City Lights: Atlanta Jewish Film Festival; ‘Paper Routes: Georgia Women To Watch;’ Atlanta Ballet With Spelman Glee Club

Left to right: Jerushia Graham talks to "City Lights producer Claire Reynolds, and Lucha Rodriguez about "Paper Routes," which is currently on display at MOCA GA through March 7.
Left to right: Jerushia Graham talks to "City Lights producer Claire Reynolds, and Lucha Rodriguez about "Paper Routes," which is currently on display at MOCA GA through March 7.
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Thursday on “City Lights with Lois Reitzes”:

  • 1:01: Lois Reitzes talks with Kenny Blank, director of the Atlanta Jewish Film Festival. The festival celebrates it’s 20th anniversary this year with 64 films from 17 countries and takes place across Atlanta starting Feb. 10.
  • 26:18: Jerushia Graham and Lucha Rodriguez sit down with producer Claire Reynolds to talk about “Paper Routes: Georgia Women To Watch 2020,” an exhibition of the National Museum of Women in the Arts. “Paper Routes” is on view at MOCA GA through March 7.
  • 42:24: Reitzes speaks with Atlanta Ballet artistic director Gennadi Nedvigin and Spelman Glee Club director Dr. Kevin Johnson about their collaboration of dance and jazz called “Heart-Beat: Gospel, Brubeck and Rhythms of the City.”  The show will be at the Cobb Energy Center Feb. 7 through 15.
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