Sharon Maymon, screenwriter for the Oscar-winning short film 'Skin', returned home without a statuette, but he's not wasting time worrying about that
The National Board of Review of Motion Pictures also gave a nod to Israel's Gal Gadot, who won the Spotlight Award for her role in the blockbuster 'Wonder Woman'
Hollywood has a responsibility to set the right example. But it isn’t the venue for determining guilt or innocence.
A new study finds that an 'epidemic of invisibility' runs throughout Hollywood for women, minorities and LGBT people.
The nominees will be announced today and after last year’s criticism it seems that the Academy does not offer much improvement in diversity.
Olive Kitteridge joins a new wave of American television series focusing on the troubles of families. Instead of fulfilling the dream of harmonious family life, it presents a piece of real life
DeGeneres took selfie with a Samsung device as part of ad deal with ABC, which included Samsung phone product placement. Samsung probably spent nearly $20 million on Oscars ads, Wall Street Journal reports.
Television viewers couldn't see the most talked-about part of the Academy Awards.
Less glitz and obvious wins - and a dance by Steve McQueen, Jared Leto’s acceptance speech and Israeli Niv Adiri’s win.
Alice Herz-Sommer, who died in London on February 23 aged 110, was the subject of documentary, 'The Lady in Number 6: Music Saved My Life.'
From Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu arriving in Washington D.C. to address AIPAC to the Jewish Agency taking "drastic measures" to assist Ukrainian Jews, Haaretz brings you the top 8 headlines you might have missed.
It’s hard to recall a ceremony less dominated by members of the tribe than this year’s: No Billy Crystal, no big Spielberg film, no big Holocaust or World War-II themed flick.
Oscar host DeGeneres tweeted a selfie with a gaggle of A-list stars and surpassed the previous record-holder - President Barack Obama.
From the award show's running time, to how much the goodies in each nominee's gift bag cost, everything you need to know - in digits.
'Gravity' racked up the most Oscars including sound mixing by Israeli Niv Adiri, who told Haaretz after the win: 'I'm the happiest Israeli alive at the moment,'
With new film 'The Grand Budapest Hotel,' American filmmaker Wes Anderson presents another eye-catching collection of characters and, equally importantly, clothes.
Haaretz's veteran film critic answers questions sent in by Haaretz readers about Sunday night’s Academy Awards ceremony.
From the Woody Allen controversy to the chances of a Palestinian Oscar - a guide to the awards ceremony.
June Squibb talks to Haaretz about providing some comic relief in Alexander Payne's somewhat depressing 'Nebraska.'
Film about Alice Herz-Sommer, the world's oldest survivor until she died this week, to start streaming April 1.
From 'Meet the Fockers' to 'The Wolf of Wall Street,' Hollywood has long fed cinephiles caricatures of Jews. When will it start portraying real, modern, observant Jews?
At Los Angeles auction, collectors will be on Natalie Portman's clothes, Milton Berle's driver's license and bodysuit worn by Barbra Streisand.
From Jesus to The Wolf of Wall Street, Haaretz lists five of the more notable Jewish characters in this prolific filmmaker's films.
The world primarily typecasts Palestinians as heroes or villains. That could change with an Oscar nod to 'Omar.'
Ahead of the 2014 Oscars, Haaretz movie critic Uri Klein reviews contenders for Best Picture.
Alice Herz-Sommer, 110, who survived Theresienstadt thanks to her musical gifts, is the star of The Lady in Number 6: Music Saved My Life.
Suspending judgement on the Dylan Farrow affair, Uri Klein reminisces on his encounters with Allen, concluding the filmmaker lacks the relationship a true master has with his art.
The actor’s restrained performance helps make 'Captain Phillips' one of the best action films of recent times.
It feels as though 'Dallas Buyers Club' was made in the image of its hero, who - even when his character develops, softens, and becomes more human - does not claim our full sympathy.
Oscar-nominated director Alexander Payne talks, with Midwestern hospitality, about filming his home state in black and white.