It’s going to take more than an ice storm to keep moviegoers from this years’ Atlanta Jewish Film Festival! With plenty of films remaining there’s more than enough time for you and a friend (or family) to get out and enjoy these amazing films.
Spanning theaters across the city, the AJFF actually increased their movie selection from last year. Our first 2 film choices were postponed due to the weather (or as we’d like to say Snowpacolypse Part Deux). So our first screening was at Lefont Theatre in Sandy Springs for “It Happened in Saint-Tropez,” with guest speaker Amanda Brandenburg of PJ Library.
This is a hilarious film that examines integrity, religion, family, and life. It’s a French film with English subtitles and its run-time is 1 hour 40 minutes. The screening was sold out and the crowd was great, not hesitating to unleash laughter when prompted yet being respectful as to not interrupt the film.
We’ll feature a full review in our next issue. If you’re interested in seeing this amazing film featuring the amazing Monica Bellucci (pictured above) there are 2 screenings left: Monday @ Atlantic Station at 2:35pm, and Wednesday @ Lefont Theaters at 8:50pm.
To see the trailer and get your tickets click this LINK