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Atlanta Jewish Film Festival launches virtual programming

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As the community continues to rise to the challenges of COVID-19, the Atlanta Jewish Film Festival recently announced its virtual programs, along with expanded recommendations for at-home movie watching.

Among the offerings, the AJFF In Conversation podcast and webinar foster dialogue around Jewish film culture, film artists and industry voices, and related themes.

AJFF Playback celebrates the festival’s 20th anniversary with a bracket-style retrospective that invites audiences to watch and vote for favorite films from the AJFF vault.

AJFF continues to curate the best in international and independent cinema, offering ongoing viewing recommendations for housebound audiences at AJFF.org.

Katie Cline, 360 Media, Inc.

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