How do you begin to make a trailer that captures the breadth of the entire festival, and do it all in just one minute and 23 seconds? It's a tall order, but take a look for yourself and see how well we did.
Every film, every screening, everything you could possibly want to know about the world's biggest Jewish film festival is public. Find out what you'll want to see during the festival, January 26 through February 17.
When the 2016 Atlanta Jewish Film Festival returns to the Cobb Energy Centre for Opening Night on January 26, festivalgoers will find themselves on the edge of their seat with Remember, a gripping tail of suspense and revenge starring Oscar-winners Christopher Plummer and Martin Landau.
Check out a must-see pick of Professor Matthew Bernstein, chair of the department of Film and Media Studies at Emory University. For the complete list of Professor Bernstein's recommendations, take a look at the 2016 Program Guide, or check back here at AJFF.org as we roll them out one-by-one until the festival kicks off.
AJFF 2016 by the numbers: How many films? How many premieres? How many minutes would you spend watching if you screened every single film in the 2016 lineup? If nothing else, these facts will keep you well armed for your next cocktail party.
The 2016 AJFF is a cinematic smorgasbord: 23 days, 77 films, and more screenings than ever, 171 to be exact (not counting the Day of Encores). It all may seem slightly overwhelming, but fear not. We've got some tips to help you along the way. One tip: Avoid sellouts by planning your festival in advance.
Know what being an AJFF sponsor looks like at a glance. (Hint: It looks really good!) Find out what it looks like, details, who to contact for more information, and what your contribution means to AJFF.
The Atlanta Jewish Film Festival is pleased to present a special advance screening on Saturday, September 19, of Labyrinth of Lies, the incredible true story of a courageous German prosecutor who exposed those responsible for Auschwitz and the institutional cover-up of the crimes perpetrated there.
Holocaust hero Sir Nicholas Winton passed away last week at the age of 106. To honor the legacy of this inspiring humanitarian who saved hundreds of children from the Nazis, AJFF will host a special memorial screening of the award-winning documentary Nicky’s Family on Sunday, July 12 at 1:30 PM at Lefont Sandy Springs.
The 2016 Atlanta Jewish Film Festival dates have been unveiled. For another exciting 23 days, we'll showcase the finest in international and independent cinema, from January 26 to February 17. Mark your calendars now for our 16th annual event.
Find out where our AJFF films are this week! News about 24 Days, Above and Beyond, and Closer to the Moon.
Take advantage of a special discount for AJFF patrons on Camp Flix.
Beginning April 7th, the film series Reel Living with Bob Bahr will explore six films throughout the last century that delved into Jewish culture in America.