Knesset heads back to work after five months
Analysis: Ideologically divided Joint List to shy away from controversial issues
Analysis: Differentiating between a wave of pressure and a diplomatic tsunami
PM’s associates: Liberman not needed in coalition
Farewell to Lia at Jerusalem Cinematheque
Pop sensation Robbie Williams shows his love for the Holy Land at Park Hayarkon
Cat on a hot tin roof
Divide and sing
Beersheba returns to second place with tight win in Petah Tikva
Basketball: Haifa piles misery on struggling yellow-and-blue
Ashdod hoping to secure BSL survival at Gilboa’s expense
Petah Tikva all but demoted after dramatic loss
Attempted stabbing attack at Jerusalem light rail station, no injuries
Three soldiers injured after vehicle overturns in Golan Heights
Protests to renew in Jerusalem after Tel Aviv anti-racism rally turns violent
Israeli woman killed, 3 others hurt in Mexico traffic accident
Home Front Command releases updated rocket alert map
Carter slams Netanyahu, praises Abbas
Tensions high along Israel-Syria border but nobody wants war
Palestinian youth tries to stab IDF soldier at West Bank checkpoint
Palestine wants Israel out of FIFA, eyes a three-quarters majority to pass proposal
Holocaust survivor advocate Menachem Rosensaft honored by Hebrew Union College
Shots fired at Texas exhibit with depictions of prophet Muhammad; 2 gunmen killed
Why are Germans so quick to remove Israeli flags?
Romania looks to Israel in dealing with its diaspora
Instructor calls for freedom to ‘express anti-Semitism’ on campus
Egyptian authorities open investigation into pornstar's provocative pictures
Salafist group in Gaza accuses Hamas of abuse, torture
Sisi, Saudi king discuss Yemen amid conflicting reports over ground troops presence
Assad hanging on, suspicion surrounds report he told Alawites to flee capital
Report: Muslim Brotherhood plotted to kill Morsi in order to spark revolution
Teva still targets Mylan despite rejection
World Health Organization: 1 in 3 Europeans potentially exposed to asbestos at work
Enjoy Lag Ba'omer but avoid preventable injuries
The Travel Advisor: The walking dead
Environment Ministry fines Haifa Port NIS 3.7 million for violating clean air law
Middle school, high school students take home prizes for innovations in food loss prevention
Israel Chemicals to fire 9 more workers over ongoing strikes
Shufersal aims to shake up dairy market with cheaper self-branded milk products
May 4: Ethiopian protests
Has the ‘Left’ abandoned anti-racism in Israel?
Think about it: What sort of government would Netanyahu form if he had a free hand?
RIGHT FROM WRONG: Communist bedfellows
Anniversary of a genocide
Intelligence report: Uneasy quiet on all fronts
The challenge: Getting the US back in Israel's corner
Hillary’s Middle East
Book Review: 'To the Gates of Jerusalem'
Book Review: 'The Liberation of the Camps: The End of the Holocaust and Its Aftermath'
Hot off the Arab press
Grapevine: Focus on education
Loving Jerusalem to death
On the agenda at the Israel Festival
This week in Jerusalem
Grapevine: ESRA branches out to Yokne’am
Happily Eva After: We shall overcome…the fear
To the land that I will show you
Henna in Hadera
Britain’s General Election and Israel-Palestine
Pakistan in the Middle East
Sharon’s ghost returns to haunt Obama
Israeli Arabs press their MKs to focus more on domestic issues
יִשְׂרָאֵל הַיָפָה בְּיָרוֹק
אֶת כָּל פִּלְאֵי הַקַיִץ
מֶחְקָר עַל אֲכִילָה וּתְזוּנָה בָּעוֹלָם
תַחֲרוּת לְפִיתוּחַ אַפְּלִיקַצְיוֹת בּיְרוּשָלַיִם
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Following the green line
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Holocaust Remembrance Day: What’s in a name?
Nepalese Church group provides relief after disaster
Pope Francis calls gender wage gap 'pure scandal!'
