Screenplay discovered by Prof. Nathan Abrams shows how, like in 'Eyes Wide Shut,' Kubrick stripped stories from their Jewishness to adapt them to all-American settings
The Nakba Law allows the Finance Ministry to cut state funding to any institution that publicly observes Israel’s Independence Day as a day of mourning
The legendary Israeli rock opera 'Mami' is packed with explosive material. Time to brace for the cinematic version
'Wonder Woman' star worked with Johnson in the 'Fast & Furious' franchise ■ New movie, 'Red Notice,' centers around the pursuit of an art thief
‘Have you ever screwed a Jewish woman?’ Ines Moldavsky asks West Bank online suitor in ‘The Men Behind the Wall’
The BDS website says one of the guests who cancelled is Brazilian transgender singer Linn da Quebrada, the star of the award-winning documentary film 'Tranny Fag'
Israeli actress and her husband planning film ‘My Dearest Fidel,’ on the American journalist who became one of the Cuban leader’s confidantes
The 2016 Hebrew-language comedy tells the story of Israeli military band reservists who discover that Israel has withdrawn from Lebanon without them, but in the U.S. version, the withdrawal will be from Iraq
A new government-funded movie-making plan could contribute to the oppression of Palestinians in the West Bank
Panel expected to submit recommendations, including new regional foundations, to culture minister for approval
'The Boy from H2' follows 12-year-old Mohammed Burkan, a resident of Hebron’s H2 area, which is under Israeli military control
Israeli Arab Director Rejects BDS Movement’s 'Dangerous, Condescending' Request to Ax U.K. Film Screening
BDS movement says 'Holy Air' screening is propaganda meant to cover up 'Israeli crimes against the Palestinian people'
'The Love Letter,' written and directed by Atara Frish is about a woman army commander who receives a mysterious love letter from one of her female soldiers
After the empowering female experience of ‘Wonder Woman,’ the force and budget of ‘Black Panther’ at long last supply the same integrative deal for African Americans
Production designer Inbal Weinberg tells Haaretz about Ryan Gosling’s interesting quirks and the wider challenge of getting the last detail right
Historian whose book is basis of screenplay says '7 Days in Entebbe' downgrades slain Yoni Netanyahu’s hero status
BDS supporters cite Israel's culture minister, who doesn't want Paris film festival to open with 'Foxtrot,' a movie she says sullies Israel and its army
Despite Political Pressure From Jerusalem, Israeli Film Festival in Paris Refuses to Cave on 'Foxtrot'
The culture minister doesn't want the event to open with a movie she says sullies Israel and its army
Breaking the Glass Lenses Israeli Female Cinematographers Keep Their Viewpoint in a Male Dominant Field
After Rachel Morrison’s historic Oscar nomination, four of her Israeli peers discuss breaking into the ‘men’s club’
Three Israel Prize winners are among actors, directors and writers signing public letter asking Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu to let asylum seekers stay in Israel; move follows similar letter last week by 35 prominent Israeli authors