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2010 Atlanta Jewish Film Festival winners and encores

jewishfilmThe Atlanta Jewish Film Festival had a big year, drawing a  record 20,145 filmgoers, a 17 percent attendance jump over 2009.

If you missed it, the festival’s Audience Award Winners will each get an encore screening on March 14 at Regal Cinemas Atlantic Station, 261 19th St., Atlanta. Tickets to the screenings are $10 and available at www.ajff.org.

Here’s the winners and their scheduled encores:

Best Documentary Film:Where I Stand: The Hank Greenspun Story” tells the story of a Vegas mob associate/newspaperman and is narrated by Anthony Hopkins. 4 p.m. March 14.

Best Narrative Film:Who Do You Love” tells the story of Leonard Chess, a Polish Jewish nightclub owner who establishes Chess Records. The film is directed by Jerry Zaks, and made its U.S. premiere at AJFF. 7 p.m. March 14.

Did you see these films? What were your favorites at this year’s festival? Share in the comments!

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