Introducing the Atlanta Jewish Film Festival


Approaching its 23rd edition, the Atlanta Jewish Film Festival continues to engage and entertain our city’s diverse communities through curiosity, conversation, and culture. One of Atlanta’s premiere philanthropic arts organizations, AJFF delivers world-class international and independent cinema, using film as a vehicle to promote empathy, challenging dialogue, and universal, cross-cultural understanding.

AJFF champions an inclusive exploration of the Jewish experience, its complex history, and its intersection with people of all faiths, ethnicities, and backgrounds. Through the power of storytelling, AJFF assembles a wide range of community leaders, advocates, filmmakers, and educators to contextualize an ever-expanding range of topics, uniting over 38,000 active festivalgoers annually with both in-theater and streaming content offerings.

With emphasis on continuous innovation and mission-driven expansion, AJFF seeks to inspire the next generation of cinephiles and the culture-curious by actively broadening its educational outreach, community engagement, and accessibility efforts through captivating annual programing and events.

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The Atlanta Jewish Film Festival is one of the largest in the world. Since its founding in 2000, AJFF curates the finest international cinema year after year. Showcasing multiple feature length narrative and documentary films as well as multiple short film programs (including select world, North American, USA, and regional premieres) annually across a myriad of Jury categories including Narrative, Documentary, Building Bridges, Human Rights, Emerging Filmmaker; audiences have a unique opportunity to see films from around the world that otherwise rarely screen in Atlanta. AJFF, with a mission to bridge diverse communities through the power of film and storytelling, champions programming that is relatable to all walks of life, regardless of faith or affiliations, and offers a range of family-friendly and educational programming to boot. In addition to in-person and streaming screenings, extended filmmaker Q&As, Virtual Lobbies (with hosted, themed discussions), and a number of in-person and virtual Special Events are in store.

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