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'
Oshrat Kotler was responding to a report on the five Israeli soldiers who were recently indicted for beating Palestinian detainees in revenge for the death of their comrades
Nadav Lapid's 'Synonyms,' about a young Israeli who moves to Paris, have been praised by critics as 'brilliant' and 'fearless'
Marimi wins finals of 'The Next Star,' overcoming controversial vocalist Shefita; he will grace the stages of the song contest Israel is slated to host in May
Lena Headey, who plays Cersei Lannister, will be taking up a leading role in 'Gunpowder Milkshake' by acclaimed directors Aharon Keshales and Navot Papushado
In strongly worded letter, contest supervisor warns of 'unimaginable consequences' toTel Aviv event should Israel not take responsibility for security budget
The funky and futuristic music video stars a pink rhinoceros and cost almost a million shekels to produce
With their comedy-thriller miniseries 'Douze Points,' Asaf Zelicovitch and Yoav Hebel are racing the clock before the song contest takes place in Tel Aviv in real life
Comedian and pro-Israel activist planted a tree alongside settler leader and said Jewish settlers are 'the pioneers at the forefront of Israel' ■ BDS, she claims, 'is very much the same as the first Nazi boycott of Jewish businesses'
Television hosts Erez Tal, Assi Azar, and Lucy Ayoub will also host, while Madonna is reportedly in talks to perform
Guy Nattiv tells Haaretz about the American neo-Nazi family and the Israeli racism that inspired his work
Nadav Lapid’s new film, 'Synonyms,' is in the running for the Golden Bear, while four other Israeli films will be screened at festival
The Lego Movie will not be Gadot's first venture into animation, as the Israeli star recently voiced herself in an episode of The Simpsons and portrayed a race driver in 'Ralph Breaks the Internet'
A direct confrontation by Jeremy Piven, formerly the abrasive agent in 'The Entourage,' felled by accusations of sexual harassment, might have brought a stronger performance in Jerusalem. Yet, still, his charisma made it a very entertaining evening
As a child refugee from the Democratic Republic of Congo, Sean Mongoza experienced racism on the streets of south Tel Aviv. Now he's the star of a powerful new TV series that wants to be the Israeli answer to 'The Wire'
Polanski had filed suit after Matan Uziel's website called on women to tell their stories of sexual harassment and assault, and was quoted saying that director had 'sexually assaulted five girls and teenagers'
Newspaper article criticizes Lina Makhul for allegedly refusing to perform on Independence Day 'because it's the Palestinian Holocaust Remembrance Day'
Total cost of producing the international song contest is 110m shekels, says Kan corporation; CEO worried about being able to repay the funds