The action is not accompanied by something that is essential for creating a real and authentic cinematic experience: the human dimension
Despite excellent performances in ‘The Sense of an Ending,’ the challenge of representing the mechanisms of memory proves elusive for director Ritesh Batra
It wouldn't have surprised anyone if 'The Zookeeper's Wife' star Jessica Chastain burst into song like a Disney princess
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
Making 'The 90-Minute War' movie was a mistake
Adam Driver plays Paterson, a bus driver by day and a poet by night, in Jim Jarmusch’s latest film
Ken Loach’s 'I, Daniel Blake' offers a precise account of a reality at once cruel and touched with compassionate solidarity
Erez Tadmor's 'Homeport' is not a trivial film, but it could have been a much more complex and satisfying work.
McCarthyism sought to root out the enemy within, but who are the enemies against whom Regevism is directed?