For two decades, the Atlanta Jewish Film Festival has curated the best of Jewish cinema from around the world. Now, these films are available for moviegoers to explore. AJFF Recommends is an archive of every film ever shown at the Festival, stretching back to its inaugural season in 2000.
Over 1,000 titles are included in the database, which is fully searchable by subject, country of origin, director and more. Searches will even prompt additional suggestions for films that fit those criteria.
The best part? AJFF Recommends directs viewers to all available options for streaming, renting or purchasing movies from its catalogue.
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