As a small staff, we rely heavily on the support of our volunteer leadership. We are fortunate to have a number of dedicated industry professional that help us out on our committees before the festival and speakers during the festival.
With 3,000 Jewish teenagers in town from all over the country, we saw an opportunity to reach the next generation of festival goers. We stopped by NFTY convention this weekend to talk with teens about our film festival and answer some of their filmmaking questions.
As the Atlanta Jewish Film Festival enters its final week, the buzz is growing about our surprise encore screenings.
After receiving a standing ovation Raise the Roof, filmmakers, Yari Wolinsky and Cary Wolinsky, and film subjects, Laura and Rick Brown, participated in a Q&A about the film and the project. Here are some highlights from the discussion.
Part of what makes our festival exciting is the memories that are created here. And the best way to capture those moments in through photographs. We have a wonderful group of sponsors who offer up their photography services to the festival.
New this year, some of the most popular and in-demand movies of the festival are receiving a surprise repeat screening. If you missed a film or couldn't get tickets, this is your chance to catch those audience favorites.
See the complete list of screenings below and buy your tickets now!
Part of what makes the Atlanta Jewish Film Festival different from just another night at the movies are our intro speakers.
We did it last year. We're doing it even bigger this year as AJFF teams up with Creative Loafing, MailChimp, and a host of local artists to celebrate Jewish comedy all-stars.
As we head into the weekend, we still have films with tickets available.
With screenings selling out each day, here's a guide to films you can still catch today.
We are one week into the festival and tickets are going fast, but we have some great films that are still available to see tonight!
With the New England Patriots win on Sunday, you may think that you need to wait until the fall to watch your favorite teams again, but the AJFF 2015 film Touchdown Israel reminds you that it's always football season somewhere.
Back by popular demand, we are teaming up with Creative Loafing and Mailchimp again! The Art Party celebrates Jewish comedy all-stars from the 1970s to today, the iconic actors and actresses like Jerry Seinfeld, Adam Sandler, Sarah Silverman, and Joan Rivers.