In 1973, Aliza Kashi was banned by the then-monopolistic local media. From her L.A. home, the 80-year-old yearns for the country that rejected her.
Culture & Life
Something about ‘An’ is sympathetic, even intriguing, mainly because of the sense that it emerges from the subtlety, restraint and toughness of the Japanese soul
U.S. drama series slated to return with 217-strong cast.
Giora Chamizer, the force behind 'The Greenhouse,' the first Israeli series to be sold to Netflix, talks to Haaretz about the ‘daily teen drama’ genre he created.
It turns out that the people prioritized by the ratings experts don’t even watch TV. But they can still enjoy ‘Catastrophe,’ whether bingeing or streaming.
Ahead of the scheduled debut of Season Six later this month, rumors have circulated that a few Israeli stars can be expected to make guest appearances on the show.
Whether she chooses the three-room in Modi'in or the four-room in Be’er Ya’akov, she'll be getting an apartment in a boring suburb scripted by the government.
Neither in historical documentaries nor in formulaic series is one safe from the realities of life on this planet.
Will all produced pastries be kosher? If not we may find the beaters whipping up a political crisis, too.
The makers of documentary about 13-year-old Tair Rada's killing 10 years ago tears holes in the judicial system and questions the murder conviction of Roman Zadorov.
Apart from intriguing characters and a riveting plot, this show has a message.
The Globe’s performance of 'Hamlet' in Israel had all the potential of being a complex event, partly for non-theatrical reasons.
Gamla Nature Reserve once housed dozens of raptors’ nests, but only three active nests were found this year; experts optimistic that more vultures will return next year.
The workers sent to clean up after the 1986 nuclear reactor accident are consistently denied life insurance and other benefits in Israel.