Nadav Lapid says the fact his film was financed by the Culture Ministry is 'the supreme expression' of Israel's democratic character
More than half the horror films produced in Israel in the past decade are about the army and suggest the same idea: The Israeli nightmare is not about monsters and demons, but about the face in the mirror
Since submitting its first entry – and winning its first nomination — for 'Sallah' in 1964, Israel has made the short list of top nominees 10 times, without ever bringing the Oscar home
The events on Israel's borders might be keeping some guests away, but those who show up can catch current and older classics that take you from America's death row to France's wine country
Israeli Arab Director Rejects BDS Movement’s 'Dangerous, Condescending' Request to Ax U.K. Film Screening
BDS movement says 'Holy Air' screening is propaganda meant to cover up 'Israeli crimes against the Palestinian people'
This Balfour Declaration documentary offers a Zionist ethos nostalgia overdose and a superficial gloss on the Arabs living in pre-state Palestine
'Yoni Netanyahu’s Mistake Nearly Led to Disaster': U.K. Historian Sets the Record Straight on Operation Entebbe
The PM's slain brother was not a central figure in the operation, Saul David, on whose book the film '7 Days in Entebbe' was based, tells Haaretz
'The Love Letter,' written and directed by Atara Frish is about a woman army commander who receives a mysterious love letter from one of her female soldiers
Culture Minister Working to Withdraw Support of Israeli Film Festival in Paris Over 'Foxtrot' Screening
Miri Regev has been a vocal critic of the film since its release, despite not having watched it, claiming that it hurt the reputation of Israel's military
The tragedy of the great writer was his attempt, like many of ‘the 1948 generation,’ to straddle the fence, to be both moral and an occupier
The film, which follows a young Israeli soldier stationed at a remote checkpoint, was widely expected to be nominated for an Academy Award
After a successful Indian version of a popular local series, Israel is keen to collaborate with Bollywood. Could the world’s most prolific film industry be on its way to the Holy Land?
Miri Regev tells Haifa Mayor Yona Yahav that the privately funded event 'seeks to undermine our sovereignty and the very existence of the State of Israel'
Shmulik Maoz's 'Foxtrot' shouts the tragic cry of contemporary Israeli life: the howl of parents whose soldier son has died, the bellow of a soldier at a checkpoint, the site of the ruination of Israeli identity
Despite its vagueness, 'Saving Neta,' made up of four stories about four women, is a movie worth seeing