The Democratic People’s Republic remains a mystery to most of the world, but there are ways of discovering more about this most secretive of states
Having read Leon Uris' 'Mila 18' on a trip to Israel as a child, the filmmaker writes that he is now committed to making a film version next year
'The Big Sick' is an intelligent film that offers a blend of real-life material and genre conventions
Even if ‘The Unknown Girl’ does not quite live up to expectations, it is still a beacon of light in contemporary filmmaking
Secular director Joshua Weinstein decided to 'put on a yarmulke, hang out and show up every single day' to become familiar with the Hasidic world of Borough Park, Brooklyn
The miracle of the Dunkirk evacuation continues to prompt one of the great historical 'what-ifs' of all time
Brian Cox’s brilliant acting and a talented supporting cast make ‘The Carer’ enjoyable to watch, despite the formulaic and predictable plot
Ariel Vromen’s movie tells the story of Mossad agent Ashraf Marwan, who warned Israel about Egyptian attack ahead of Yom Kippur War in 1973
Christopher Nolan's 'Dunkirk' delivers a work of art to the playing field of the summer blockbuster
Announcement made at the San Diego Comic-Con, where the Israeli actor's appearance sent the crowd wild; sequel set for December 2019
Despite its vagueness, 'Saving Neta,' made up of four stories about four women, is a movie worth seeing
'Indoors,' Eitan Green’s latest film, does not shrink away from setting the record straight: Every happy family is unhappy, in fact, in its own way
From Jews to Neo-Nazis, everyone's got an opinion
Following her success in Israel with five short films about sexual harassment, writer-director Sigal Avin takes her project to the United States
Despite all the victory photo albums that flooded Israel after the 1967 war, Israeli filmmakers found it hard to deal with the subject
'Indoors' portrays a family man trying to provide what a family needs, and has much to say about the nature of Israeliness
Culture Minister Regev claims the documentary, ‘The Lab,’ which is to be shown at the Jerusalem Cinematheque on Thursday, ‘seeks to undermine the state and its values’
The movie has been shown at 60 festivals in 36 countries and won 24 prizes, says Tel Aviv University’s Steve Tisch School of Film and Television.
Erez Tadmor's 'Homeport' is not a trivial film, but it could have been a much more complex and satisfying work.
Danny Sanderson’s new album isn’t as good as his previous one, but even if it’s not a bullseye, it’s definitely on target.