November 21-24  2019 | Halifax, NS

Become an Advertiser and/or Sponsor!

The Atlantic Jewish Film Festival is made possible thanks to the support from local businesses, government, and individual supporters. We could not produce our annual festival without this investment by our community.

Your support is vital to sustaining the work we do.

Advertisements

Consider the benefits of partnering with the AJFF. Your full-colour ad will be in 2000 copies of the program guide which will then be distributed throughout HRM, placed in libraries, museums, coffee shops, galleries, local stores and other public venues. Not only that, but your company name and logo will be on-screen prior to each film and printed on a poster placed outside the theatres. Just imagine the number of people who will see them!

ALL ADVERTISERS RECEIVE TWO TICKETS TO THE OPENING FILM

Sponsorship

Become a member of the Atlantic Jewish Film Festival family and join your friends, family and others in the community in supporting the festival. Your contribution includes a tax receipt and a number of perks, and helps us grow the AJFF so that we can make a lasting impression together.

PLEASE REVIEW THE CHART BELOW FOR DETAILS ON AJFF SPONSORSHIP

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THE DEADLINE FOR ADVERTISING & SPONSORSHIPS IS AUGUST 31.

We’d be happy to help you with your ad
or answer any questions. Please call Edna
LeVine at the Atlantic Jewish Council at
902.422.7491 or email: sponsorship@ajff.ca

2019 Schedule:

NOVEMBER 21: Opening film (Park Lane Cinema)

NOVEMBER 22: Morning and afternoon screenings

NOVEMBER 23: Celebrate the festival at Pier 21 with a film and party!

NOVEMBER 24: Afternoon screenings and closing film (Golda's Balcony) with produce David Fishelson in Attedance (Park Lane Cinemas)

About The AJFF

The Atlantic Jewish Film Festival (AJFF) is presented by the Atlantic Jewish Council. The festival provides an opportunity for the public to experience the Jewish world through film in Halifax. We offer film lovers documentaries, comedies and dramas that otherwise would not screen in Nova Scotia. We choose films to engage, entertain and educate a diverse, inclusive audience.

Following the success of last fall’s 5th Atlantic Jewish Film Festival, the AJFF organizing committee is excited to announce another great year of engaging films highlighting Jewish life and culture around the world.

In 1980 a group of people took a chance on starting a Jewish film festival in the Bay Area of San Francisco. Thirty-six years later, 35,000 people attend over 120 screenings annually over three weeks. Currently, there are more than one hundred Jewish film festivals around the world including Africa and Hong Kong. The Halifax-based AJFF opened its festival doors six years ago.

About the Atlantic Jewish Council

The Atlantic Jewish Council (AJC) has been the cornerstone of Jewish life in the Atlantic Canadian provinces (Nova Scotia, New Brunswick, PEI, and Newfoundland & Labrador) since 1975, acting as the organized Jewish community’s representative and program/service provider for non-religious matters. With only a small staff complement and a modest budget, the AJC relies on the support of over 100 volunteers across Atlantic Canada to move the needle on our eight strategic priorities:

  • Building a sense of Jewish community across Atlantic Canada;
  • Strengthening Jewish identity amongst the Jews of Atlantic Canada, especially our youth;
  • Reinforcing the regional identity of the Atlantic Canadian Jewish community;
  • Supporting and connecting Atlantic Canadians to Israel;
  • Educating about the Holocaust and human rights;
  • Helping those in need in our community;
  • Fostering relationships with and representing the Atlantic Jewish population to all levels of government, academic institutions, and Jewish and general organizations at both the national and local level; and
  • Educating the community of Atlantic Canada at large about Judaism.

The AJC is happy to once again present the Atlantic Jewish Film Festival.

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2018 COMMiTTEE MEMBERS

Chair: Lynn Rotin
Philip Belitsky | Rosalind Belitsky | Anna Hazankin | Jon Goldberg | Linda Law | Edna LeVine | Naomi Rosenfeld | Alex Rudcovski | Peggy Walt

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