Tickets are now available for the 17th annual Atlanta Jewish Film Festival!
January 24th – February 15th, 2017
Films will be screened across seven venues throughout Metro Atlanta
- ITP: UA Tara Cinemas, Regal Atlantic Station, the Woodruff Arts Center (including Closing Night in beautiful Symphony Hall).
- OTP: Regal Perimeter Pointe, Lefont Theater, GTC Merchants Walk, and Cobb Energy Performing Arts Centre.
This year’s festival features a record number of 202 screenings, showing 75 films from 24 countries. Throughout the 23-day festival, guests will engage in the most compelling foreign and independent films. Regardless of genre, each film will fascinate, inspire, and expand your perspective!
Opening Night’s film Alone in Berlin, is based on a true story of grieving parents driven by their loss to resist the Nazi regime. A number of films continue to tackle issues of topical concern while others deliver side-splitting comedy. The list goes on, right up until the Closing Night film, The Women’s Balcony, an inspiring blend of comedy and feminism.
With more than 38,000 moviegoers attending screenings in past years, the Atlanta Jewish Film Festival made history by becoming the largest Jewish film festival in the world – And 2017 promises to bring even more excitement with amazing movies that entertain and captivate audiences in new ways!
- $13 | GENERAL ADMISSION
Weekdays after 4:00 PM and all weekend shows
- $11 | SENIORS ages 65 & older • STUDENTS with valid student ID • CHILDREN age 12 & under
- $10 | MATINEE SCREENINGS
Monday-Friday, start times up through 4:00 PM
- $18 |OPENING NIGHT
*Includes film only: $3 Cobb Energy Performing Arts Centre Facility Fee applied to all Opening Night General Admission tickets.
- $18 | YOUNG PROFESSIONLS NIGHT
Includes pre-show party and film
- $18 | CLOSING NIGHT
Includes film and post-screening dessert reception
The Atlanta Jewish Film Festival (AJFF) is a 3-week exploration of Jewish life, culture and history through the lens of cinema. The AJFF seeks to use the power of film to both entertain and educate, while challenging conventional perspectives on complex and challenging issues facing the Jewish and world community alike.