After 18 months of virtual viewing, the Atlanta Jewish Film Festival is returning to the theater with AJFF North, a mini-festival from Aug. 28-29. Geared towards North Metro Atlanta residents, the five film screenings will be held at Aurora Cineplex in Roswell and online via the AJFF Virtual Cinema. Made possible by the Jewish Federation of Greater Atlanta through their “Making Jewish Places” initiative, the festival targets residents of Alpharetta, East Cobb, Johns Creek, and Roswell though is open to all audiences.


Tickets go on sale on Wednesday, Aug. 4 and are $16 for an in-person ticket or virtual cinema pass. As this is AJFF’s first in-person event since February 2020, the smaller-scale festival gives them a look into the future of theater. They’ll be following all CDC and local guidelines, including mask wearing for all staff and guests, including those vaccinated, and social distancing throughout.


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