join the webinar for an in-depth talkback with film artists and other experts.
The Latest Webinar:
|November 9, 2020
The Secrets We Keep with Yuval Adler
Watch director Yuval Adler's new release The Secrets We Keep—costarring Chris Messina and Amy Seimetz, Noomi Rapace and Joel Kinnaman—and then join our live webinar with him, moderated by film critic Jason Evans.