'Malkot,' or 'Queens,' focuses on women from a crime family and their attempts to rehabilitate the family 'business' after the men are killed by a rival crime syndicate
'Irena Sendler' will be the first project of Pilot Wave, a production company started alongside husband Yaron Varsano
‘Valley of Tears,’ now in production, revisits one of the most traumatic battles of the 1973 war
Actress and reality star Luna Mansour says Israelis and Palestinians should avoid black and white – and take ‘the gray path, where the human being is accepted’
The acclaimed satirical look at the Israeli-Palestinian conflict was partly financed by the Luxembourg Film Fund
PM claims Keshet Media Group, which produced the HBO series 'Our Boys' that he blasted as anti-Semitic, is 'committing a terror attack against democracy'
After failing to prevent Channel 12 from publishing leaked materials from his corruption probes, PM tells Israelis they should boycott the channel for producing show which 'slanders Israel internationally'
Longtime media personality Yaron London issues an apology for his offensive ‘choice of language,’ but says he sees no reason to retract his statement
After a series of odd jobs and rejections, LeeOz Levy was cast in television crime series 'Magpie,' which follows the story of an ex-convict trying to become an informant
Israeli actress will act alongside Dwayne Johnson and Ryan Reynolds in an art heist thriller
'Advocate,' directed by Rachel Leah Jones and Philippe Bellaiche, celebrates the attorney Lea Tsemel
Some viewers, particularly in the Netherlands, have called to boycott streaming platform for milking the Holocaust for laughs
The prime minister refused to fund the Eurovision Song Contest, knowing well that a bank loan would threaten the public broadcaster's financial independence - and that's exactly what happened
Breaking the Silence invite tourists to Israel to visit Hebron and 'see the full picture;' Israeli minister blasts 'lies'
Organizers of the song contest in Tel Aviv say that it's business as usual, but only 5,000 tourists are expected to arrive
The international celebrities sign a statement in support of the song contest that will be held in Israel following BDS pressure on contestants to pull out
The thriller is the first feature film on Rabin's murder, examining the political, religious and personal forces spurring on Yigal Amir
City to provide two separate routes to the contest, takes measures against taxi price-gauging ahead of the contest finale
After Warning From European Broadcasting Union, Netanyahu's Office to Pay for Some Eurovision Expenses
Prime Minister's Office announces transfer of additional 1.5 million shekels so preparations can resume after the production work was halted
Veteran journalist Oshrat Kotler announces unpaid leave of absence a month after critical comments about the abuse by an ultra-Orthodox battalion sparked outcry
France threatened to pull out of the Eurovision, which Israel is hosting in May, if it runs a television comedy show about ISIS recruiting the French representative to carry out an attack during a live broadcast
Yael Abecassis comes under fire for saying that 'people on the right don't represent humaneness' in response to anti-Arab comments
'Ignorant, Nasty and Mean-spirited Country': The Rising Israeli Star Who Dared to Play in a Movie Critical of Israel
Tom Mercier, whose performance in 'Synonyms' had international critics comparing him to Marlon Brando, talks about being inspired by Conor McGregor and Beyoncé, and what nude scenes taught him
Wonder Woman backs up Israeli TV host Rotem Sela, after the latter's post claiming Arabs are equal citizens of Israel came under fire by the prime minister himself
Unlike last year's 'Toy,' a fast-paced pop song, Israel's 2019 nominee is a ballad
Inter-ministerial task force set up to determine how to manage possible political criticism of Israel or violations of the boycott law by foreign Eurovision delegations
This year’s features program includes 103 films – half directed by women, and 29%, says the festival, by people of color
Police also investigating suspicions of large-scale scalping of tickets already sold
'This film is about education,' Nattiv says, pointing to the kind of bigotry his grandparents experienced during the Holocaust
Oshrat Kotler, who received death threats for her comment, says she can't ignore 'heavy price that we are paying through our children for ruling over another people'