The Atlanta Jewish Film Festival (AJFF) has announced its full lineup and official schedule for the 18th annual event, returning for 23 days from January 24 through February 15! The lineup, schedule, and program guides can now be viewed at AJFF.org. Tickets go on sale beginning Wednesday, January 17 and can be purchased online.
The 2018 festival will present 192 screenings, with an international collection of 76 narratives and documentaries from 27 countries, at various Atlanta venues including Cobb Energy Performing Arts Centre, Perimeter Point 10, Atlantic Station Stadium 18 IMAX & RPX, Hollywood Stadium 24, The Springs Cinema & Taphouse, Tara Cinemas 4, and The Woodruff Arts Center. To continue AJFF’s mission to generate community dialogue through film, screenings will include post-film Q&A conversations with both familiar and new filmmakers, actors, community leaders, and academics, creating an experience set apart from traditional movie outings. This year will bring special guests such as comedian Gilbert Gottfried and director Neil Berkeley for Gilbert; Ferenc Torok, director for 1945; Astrid Schult, director for Winter Hunt; and Ofir Raul Graizer, director for The Cakemaker; and Amichai Greenberg, director for The Testament.
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