Israelis who hate Israel—and the Christians who fund them
Pope Francis prays for victims of Nepal earthquake
Persecution of Christians in China at record high
New Occupational Therapy Room and Garden for the Galilee Medical Center
Landscaping Absorption Centers with Ethiopian Immigrants
Holocaust Day Ceremony Honoring the Heroism of Jewish Rescuers
Pedaling Along the Tel Aviv Shore
Chinese Ambassador Visits the Israel-China Friendship Fores
Expo 2015: Italian Journalists Tour the Arava
President of Lombardy Tours Israel Prior to Milan Expo
French Students Get to Know the Real Israel
New Bio-filters Purify Surface Runoff Water for Reuse
Future Tour Guides Discover the Negev with KKL-JNF
The Shamir Drilling Project
Graduation Ceremony for Rosh HaAyin’s Volunteer Firefighters
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Walking for Water with KKL France in the Mountains of Eilat
JNF Ontario Community Mission Tours the Western Negev
Celebrating 50 Years of German-Israeli Diplomatic Relations
The Negev Conference on Agricultural Research and Development
Arava Open Day: Food Security for Israel and the Entire World
Living Green in Israel: the Contest and the Winners
Addressing Climate Change Conference
How One Oleh is Helping to Transform the Way People Drink Water
From Think Tank to Environmental Consultant
Award Winning Designer Launches Career as Wedding Dressmaker
Outdoor Fitness Israel: An Innovative Fitness Program Developed By UK Olim
5 Tips to Land a Job in Israel
Starting Your Own Business in Israel: Real Life Examples
5 Strategies for Finding Your Professional Place in Israel
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36 Hours in Southern Israel
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The Eisenberg’s Long Journey Home
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6 Frequently Asked Questions about Israeli Healthcare
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WATCH: Why Olim #LiveLoveIsrael
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VIDEO: Are you ready for the South?
Sovev Tel Aviv, Israel’s Largest Biking Event
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NBN Announces Bonei Zion Prize Recipients for 2015
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Pope Pius XII was known for ignoring the mass atrocities that were being committed by the Nazis.
Two-time Academy Award winner Hillary Swank to play renowned author whose litigious battle with the “pseudohistorian” lasted four years.
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Within an hour of one outlet's about-face on Cohen's involvement, another confirmed statements that he would write, direct and star.
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The Hollywood film producer said that it's time for Jews to protect themselves.
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Whether it be comedy or drama, at 83, the revered Oscar-winning director has left many seminal films, plays and television series in his wake.
Pour la première fois, Dany Boon présentait l’un de ses films en amont de sa sortie sur les écrans bleu-blanc : Supercondriaque
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Beit Avi Chai collaborates with the families of fallen soldiers to create animated films in their memory
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This year’s Ma’aleh film-school graduate screening promises to impress.
US President Barack Obama vowed on Friday to respond to a major cyber attack on Sony Pictures, which he blamed on North Korea, "in a place and time and manner that we choose."
Not releasing 'The Interview' sets a disturbing precedent where menacing forces can determine what America should or shouldn't see.
Hollywood slams Sony, movie theaters for canceling film following threats from hackers who waged a massive cyberattack on the movie studio.
Among offerings at Tel Aviv’s International Documentary Festival is ‘Look at Us Now, Mother’ – director Gayle Kirschenbaum’s personal take on the rocky relationships between mothers and daughters.
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The second annual Cinema Italian Film Festival begins this week with a lineup of films ranging from classics and comedies to documentaries.
The 17th Docaviv Film Festival offers documentary films from Israel and abroad.
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Israel Prison Service has not received Yigal Amir's petition but says they will only respond in court.
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Renowned US film producer Steven Tisch makes donation to help increase the scope of the department’s activities and will be used towards upgrading the school’s curriculum.
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Oscar for best live action short film goes to British movie "The Phone Call."
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'Aya' is a graceful, beautifully acted 39-minute movie that plays like a slightly shorter version of a feature film.
Israeli co-directors Mihal Brezis and Oded Binnun are living the Hollywood dream with their Oscar-nominated short film.
Dana Ivgy is one of Israel’s most celebrated actresses, having appeared in over 26 movies and TV shows.
Shagrir’s producing credits include the classic 1986 film by Rafi Bukai Avanti Popolo, about two Egyptian soldiers in the Sinai after the cease-fire in the Six Day War.
Bergman, one of Israel’s most acclaimed directors, considered the idea of a film about Yona for years.
A chilly and cerebral ‘Kindergarten Teacher.'
Slammed as a jingoistic piece of propaganda by the left and praised as a tribute to heroes who sacrifice their life for their country by the right, the movie has, naturally, divided Hollywood.
Ten years after his death, Tel Aviv pays tribute to Ephraim Kishon,
perhaps the most pioneering satirist and filmmaker in Israel’s history
"Gett, the Trial of Viviane Amsalem" failed to be one of nine foreign films to get Oscar nod.
"The Sturgeon Queens" - Detailing the 100-year history of iconic Lower East Side eatery Russ and Daughters – is coming this week to the Jerusalem Jewish Film Festival
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Mohammed Bakri's controversial Jenin, Jenin ignited a firestorm upon its release 12 years ago due to the depiction of a massacre allegedly carried out by IDF troops during Operation Defensive Shield.
