'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
After the empowering female experience of ‘Wonder Woman,’ the force and budget of ‘Black Panther’ at long last supply the same integrative deal for African Americans
Production designer Inbal Weinberg tells Haaretz about Ryan Gosling’s interesting quirks and the wider challenge of getting the last detail right
Historian whose book is basis of screenplay says '7 Days in Entebbe' downgrades slain Yoni Netanyahu’s hero status
BDS supporters cite Israel's culture minister, who doesn't want Paris film festival to open with 'Foxtrot,' a movie she says sullies Israel and its army
Despite Political Pressure From Jerusalem, Israeli Film Festival in Paris Refuses to Cave on 'Foxtrot'
The culture minister doesn't want the event to open with a movie she says sullies Israel and its army
Breaking the Glass Lenses Israeli Female Cinematographers Keep Their Viewpoint in a Male Dominant Field
After Rachel Morrison’s historic Oscar nomination, four of her Israeli peers discuss breaking into the ‘men’s club’
Three Israel Prize winners are among actors, directors and writers signing public letter asking Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu to let asylum seekers stay in Israel; move follows similar letter last week by 35 prominent Israeli authors
The awards race has begun and Israeli director Samuel Maoz is on a U.S. tour, promoting his movie one cocktail party after another. The schmoozing, the PR stunts, and what Harvey Weinstein has got to do with it all
Of Israeli movies that reached the silver screen, only 6 out of 34 had women directors, a number critics say correlates with the high number of sexual harassment cases plaguing the industry
The director of a new film tells how the icon of Parisian haute couture tried to exploit Nazi race laws to disinherit her Jewish partners
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'
With low-budget films 'The Slut' and 'The Burglar,' Hagar Ben-Asher has established herself as one of Israel's most in-your-face filmmakers. Her next two projects are set to elevate her status internationally – just don't call her Julia Roberts
'While is Israel is celebrating 70 years, the Cinematheque State is trying to remember and sanctify the Nakba. Not on my watch,' Miri Regev says
The ex-Pink Floyd front man’s passionate calls for a cultural boycott of Israel are the subject of a new documentary. Director Ian Halperin says Waters must be held to account for his actions
'We don’t have those kind of all-powerful producers here who can make or break your career,' said one director, referring to Harvey Weinstein. 'But you don’t need to have that much power in order to assault'
Why Samuel Maoz would have happily done without the free PR that Miri Regev gave him by calling his film a ‘disgrace,’ and how Israelis can only benefit from this kind of work
The maker of 'Carnal' wanted to prove that even on farms that are run by self-proclaimed animal lovers, the animals' lives are a nightmare. But his method for doing so is extreme
Miri Regev cites media reports that Bakri, who is currently visiting Lebanon, called Arab countries' diplomatic ties with Israel 'treason'
The movie which had drawn harsh criticism from Culture Minister Miri Regev, won seven awards at the ceremony, including Best Movie, the ceremony's highest honor