Film: Atlanta Jewish Film Festival 

Wed.-Sun., Jan. 13-24

For the 10th year, the Atlanta chapter of the American Jewish Committee presents the ATLANTA JEWISH FILM FESTIVAL. The 12-day event features more than 50 films, including documentaries about Jewish life from the everyday to the infamous, independent films, shorts and historical fiction. Presented at three area theaters, the AJFF is Atlanta's largest film festival and allows attendees to vote for the best documentary and narrative films, as well as participate in discussions with local guest speakers. Some of the presentations include A Matter of Size, a film about Jewish sumo wrestlers, and Ajami, a multicultural crime drama. Through Jan. 24. $8-$10. See website for times and locations. 404-806-9913.


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