Israeli divorce drama "Gett: The Trial of Viviane Amsalem" to contend for Hollywood entertainment award in category of best foreign film.
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Israel’s top filmmakers have produced an anthology of short films influenced by the movies they love.
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Israeli film wins major prize.
Silverman, who last visited Israel three years ago, will receive a prize for her work in entertainment and screen the HBO comedy special, "Sarah Silverman: We Are Miracles."
For up-and-coming Israeli actor Nadav Nates, moving between both theater and TV is a dream come true.
Rock in the Red Zone
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Of the 20 countries represented at the Religion Today film festival, the largest number of films came from Iran and Israel.
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A new documentary intimately investigates the dangers of this cult phenomenon.
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Mark Russ Federman visits the Jerusalem International Book Fair to discuss his memoir ‘Russ and Daughters’ – a tale of the family business.
Sami Farag was the first photographer in Israel to woo celebrities, touch up pictures for matchmakers and succeed in developing film overnight.
By YEHUDA SHARONI
The iconic ‘Fiddler on the Roof’ celebrates 50 years – and inspires another behind-the-scenes book.
Sold-out event brings leaders in multiple disciplines to the capital to present their ideas.
By GAVRIEL FISKE
Decades ago, movie stars were exhibited on giant posters, which added color and grandeur to the beautiful buildings and the bustling street.
Three decades on, movie maker Doron Eran believes that cinema can change the way people think.
The Epos International Art Film Festival aims to make up for the lack of airtime devoted to arts-based documentaries.
Director Asaf Korman worked side by side with his wife, actress Liron Ben-Shlush, on the award-winning ‘Next To Her’ – a film inspired by her relationship with her sister.
Doc Aviv travels South, giving local filmmakers an opportunity to showcase their work on their home turf.
The Mana Rishona production company will screen 15 short films at a gala at the Tel Aviv Cinematheque to get the public used to the genre.
The Italian film’s sleek exteriors and accomplished acting make its social commentary even better.
Films about politics, social issues star alongside stories of musicians and ‘hilltop youth.’
The movie, developed by the Jewish comedian for Netflix was deemed offensive to women and elders for its depiction of the Apache culture.
Depressed souls populate ‘The Pracht Inn’
The Spielberg Disney film is expected to be released in the Summer of 2016.
An Ethiopian patriarch experiences conflict with his family in ‘Red Leaves.’
‘Wild Tales’ goes too far.
Hollywood actor Richard Gere is currently in Israel to shoot the new Joseph Cedar movie ‘Oppenheimer Strategies.’
Best things to do in the week to come.
Good acting brings grace to ‘Samba.’
The Israeli film ‘Princess’ is downright distasteful.
The best things to do in the week to come.
French pop star Claude Francois did it his way.
The 12th annual French Film Festival gets under way.
The Jerusalem Cinematheque gives viewers something to think about at Cinema and Brain Week.
An Oscar enthusiast waxes nostalgic about past Academy Award ceremonies.
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Leave ‘Ben-Zaken’ at the bus stop.
1001 Grams tells a weighty story.
A look at the odds-on favorites before Sunday night’s telecast.
Independent style and spirit prevail this month at the Jerusalem Cinematheque.
‘Leviathan’ evokes Russian literature in a grim tale of corruption
'Selma's' snub on Thursday has sparked the familiar - but still disheartening - outcry that Hollywood has a diversity problem.
From concerts to art exhibitions to new films, here's what to look out for this week.
Winners and losers at the Golden Globes.
‘Bulgarian Rhapsody’ is charming but tinged with dread.
Music from Estonia will be presented in operatic and chamber ensemble form in Tel Aviv
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‘Next to Her’ is a tragedy that evokes conflicting emotions.
Another Look 3 treats viewers to 12 European classics
What to look out for this week.
Our film critic selects her favorites that played in Israel.
The Polish film ‘Ida’ is a genuine gem.
For the first time, Yeroham is hosting its own documentary film festival.
‘Yona,’ the story of a troubled poet, soars.
‘Mr. Turner’ is a dull glimpse into the life of a fascinating painter.
The Jerusalem Jewish Film Festival opens this week.
Move afoot on Twitter to shun film after claims that the cast's ethnic makeup is historically inaccurate.
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New film portraying the tale of Moses set to hit theaters this month.
"Serial (Bad) Weddings" gives you lots to look at but little to think about.
Film starring Israeli actress set to premiere in 2017.
From concerts to museum exhibitions to new films, here's what to look out for this week.
Irish Film Week comes to Israel.