Alex Gibney speaks to Haaretz about his new documentary, which exposes the myths and facts surrounding one of the world’s wealthiest cults.
'Kfulim,' which tells he stories of Israelis whose identities have been used in an assassination, will be produced in America as 'False Flag.'
Complaint on behalf of 26 Americans will be filed with the U.S. Department of Justice by Israeli NGO Shurat HaDin.
Trevor Noah's tweets over the last few years years have been seen as anti-Semitic and misogynistic. Many people are not impressed with Jon Stewart's replacement.
Morgan Spurlock, the producer of a documentary about eating nothing but McDonald’s and the American version of the hit Israeli reality show ‘Connected’ talks about the docu-reality genre.
Experts differ on whether texting helps or hinders kids’ ability to communicate in writing.
Fed up with the fashion world, Paris-based Dana Muskat began making marine-inspired stuffed dolls that have become an online hit.
The 'Seinfeld' director and 'Inside Comedy' host reflects on his yeshiva days and life on the road with Robin Williams.
‘I think she’s a beauty not because of the make-up but because of her spirit,’ says actor Jeffrey Tambor of ‘Maura,’ his character on ‘Transparent.’
Keren Margalit’s 'Yellow Peppers' tells the story of a farming family at an isolated moshav, dealing with the realization that their son has autism. It will be adapted for BBC in six episodes.
Olive Kitteridge joins a new wave of American television series focusing on the troubles of families. Instead of fulfilling the dream of harmonious family life, it presents a piece of real life
The Israeli behind ‘In Treatment’ his now putting an extramarital affair under the spotlight in the gripping new television drama ‘The Affair,’ in which the plot is tantalizingly shown from three different perspectives
In a 1986 interview with Playboy magazine, Rivers chose Robin Williams as her favorite comedian; they died within weeks of each other.
Show does not do as well as "Fargo," but that was without a headline name like Billy Bob Thornton.
Israeli production beats 'House of Cards,’ 'The Bridge’ and 'Downton Abbey’ to win the Best Drama Series award; Ayelet Zurer crowned Best Actress.
On the eve of season 2, Haaretz visits the set of 'Orange is the New Black,' probably the only place you’ll see women in prison garb just hanging out and having fun.
Nof Atamna-Ismaeel plans on using prize money to open Arab-Jewish cooking school.
After 19-month hiatus, series is returning, promising to be longer, shorter, funnier and more of a pain in the gut.
Star of TV satire show 'Eretz Nehederet,' denies sexually assaulting a 17-year-old girl.
In an interview with Haaretz, the writer, director, producer, star and creator of 'The Mindy Project’ explains why comedy about race is funny.
Pilot to be produced of 'The Ran Quadruplets,' about siblings raised in front of the camera.
Series centers on a young couple and the trials and tribulations of raising a newborn.
The British actress, whom Newsweek once called the most beautiful woman in film history, tells Haaretz she has gotten over her uneven acceptance speech at the Golden Globes.
U.S. network's new 'Rising Star' singing talent show is based on Israel's 'Kochav Haba,' including an app that enable live voting by viewers.
Parents of abuse victims are coerced to let their children be interviewed, says the Meretz MK behind the bill.
Film deals with a girl at a new high school, who becomes the sex toy of a group of boys after trying to ingratiate herself with them; mostly left-wing MKs show up for screening.
The award-winning TV program "State of the Union," which features some of the country’s best-known comedians, will stage a performance in the Big Apple.
Former aides told London court that Nigella Lawson kept her use of coke and other drugs secret from adman husband Charles Saatchi, the Guardian reports.
Again and again, T.V. shows acclaimed for their nuance and character development rely on a two-dimensional depiction of Jews.
Having sold 'Hostages' to CBS, the producer-screenwriter talks about tough competition in television and what projects he has in the works.