The world of reporting and journalism is an ever-changing medium. These films feature stories about journalism and sometimes about the journalists themselves in a mix of narratives and documentaries. Film titles are linked with information on where to watch.
When a character's emotions are too powerful for words, they are compelled to break into song. Here are some of our favorite movie musicals.
There’s no question that right now we’re living in challenging times. So, we’ve highlighted some of our favorite memorable Jewish motivational and inspiring movie moments, ranging from dramatic to comedic to help see you through.
We invite you to show your loyalty and appreciation to these restaurants who have been true friends to AJFF. Please consider pickup or delivery, or supporting a crowd-sourcing campaign for restaurant employees in need. Our thoughts are with these restaurant partners, and all of those personally impacted by the global health crisis.
Whether you're a person who reads the book before seeing the movie or catches up on the book after, these book-to-screen adaptations are worth your time no matter in which order you go.
Epic views abound in these films that span the globe, from the Wild West to the Bolivian jungle. Escape from home with former AJFF favorites and more.
Former AJFF films populate this month's picks, including several shown this past year.
A message from AJFF Executive Director, Kenny Blank, about the COVID-19 pandemic.
A former AJFF film and in-depth character portrayals are featured in the films in this month's picks.
After 18 unforgettable days, this year's Atlanta Jewish Film Festival has come to a close. Over 38,000 moviegoers celebrated the festival's 20th anniversary, partaking in a showcase of extraordinary international cinema, enhanced by the unique perspective of filmmakers and countless other expert guest speakers.
Thank you to all who supported, volunteered at, and attended, while furthering our mission to foster cultural understanding through cinematic storytelling.
The Atlanta Jewish Film Festival is pleased to announce the 2020 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 2020 AJFF Audience Award in three categories: Best Narrative, Best Documentary, and Best Short.
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 2020 AJFF. For more, you can always find their coverage at their site or issues of their weekly paper at venues at this year's festival.
We, as a staff, love talking about the films of the festival to anyone, anytime, almost any place. Now is the time we get talk about them non-stop with everyone else and we're taking full advantage. So, what are the Staff Picks of the 2020 AJFF?
We're incredibly proud that AJFF attracts some of the most talented, passionate people. From our staff, to our volunteers, or even to members of our audience, there's a huge group of people that make AJFF a world-class cultural event. This month, we're putting the spotlight on AJFF copy editor, Judy Bozarth.