France represents at The Atlanta Jewish Film Festival [fr]
Eight French Films are featured in this year’s 17th Atlanta Jewish Film Festival which will take place January 24- February 25.
Atlanta’s largest film festival and the largest Jewish film festival in the world arrives on January 24th, here in Metro Atlanta. The film festival not only attracts over 38,000 people, but also presents films that are created with rich culture and heritage. This year, the festival will present films from over twenty countries, including eight French films. These films address subjects such as Women’s Rights, Arab-Israeli Relations, and Anti-Semitism.
The Children of Chance (France, 2016) by Malik Chibane
Fanny’s Journey (France, 2016) by Lola Doillon
The Jews (France, 2016) by Yvan Attal
Once Upon a Time… Gett: The Last Interview of Ronit Elkabetz’ (France, 2016) by Yossi Aviram
Alone in Berlin (Germany/United Kingdom/France2016) by Vincent Perez
Finding Babel (Russia/Ukraine/U.S.A /Canada/France, 2016) by David Novack
Our Father (Israel/France, 2016) by Meni Yaesh
The Settlers (Canada/ Germany/Israel/France,2016) by Shimon Dotan
On February 15, Consul General Louis de Corail will present the film, “The Jews” and give some opening remarks.
For more information: AJFF