Atlanta Jewish Film Festival has officially concluded their special 20th anniversary festival this past Thursday, February 28, with over 1,000 in attendance at their Closing Night Film, Saul & Ruby, To Life! Overall, the festival attracted over 38,000 moviegoers over its 18-day event, featuring its most well-received and diverse lineup to date. The festival also announced its Audience and Jury Prize winners for 2020. To read the full wrap-up including award winners, visit AJFF.org.
The AJFF train doesn’t stop at the end of the festival as year-round programming is just around the corner with events including AJFF On Campus, Cinebash, AJFF Connects and more. Programming begins next month as AJFF kicks off its Selects series with the biographical drama Resistance starring Jesse Eisenberg as the legendary mime Marcel Marceau. AJFF has also announced a 20th anniversary Gala Concert in partnership with the Atlanta Symphony Orchestra, featuring film scores from Jewish-themed Hollywood classics. The concert will be held on the evening of Monday, October 19, 2020. Ticketing information and more details will be announced at a future date.
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