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Young Professionals Night at the Atlanta Jewish Film Festival
February 3, 2018 @ 7:00 pm - 10:00 pm$18
Join us at Young Professionals Night at AJFF, presented by ACCESS, for a fantastic evening of festivities and film!
This exciting event is open to young professionals under 40 of all faith and ethnic backgrounds.
The evening will begin with a pre-party with food and cash bar at the Woodruff Art Center’s Center Space, followed by a screening of the comedy The Boy Downstairs.
WHEN: Saturday, February 3
Pre-party at 7pm
Film screening at 8:30pm
WHERE: Woodruff Arts Center
PRICE: $36 (includes both the pre-party and film).
As a community partner, The Sixth Point is pleased to offer you a 50% discount on your ticket. Just be sure to use this promo code: YP6POINT
About The Film:
The captivating Zosia Mamet (Girls) stars as a conflicted millennial who revisits a failed romance when she unknowingly moves into her ex-boyfriend’s Brooklyn brownstone, in THE BOY DOWNSTAIRS.
Returning to New York after an extended stint in London, artistically unfulfilled writer Diana (Mamet) moves into the perfect apartment while earning her keep by working at a bridal shop. Advising her are her free-spirited widowed landlady Amy, and kooky best friend Gabby. Diana thinks she has made a new start, until realizing her downstairs neighbor is her teddy bear-like old flame, the vulnerable and aggrieved Ben (Matthew Shear), whose heart she broke. Like a true New Yorker, she keeps the apartment, despite the awkward arrangement. As the estranged couple attempts to navigate cordial not-so-cohabitation and their knotty feelings, first-time writer-director Sophie Brooks flashes back to the early bloom of their courtship, the question of what went wrong hanging over every scene. This quirky and easygoing millennial love story features a stellar cast, led by Mamet and Shear, and supported by indie stalwart Deirdre O’Connell, as well as newcomers Sarah Ramos and Diana Irvine.
A fresh take on an oft-told girl-meets-boy story, THE BOY DOWNSTAIRS offers a touching and lightly comic contemplation of modern relationships, life choices and the price of independence and freedom
Thank you to our partner organizations!
Alliance Française d’Atlanta
Atlanta Black-Jewish Coalition
Birthright Israel Alumni Atlanta Network
Congregation Etz Chaim Young Adults
German Consulate General in Atlanta
HOPE – Helping Organizations & People Everywhere
Interfaith Community Initiatives
Israeli Consulate Cultural Group
Moishe House Buckhead
Muslims for Progressive Values-Atlanta
Sojourn: Southern Jewish Resource Network for Gender and Sexual Diversity
The Sixth Point
VIA: JF&CS Volunteers In Action
Young Adult Division of Jewish Life Home Communities
Please contact Jeff Silverstein at firstname.lastname@example.org with any questions. We’ll see you at the movies!