• THE 2015 FESTIVAL LINEUP IS ANNOUNCED

    The wait is over, and the countdown begins! The 2015 Atlanta Jewish Film Festival lineup and schedule have been announced. Explore the 65 films from 26 countries that will screen January 28 through February 19.

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    Mark your calendar for Sunday, January 11. That’s the date that tickets for the 15th annual Atlanta Jewish Film Festival go on sale. Meantime, browse the amazing lineup and make your picks. We look forward to seeing you at the movies!

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Festival Updates

2015 Atlanta Jewish Film Festival Lineup Announced

The official schedule and lineup of films for the fifteenth annual Atlanta Jewish Film Festival (AJFF) have been announced. The 23-day festival will take place January 28 through February 19, 2015.

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Atlanta Journal-Constitution Covers the 2015 Lineup

Howard Pousner, of The Atlanta Journal-Constitution, wrote a wonderful article about the upcoming 2015 Atlanta Jewish Film Festival in Thursday's edition of the newspaper. The article discussed the festival lineup and featured an interview with Kenny Blank, AJFF's Executive Director. From Pousner's piece:

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Professor Bernstein's Must-See Films

In its 15th year, the Atlanta Jewish Film Festival again offers a copious array of extraordinary films that provide fresh perspectives on the place of Jews and Jewish history within our complex world.

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AJFF Call for Artists

AJFF is issuing a call for artists with special interests in design, film, and theatre who will produce sets as a part of our Art Party Mentorship program.

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An Afternoon with Etgar Keret at Temple Sinai Sunday, November 9th

Israeli author and screenwriter Etgar Keret will be at Temple Sinai this Sunday, November 9th for an exhibition of his work. Copies of his books Suddenly, A Knock on the Door and Girl on the Fridge will be available for purchase. Additionally, attendees will enjoy a screening of his short films and his interview with Emory Professor and author Joseph Skibell.

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