The Austin Jewish Film festival is an annual festival, usually held in the fall of each year. The festival takes place over a week, exhibits a wide variety of the latest premium Jewish movies and features engaging programs with film directors, screenwriters, and others.
Audiences attend the festival by purchasing individual tickets to specific events or by purchasing a Festival Pass, which provides access to all events.
Festival passes are also a benefit of most membership levels.
AJFF365 is our year-round program, providing the quality films AJFF is known for all year long—no need to wait a whole year for the next festival!
AJFF365 is a partnership program with Shalom Austin and most AJFF365 physical events take place on the Dell Jewish Community Campus.
Audiences attend AJFF365 programs by purchasing tickets to specific events or by purchasing an AJFF365 Subscription which gives access to all AJFF365 events for 12 months from the date of purchase. Those who obtain both an AJFF365 Subscription and a Festival Pass will have access to all AJFF hosted events at no further charge for a full year.
AJFF365 Subscriptions are also a benefit of some membership levels.
AJFF Connect is our outreach and
engagement program that allows us to partner with different communities and organizations around Austin.
Our partners host these events, but AJFF Members typically receive valuable discounts on ticket purchases.
AJFF members at certain levels receive extra benefits for AJFF Connect events.
AJFF Sneak Peek
AJFF Sneak Peek is a Member experience where we partner with major film studios to bring some of their new films to our audience prior to general release.
Examples of exclusive AJFF Sneak Peek events include “JoJo Rabbit,” “The Song of Names,” and “A Hidden Life.”
AJFF members at certain levels receive extra benefits for AJFF Sneak Peek events such as:
- Exclusive members’ tickets. Available even if all regular tickets are sold out.
- Early entry before regular ticket holders.
- Guaranteed entry as long as member arrives at the appointed time vs. first come, first served for regular ticket holders.