Channel 12 reporter says settlers were warning Palestinian farmers not to start the harvest, even though it was an area they owned. When clashes broke out, settlers directed violence at him as well
Since starring in ‘Paradise Now’ 15 years ago, Ali Suliman has become one of the most successful Arab Israeli actors of his generation. ‘I’ve been optimistic most of my life but now, regrettably, I can’t see a light at the end of the tunnel,’ he says about life in Israel
After serving 16 months for fraud and bribery, Ehud Olmert decided upon his release that he had to document his version of events. The result is a new documentary
'The media educates the people of Israel against the Torah. They are collaborating with the gentiles,' one prominent rabbi says as religious leaders and right-wing figures join calls to put a stop to 'The Jews are Coming'
Company and producer cite explicit threats of physical harm as opponents of ‘The Jews Are Coming’ plan rally next week
Ultra-Orthodox, right-wing politicians slam public broadcaster's TV show poking fun at historical, biblical events for 'mocking everything that's holy'
26-year-old Dorin Edri's father disowned her when she transitioned, but that changed after she refused to 'hide my femininity for a moment.' She's no Bar Refaeli, she says, but now aims for a Vogue cover
Channel 12's Dana Weiss filed a libel suit against the prime minister's son for tweets ridiculing her journalistic credentials
Budget cuts are necessary to palliate to poor financial situation, management argues, but some point to political meddling
'We present a different, pleasant side of Iran, which no Western series has ever shown,' says Moshe Zonder, the creator of 'Tehran'
Increased airtime for a Netanyahu-sanctioned commentator who lashes out at attorney general has become a thorn in the side of military brass and station officials alike
Channel 12 News journalist claims Netanyahu supporters have said that 'even if he raped their daughter they would continue to vote for him'
The show revolves around a Mossad agent who enters Iran undercover in an attempt to sabotage the country’s nuclear facilities and falls in love with an Iranian man
Transgender Superstar Dana International to the Defense of J.K. Rowling: We Don't Need 'Unnecessary Wars'
A diva's support: The Israeli 1998 Eurovision winner and hit maker says ‘we must not jump too fast with accusations of transphobia’
Emmy-winning screenwriter Kirk Ellis is basing his new Netanyahu biopic 'Bibi' on book by Israeli journalist
Madonna’s disastrous performance or the stagehand who was killed are absent from filmmaker Orna Ben Dor's new docuseries on Israel's Eurovision 2019. 'Cinema is manipulation,' she tells Haaretz
‘Every day I experience dilemmas in choosing the roles and projects I take part in, and through refusing utterly to accept roles that hurt me, my people or my humanity,’ Ruba Bilal Asfour says
Ultra-Orthodox journalist Efrat Finkel isn’t concerned by the absence of women’s pictures in the newspaper for which she writes, but believes the secular media is demonizing her community in Israel
The signatories back the Palestinian queer community, but TLVFest's founder says 'harm to the festival and the artists who choose to take part will only paralyze the voices of optimism in Israel'
'It’s a story you hear and dismiss as an urban legend at first,' says creator of Israeli docu series delving into the world of Rabbi Eliezer Berland, who served prison time for sexual assault
19-year-old Eden Alene, the first Ethiopian Israeli to represent her country in the international song contest, will sing 'Feker Libi' at this year's contest in Rotterdam, Netherlands
Along with Eytan Fox's 'Tablet,' the official competition will include Ruthie Pri-Bar’s debut film 'Asia' and Talya Lavie's 'Honeymood,' to be screened non-competitively
With a budget of $4 million per episode, ‘Hit and Run’ – the new series by Lior Raz and Avi Issacharoff – has been filming in Tel Aviv while local productions look on enviously
19-year-old TV contest winner Eden Alene says competition has 'turned me from a girl with a dream into a seasoned singer'
'It’s very exciting, even though it's clear that no film will prevent confrontation,' director of Golden Bear winner 'Synonyms' says
Dorit Rabinyan's 'All the Rivers' was at the heart of a controversy after Israel's Education Ministry refused to include it in reading list for high school students
The new three-part documentary by Amit Goren seeks to answer the question: Is it right for an organization like the Mossad to be controlled by one person – a prime minister?
Five finalists for award will be announced next month ■ ‘Stay Close,’ produced by Israeli Nevo Shinaar, shortlisted in the documentary short category
'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