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Atlanta Jewish Film Festival

  • Dates: January 24, 2018 - February 15, 2018
  • Recurrence: Recurring every week day
  • Location: Various venues around metro Atlanta
  • Address: 1155 Mount Vernon Highway, (Location: Regal Cinemas Perimeter Pointe 10), Sandy Springs, GA 30338
  • Phone: 1-866-214-2072

Calling all film lovers! The 18th annual Atlanta Jewish Film Festival returns for 23 days featuring an international collection of 70+ narrative and documentaries that you can’t experience anywhere else. Year after year, AJFF prides itself on bringing an assortment of films together representing more than 24 countries. Come and see diverse flicks – covering everything from human rights, women in film, religion, and much more – with premieres by both familiar and new directors and producers alike. Don’t miss the kick-off on Opening Night and the Closing Night celebration, and even catch yourself socializing with filmmakers, celebrity guests, and community leaders at one of the many Q&As. For more details, visit Tickets go on sale January 17, 2018. #AJFF2018

The 2018 Atlanta Jewish Film Festival runs January 24-Februrary 15, and takes place across the metro Atlanta area. Two of the festival's venues are located in Sandy Springs

  • Lefont Sandy Springs - Parkside Shopping Center, 5920 Roswell Rd, Sandy Springs, GA 30328
  • Regal Perimeter Pointe Stadium 10 - 1155 Mount Vernon Highway, Sandy Springs, GA 30338

About Atlanta Jewish Film Festival: AJFF’s mission is to entertain and engage diverse audiences with film through a Jewish lens while simultaneously challenging conventional perspectives on culture and history, life in Israel, and the work of Jewish artists—particularly where these stories intersect with other communities. AJFF features year-round programs, including several tent pole events such as its annual Film Festival, AJFF Selects, AJFF On Campus, Cinebash, and the Icon Award for Contributions to the Cinematic Arts. In addition to its core programs, AJFF continues to work alongside its many partner organizations to support the greater Atlanta community while raising the bar for film festivals worldwide. Founded by the Atlanta Regional Office of American Jewish Committee (AJC) in 2000, since 2014, AJFF has operated as an independent non-profit arts organization that continues an active partnership with its founding agency, American Jewish Committee. For more information, visit or join the conversation on Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter.