Uri Singer used the technology to advertise his latest movie at the Sundance Film Festival, but worries that it’s easier for young people to emotionally communicate with robots, computerized dolls and holograms.
Documentary prepared from previously unknown footage offers unmediated access to the man behind the legend - and his forecast for Israel's future.
The details emerge in a 1994 interview with Rabin that is the centerpiece of Amos Gitai’s new film 'Shalom Rabin.'
Maysaloun Hamoud’s debut feature 'In Between' shines an illuminating light on three young Arabs living in the heart of Tel Aviv.
A newcomer who is producer, scriptwriter, director and lead actor has made a movie that places her at the forefront of promising young Israeli filmmakers.
Israeli cinema and television have provided Palestinian actress Samar Qupty with a showcase for her talent and enabled her to make small inroads against bigotry — even among the occasional Ben-Gurion airport security worker.
Here is a film that is free of formulas and rife with true, reliable emotional openness. One of the year’s best pictures, not least thanks to a remarkable performance by Casey Affleck.
Offering a different take on the aliens-invade-Earth theme in sci-fi movies, this film considers the power of language to transform reality and suggests that we reconsider our conception of time.
For decades documentary filmmaker Kirsten Johnson ventured into killing fields and loci of strife. Her latest effort consists entirely of footage that was previously left on her cutting-room floor.
In 'American Honey,' starring Shia LaBeouf and breakout talent Sasha Lane, a group of young dropouts play the capitalist game.
The hero is autistic, a wizard at math, an expert at martial arts and an ultra-skilled sniper who is leading a double life. But all this is not enough to make ‘The Accountant’ a film worth seeing.
‘Made Like a Gun’ topped off five years of relentless exploration by actor-director Eldad Prives of his own PTSD and that of other Israelis.
In 'The Sea of Trees,' Gus Van Sant seems caught between the two main poles of his body of work, and the result is peculiar.
This gorgeous-looking movie about two gentle souls suffers from being constantly poised on the brink of romantic fantasy, at the expense of human complexity.
Two big winners at the Haifa film festival offer a unique, fresh viewpoint of life under the double burden of occupation and a patriarchal society.