While this year’s Austin Jewish Film Festival is making the digital pivot like others, organizers say that they will have opening and closing night socially-distanced, drive-in screenings at the Dell Jewish Community Center
“The pandemic has caused us to think much more creatively about this year’s festival,” said David Finkel, Director of AJFF. “We are super excited about how our program has evolved – two safe, socially distanced drive-in events with food, pre-show entertainment, great films, and live-over Zoom-Q&As with the filmmakers.”
In all more than 70 films will be screened Nov. 7-13 during the festival.
For tickets and festival passes see austinjff.org