The world’s preeminent Jewish film festival and Atlanta’s largest film festival is excited to reveal an early look at some of the films to be featured at next year’s 19th annual Atlanta Jewish Film Festival, taking place February 6-26 and returning with films as timely as ever. With a diverse collection of international and independent films from over 20 countries, attracting nearly 40,000 moviegoers, the festival offers an expansive experience that takes audiences on a journey around the world through film. Audiences can expect a wide range of films on the roster – everything from personal narratives, unconventional perspectives, documentaries, to comedies, dramas, and more.
The early release films include:
- “Alt-Right: Age of Rage”
- “Family in Transition”
- “Fig Tree”
- “Holy Lands”
- “It Must Schwingl: The Blue Note Story”
- “Who Will Write Our History”
- “Working Woman”
This year’s festival will be presented at the new anchor venue Sandy Springs Performing Arts Center and other metro Atlanta locations, including Cobb Energy Performing Arts Centre, Regal Atlantic Station, Regal Perimeter Pointe, UA Tara Cinemas, and Woodruff Arts Center. The full lineup and official schedule will be announced on January 10 and tickets will go on sale via www.ajff.org beginning January 28. More details and full film descriptions can be found in the official press release here.
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