Some 500 guests came together this past June 23 at the Atlanta Contemporary for the first-ever Cinebash, a film party hosted by Atlanta Jewish Film Festival. The new event is unlike any other AJFF program, and a unique way to engage with new and diverse audiences around the cinema arts and culture outside of a traditional theatre space.

This year’s Cinebash was themed around the work of an iconic graphic designer of the 50’s and 60’s, Saul Bass – best known for his motion picture title sequences, including Alfred Hitchcock’s Vertigo and Psycho, and promotional movie posters for such films as ExodusThe Shining and West Side Story.

Watch the video recap from the night to see some of the interactive art installations, the mural wall where guests picked up a paintbrush and contributed their art, fabulous food from Taste of Atlanta, an immersive Vertigo Room, and more!

A photo gallery from the night can be viewed here. To stay updated on upcoming events from AJFF, visit their website and subscribe to their newsletter.

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