'The pain of the apartheid struggle [is] still fresh in our collective consciousness,' South African John Trengove wrote the organizers of TLVFest, which starts Thursday
'In Our Hands: The Battle for Jerusalem,' by Christian Broadcasting Network, made over $1.6 million in debut Tuesday
Culture and Sports Minister Miri Regev walks the red carpet in dress bearing the skyline of Jerusalem's Old City
eBay Founder's First Look Media Buys Rights to Israeli Docu on Lynching of Asylum Seeker Mistaken for Terrorist
The acclaimed film 'Death in the Terminal' describes events leading to the 2015 death of Haftom Zarhum, who was killed after he was shot and beaten by nearby bystanders at the Be'er Sheva bus station before dying of his wounds
Lavi, who was been nominated for a Golden Globe in 1962 for her role in the film "Two Weeks in Another Town," appeared in a number of successful U.S. and European movies and later launched a singing career
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’
25 years following the signing of the peace accords, a Broadway play centered on the Norwegian negotiation coordinators to be adapted for the screen
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.
Film tells the story of two Arab musicians stuck between Jewish oppression and Arab conservatism.
Smurfette was censored from the original poster promoting 'Smurfs: The Lost Village' in order not to offend residents, according to the company distributing the movie.