Haifa’s 32nd International Film Festival runs October 15-24, with a host of Israeli and international debuts. Here are five recommendations and one viewer’s warning.
The bright lights of Hollywood have proved irresistible for a group of acclaimed young directors.
Sixteen years on, American Jewish historian Deborah Lipstadt’s defeat in court of Holocaust denier David Irving remains sadly relevant, as the new movie ‘Denial’ shows.
Sand Storm is the first all-Arabic language film to be Israel’s submission for the Oscars foreign film category.
The Hollywood Reporter calls Joseph Cedar’s ‘Norman’ ‘compellingly unsettling and complex,’ while Variety calls Avi Nesher’s ‘Past Life’ ‘profoundly moving.’
Ido Haar's 'Presenting Princess Shaw' tells the story of an Israeli musician helping a nursing-home worker make the big time.
Nili Tal, whose documentary 'Saving Nur' tells about Israeli volunteers who aid a sick Gazan girl, says she doesn't think the movie is too forgiving.
'The Most Beautiful Woman' and 'The Mute's House,' made by students in Tel Aviv and Jerusalem, are up for awards in the Foreign Documentary category of 2016 Student Academy Awards.
Series on the young girl's murder that riveted Israel will be aired this fall.
Culture Minister Miri Regev gets booed when she talks about terror attacks, and criticizes ‘elitists’ and ‘our enemies at home.’