The dates for the 15th annual Atlanta Jewish Film Festival are set, so mark your calendars for 23 days of cinema, running January 28 through February 19, 2015. More details to come!


The Atlanta Jewish Film Festival (AJFF)

is a 23-day cinematic exploration of identity,

history and culture, as well as life in the

State of Israel.  Seeking to use the power

of film ...


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Festival Updates

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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'The Green Prince' and 'PUMP the Movie' Come to Atlanta

Coming to Atlanta, October 24th are The Green Prince and PUMP the Movie.

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Final Week for Turner Classic Movies Presents the Jewish Experience on Film

The last week of Turner Classic Movies The Projected Image: The Jewish Experience on Film will be Coming-of-Age themed films.

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Highlights from TIFF

As we prepare for our 2015 season, we monitor the festival circuit for films that are of interest to AJFF. Here are just a few Jewish topics and stories that debuted at Toronto.

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Turner Classic Movies Presents the Jewish Experience on Film Tuesdays in September

This September, TCM proudly presents The Projected Image: The Jewish Experience on Film, a month-long showcase of movies focusing on Jewish history and heritage as portrayed on screen.

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