Athens Jewish Film Festival view the full film schedule at http://www.athensjff.org/our-main-event–film-schedule.html Founded in 2008, the Athens Jewish Film Festival brings quality Jewish films to Athens, GA through an annual festival and year round events. Our mission is two-fold: to review, discuss, and celebrate films of Jewish interest, and to encourage emerging filmmakers. The Fifth Annual Athens Jewish Film Festival will kick off with a Gala Dinner and opening film at The Georgia Museum of Art on Saturday, March 16, 2013, at 7:00 pm. Gala tickets are $60 per person and include a catered dinner, cocktails, and guaranteed seating for the opening film, Hava Nagila, beginning at 8:45pm. A series of eleven drama, documentary, comedy and animated films, from different parts of the world, plus various short films will be screened at Ciné in downtown Athens running from Sunday, March 17, through Wednesday, March 20, 2013. Athens’ own art house theatre screens a variety of intriguing films from a broad spectrum of countries and cultures. The five-day festival’s overarching theme for this year is “Jewish films, universal themes.” Festival patrons will enjoy viewing the films, participating in discussions and enjoy a complimentary nosh daily donated by local businesses and restaurants. The closing event will take place at Ciné at 5:00 pm on Wednesday, March 20, and will feature the screening of the Athens Jewish Film Festival shorts finalists, an awards ceremony, the final full-length feature film followed by a light reception. Festival Passes are $35 each &/or individual tickets can be purchased at the Ciné box office. view the full film schedule at http://www.athensjff.org/our-main-event–film-schedule.html

Athens Jewish Film Festival
view the full film schedule at http://www.athensjff.org/our-main-event–film-schedule.html

Founded in 2008, the Athens Jewish Film Festival brings quality Jewish films to Athens, GA through an annual festival and year round events. Our mission is two-fold: to review, discuss, and celebrate films of Jewish interest, and to encourage emerging filmmakers.

The Fifth Annual Athens Jewish Film Festival will kick off with a Gala Dinner and opening film at The Georgia Museum of Art on Saturday, March 16, 2013, at 7:00 pm. Gala tickets are $60 per person and include a catered dinner, cocktails, and guaranteed seating for the opening film, Hava Nagila, beginning at 8:45pm.

A series of eleven drama, documentary, comedy and animated films, from different parts of the world, plus various short films will be screened at Ciné in downtown Athens running from Sunday, March 17, through Wednesday, March 20, 2013. Athens’ own art house theatre screens a variety of intriguing films from a broad spectrum of countries and cultures. The five-day festival’s overarching theme for this year is “Jewish films, universal themes.”

Festival patrons will enjoy viewing the films, participating in discussions and enjoy a complimentary nosh daily donated by local businesses and restaurants. The closing event will take place at Ciné at 5:00 pm on Wednesday, March 20, and will feature the screening of the Athens Jewish Film Festival shorts finalists, an awards ceremony, the final full-length feature film followed by a light reception.

Festival Passes are $35 each &/or individual tickets can be purchased at the Ciné box office.

view the full film schedule at http://www.athensjff.org/our-main-event–film-schedule.html