Labor court orders Jerusalem light rail operators to return to work (Haaretz)
2 Turkish security personnel killed, 24 wounded by Kurdish suicide bomb in eastern Turkey (Reuters)
Iran oil minister expects to raise production to 500,000 barrels per day post sanctions (DPA)
Jerusalem light rail conductors striking over new train schedule (Haaretz)
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Education Minister Bennett cancels planned appearance at LGBT rally in Tel Aviv (Haaretz)
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Movie by Haaretz reporter wins Women's Film Festival award
Judy Maltz's film, 'From the Black You Make Color,' picks up Audience Award at international festival.
The film, which made its Israeli premiere at the festival in Rehovot, provides a glimpse into the lives of eight women of diverse backgrounds who, over the course of one year, either teach or study at Diana Beauty Academy in Tel Aviv, which first opened its doors in 1954.
The International Women’s Film Festival concludes on Sunday, October 27. Special programs to mark the festival’s tenth anniversary include a showcase of ten female filmmakers, a screening of the first feature film made by a woman in Israel and three days of screenings at the Tel Aviv Cinematheque. Twenty-five films participated in the Israeli competition at this year’s festival.