Aäläm-Wärqe Davidian's film 'The Fig Tree' won the Audentia Award for best female director. Director Guy Nattiv wins critics' award for his first English-language film 'Skin'
'The Tempest' is a joint production by Shakespeare’s Old Globe Theater and the Los Angeles Philharmonic
Artistic director quits popular Acre Fringe Theater Festival after public steering committee disqualifies 'Prisoners of Occupation'
One actor has opted not to appear in Kiryat Arba on November 10, but replacement has agreed to step in as one-off, meaning actor will not be hit financially.
The culture minister has appointed a panel to discuss as-yet unpublished state comptroller report regarding veteran Tel Aviv-based theater.
The prominent BDS activist tells the band that they have lost the opportunity to 'stand on the side of justice.'
The reggae festival disinvited the Jewish-American musician due to pressure from the BDS movement, then reinstated the invitation.
Avior Byron, hailed as Israel’s first religious protest singer, belts out ballads against rabbis who are, well, out of tune with Jews by Choice.
The film 'Amy' portrays a formidable musical talent who fell victim to her addictions, an eating disorder and the people who should have helped her, but didn't.
After Israeli Arab Actor Refuses to Perform in Jordan Valley, Culture Minister Threatens to Cut Funds
Norman Issa says pressure on him to perform in place he is politically opposed to 'borders on extortion.'
A mainly student audience protested when the culture minister vowed not to support voices seeking to tarnish Israel’s image, but applauded when she promised funding for art in the periphery.
Irene Rosenfeld, a finalist in Ukrainian Pop Idol, has brought her powerhouse voice and big-time dreams to Israel.