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
‘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