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Tickets Selling Out for Annual Jewish Film Festival

Patch has a quick rundown of some films showing through Feb. 22 in Sandy Springs and nearby.

 

Many screenings are sold out for the 22-day Atlanta Jewish Film Festival. Patch has a quick rundown of some films showing through Feb. 22 in Sandy Springs and nearby. Visit the website for the full schedule.

“Koch.” The legacy of the late outspoken NewYork City mayor is chronicled in this intimate, revealing and often funny biography of a quintessential New Yorker and landmark politician. Read more here.

  • When/Where you can see it: 2:50 p.m, Feb. 12, Lefont Sandy Springs.

“My Best Holidays.” An Algerian-Jewish family and their friends go on holiday in the French countryside and attempt to repair fraying marriages, sort out their lives, and not upset the distrusting provincial locals. Read more here.

  •  When/Where you can see it: 9:05 p.m., Feb 12 at Lefont Sandy Springs. 

“Roman Polanski: A Film Memoir.” The celebrated but scandalized Polish-French filmmaker shares emotionally raw recollections of the painful life episodes that continue to haunt his career. Read more here.

  • When/Where you can see it: 4:40 p.m., Feb. 10 at Lefont Sandy Springs.

“It Is No Dream: The Life of Theordor Herzl.” A cosmopolitan Viennese playwright and journalist becomes the father of modern political Zionism in this documentary. Read more here.

  • When/Where you can see it: Sold out in Sandy Springs. Tickets are available at 2:45 p.m., Feb. 14, Regal North Point Market in Alpharetta.

“Closed Season.” Erotically-tinged drama about an unorthodox arrangement between German peasants and Jewish war refugee. Read more here.

  • When/Where you can see it: 12 p.m., Feb. 12 at Lefont Sandy Springs. Also 12:15 p.m., Feb. 17, Regal North Point Market. A Feb. 11 screening at Lefont theaters is sold out.

“Simon and the Oaks.” Nominated for a record 13 Swedish Academy Awards,  it’s a picturesque coming-of-age epic about family secrets that entangle two boys from different backgrounds growing up in 1940s coastal Gothenburg. Read more here.

  • When/Where you can see it: Sold out in Sandy Springs. Tickets are available 12 p.m., Wednesday at UA Tara Cinemas; and 11:30 a.m., Feb. 15 at Regal North Point Market.

“Glickman.” The life of the record-setting Jewish sprinter and sports broadcasting trailblazer is memorialized. Read more here.

  • When/Where you can see it: Sold out in Sandy Springs. Tickets are available at 8 p.m., Feb. 17 at Regal North Point Market

“Oma & Bella.” Two elderly Holocaust survivors and best friends share a deep fondness of family and food. Read more here

  • When/Where you can see it: 7 p.m., Feb. 12 at Lefont Sandy Springs.

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