AJFF launches a new programming initiative, AJFF Selects, with a special screening event. Tickets are on sale now for the Israeli romantic comedy, The Wedding Plan. Read more about the film, watch the trailer, and get tickets now for next month’s screening.
|Tickets for The Wedding Plan Sold Out|
|You can sign-up for standby ticketing at the theater on May 11.|
Thursday, May 11 at 7:30 PM
Lefont Sandy Springs
Parkside Shopping Center
5920 Roswell Road NE, Atlanta, GA 30328
General Admission $13
For sold out Selects screenings, a standby list will be created. Unoccupied seats will be released at show time, as available. Those wishing to add their name to the standby list must do so in person at the theater beginning one hour prior to the screening. No email or phone requests for the standby list will be accepted.
About the Film:
From acclaimed writer-director Rama Burshtein (Fill the Void) comes the surprisingly gentle and sweet new Israeli romantic comedy, The Wedding Plan.
After her fiancé calls off their wedding a month before the ceremony, an ultra-Orthodox woman (Noa Koler) decides to keep the wedding date, leaving it to fate to provide a suitable groom. Unwilling to return to lonely single life, Michal embarks on an exhaustive search for a spouse, enlisting different matchmakers and enduring a series of horrible blind dates. As the day of her wedding grows closer and without the presence of Mr. Right, the jilted bride-to-be puts everything on the line to find happiness.
Nominated for nine Israeli Academy Awards, The Wedding Plan is the winner of Best Actress and Best Screenplay honors, and claimed Best Actress prize at the Haifa International Film Festival. A nominee for Best Film at the Venice Film Festival, the film is also an Official Selection of the upcoming Tribeca Film Festival.
About AJFF Selects
The AJFF Selects series is designed to bring the same type of world-class films from the annual festival to audiences year-round. AJFF Selects will feature a series of special screening events outside of the annual festival. These programs will feature outstanding new foreign and independent films, as well as expert speakers and guest filmmakers.