Reality TV collides with the (former) ultra-Orthodox lifestyle on Netflix. Meanwhile, some AJFF alums join certified classics on streaming and Blu-ray. Plus the late, great Charles Grodin's arguable best film lands on Netflix and Amazon.
A year in the life of an Israeli gay couple, on their way to parenthood, plays out in Double Income, Kids. The documentary, from filmmaker Hendrik Schäfer, follows the men who want twins. To both become fathers, they enlist the help of an American surrogate mother.
It’s a month for reconnecting with classics, from 1980s Best Picture to a modern remake of a Mel Brooks classic, with plenty of quintessentially Jewish filmmaking in between. Plus new indie gems hit theaters.
AJFF invites you to join our next Selects screening of the season: The Red Orchestra, a riveting docudrama about an anti-Nazi resistance network operating from within the Third Reich. Get your tickets, and enjoy an exclusive Q&A moderated by Holocaust historian Dr. Deborah Lipstadt.
The Atlanta Jewish Film Festival invites you to join our first Selects screening of a new season: the Canadian musical movie event Stand!, a cross-cultural Romeo and Juliet immigrant romance set against the social upheaval of early 20th century Winnipeg. See the film in our Virtual Cinema, then enjoy an exclusive Q&A with the filmmakers and cast.
A recent AJFF thriller, star-studded dramas, and a look at America's largest retirement community, make up this month's picks. Film titles are linked with information on where to watch or purchase.
Former AJFF picks, classics, and Academy Award-winning documentaries and narratives are part of this month's roundup. Film titles are linked with information on where to watch or purchase.
Offering a wholly unique presentation, the 21st annual Atlanta Jewish Film Festival attracted an estimated 39,000 moviegoers through the Virtual Cinema and drive-in screenings, while preserving the festival’s tenets of community, representation, storytelling and experience.
The Atlanta Jewish Film Festival is pleased to announce the 2021 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 2021 AJFF Audience Award in three categories: Best Narrative, Best Documentary, and Best Short.
Classic comedies and heartfelt documentaries, all populated with well-known faces, make up this month's picks. Film titles are linked with information on where to watch or purchase.
The landscape may be different this year but the fact remains that we, as a staff, love talking about the films of the festival to anyone, anytime. Now is the time we get to talk about them non-stop with everyone else and we're taking full advantage. So, what are the Staff Picks of the 2021 AJFF?
Almost synonymous with the annual Atlanta Jewish Film Festival is the Atlanta Jewish Times coverage of it. As with prior years the publication undertakes the daunting task of reviewing as many films in the lineup as they can, which is almost as harrowing as programming the festival itself. Find reviews of this year's lineup below to aid you in selecting your picks for the 2021 AJFF.
The 2021 Atlanta Jewish Film Festival returns! Everything you need to know about the 21st annual Atlanta Jewish Film Festival can be found right here.