02.24.2017 | 28 Shevat, 5777
Hamas denies allegation that UNRWA employee was elected to Hamas leadership
Bennett orders closure of Hamas-run east Jerusalem school
Who are the creators of mysterious Ramallah signs in favor of one-state solution?
Pro-Palestinian protesters depict Netanyahu as Hitler in Sydney rally
Former PM slams A-G Mandelblit for 'not doing enough' in Netanyahu probe
Israelis seek their next adventure – in North Korea
Netanyahu: Hebron shooter should be pardoned
Yellow-and-blue has chance for 1st
Yair Lapid's plan to defeat Netanyahu and become leader of Israel
Decision-making at times of war and peace
Movie Review: ‘Personal Affairs’
Indian restaurant Mau Pau in Tel Aviv packs a punch
Gershwin’s plenty of something
The Jerusalem Baroque Orchestra invites audiences to ‘Bach’s Journey’
CSKA sends Maccabi Tel Aviv to another Euroleague defeat
Beersheba knocked out of Europa League
Beersheba up against the wall in Turkey
Technion researchers’ ‘breakthrough’ discovery could lead to new antibiotic types
‘$3.75 billion investment in Israel's Leviathan gas reservoir a blow to BDS’
Ashdod woman dies after medic is mistakenly told it wasn’t an emergency
Brain catheterization treats rare tinnitus
Medical emergency in Israel: 101 or 1221?
Environmental Protection Ministry orders closure of ammonia facility
Israeli firm to build second sewage treatment plant in Ethiopia
Building frustration in the wild, wild east
Rihanna the rhino gives birth to first calf at Israeli zoo
Deepening ties Down Under
Column One: Toward a true US-Israel partnership
Letters to the editor: Readers react to sentencing of Elor Azaria
Rushing to conclusions
Middle Israel:Under new management
Palestinian authorities block lawmaker critical of Abbas from travel abroad
Iran warns Arab states: Don't be enticed by Israeli attempts to win Arab allies
Iran sends delegation to Saudi for talks on rejoining haj
'Iran ready to give US slap in the face'
Steinitz: Trump’s test is to expel Iran from Syria
ISIS releases 'proof' it fired rockets on Israel
What do the warning shots from Sinai mean?
Why does a weakened ISIS see Trump presidency as a lifeline?
Refugee who took selfie with Merkel sues Facebook
White Supremacist leader Spencer booted from conservative conference
Report: Attackers saw off Jewish man’s finger, beat his brother near Paris
French aliya climbs amid rise in antisemitism
NY Governor unveils new plan to fight antisemitism and hate crimes
Astronomers find seven Earth-size planets where life may be possible
‘Startups as far as the eye can see, all the way to the sea’
Mobileye outfits 4,500 NYC Uber & Lyft cars with anticollision tech
Tech Talk: Cyber criminals breach enterprises in 40 countries
Trump likes two-state solution, but says he will leave it up to Israelis, Palestinians
Trump wants to expand US nuclear arsenal, make it 'top of the pack'
Pence: Trump vowed to fight bigotry in all forms as he addressed antisemitism
Trump, the Jews and the political weaponization of antisemitism
Analysis: Clinton falls amid assault on establishment
Clinton concedes: 'We have still not shattered that highest and hardest glass ceiling'
Hillary Clinton and the glass ceiling: Cracked but intact
NY hassidic village loyal to Clinton despite Trump popularity among ultra-Orthodox
Trump reportedly picks friend of Jared Kushner to serve in administration
Trump calls UN 'sad,' days after Israeli settlements vote
Saddam Hussein's daughter touts Trump's 'political sensibility'
Dermer calls on Trump to move embassy to Jerusalem
We asked, you answered: a weekly roundup from the JPost Twitter
Mastering the art of reinventing yourself
Parashat Mishpatim: Justice and compassion – can they go together?
Podcast: Three Ladies, Three Lattes
Podcast: Does Trump love Jews or embolden antisemitic voices?
Why Starbucks failed in Israel (and only in Israel)
Taxicab Diplomacy: Trump vs. Clinton
'Dancing with the Stars' celeb gives baby Hebrew name
Trump appears to invent Sweden terror incident
Disney drops top YouTube star over antisemitic videos
Dominican paper apologizes for Baldwin-Trump photo flub in Israel article
Warning: Weddings can be hazardous to your health
Race for respect
Port of Tel Aviv: More than a pretty picture
A taste of its own medicine?
Art that isn’t what
Books: The mystery of things
that remain unresolved
Moshe Gershuni: Up in the sublime, down in the gutter
From Tehrangeles with love
‘We need to stop the silence’
Who decides when Iran has gone nuclear enough to attack?
Love thy French brother
Where Jerusalem creates
The art of leaving Jerusalem
Rapping in English
City Notes: Bloomberg fund grants $1 million to Beersheba
Exhibition: Hello Dolly
Always in the mood for a melody
מֵחוֹדֶש יָנוּאָר צָרִיך לְשַלֵם עַל שַׂקִיוֹת נַייְלוֹן
שִידוּרִים חַיִים מֵהַכְּנֶסֶת
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Pope suggests "better to be atheist than hypocritical Catholic"
John Quincy Adams: Supporting the Jewish homeland with the Bible in hand
Baptist leaders tour Israel
Dedicating a Grove to Avi Sasportas, a Victim of Hamas Terror
“My Angel in the Sky”
CFI Parliamentary Chairman Plants a Tree in Israel and Visits Gaza Border
O.L.E.I Helps Restore Burnt Neveh Shalom Forest on Tu Bishvat
Turning dancing into Mourning on Rosh Hodesh Adar
Bibi And The Iranian Bomb
Why Trump didn't get it so wrong about Swedenistan
Jerusalem’s Maaleh School of TV, Film and the Arts teaches the bereaved how to overcome tragedy by making movies and empowering themselves.
By JUDY SIEGEL-ITZKOVICH
The renowned filmmaker mentioned his mother in his acceptance speech for winning the Academy Award for Schindler’s List, calling her his “lucky charm.”
By SHAWN RODGERS
Michael Douglas continues to promote Jewish inclusion, tolerance and pluralism.
By STEVE LINDE
Best known for his role in 'Willy Wonka & the Chocolate Factory,' Wilder died at his home in Stamford, Connecticut, from complications of Alzheimer's disease.
Daniel Radcliffe's new role in the film "Imperium" has him exploring his family's Jewish roots.
Un documentaire étonnant jette un regard singulier sur la vie dans un établissement psychiatrique
By BERNARD DICHEK
Energie, originalité et vitalité auront marqué la 32e édition du Festival international
du film de Haïfa
By HÉLÈNE SCHOUMANN
“It’s a human experience that the viewers can identify with."
By BARRY DAVIS
The park and its activities will be geared toward children and the entire family. It will be open each day from 4 p.m. to 8 p.m..
By HANNAH BROWN
In spite of negative responses to the film, Holland is confident that things can change.
Menashe tells the story of its eponymous hero, a Hassidic widower in the ultra-Orthodox neighborhood of Borough Park, Brooklyn.
Politics is always a key theme here, and this year, with the election of President Donald Trump in the US and the Brexit vote in the UK, it’s on the filmmakers’ and actors’ minds more than ever.
The festival opened with Etienne Comar’s film 'Django,' which combines great jazz music with a gripping, little-known chapter in World War II.
By HANNAH BROWN / FROM THE BERLIN FILM FESTIVAL
Berlinale director Dieter Kosslick speaks to the ‘Post’ about this year’s lineup and its underlying theme of tolerance.
A Palestinian woman lives life as a Jew in Tova Ascher’s new film
Pepe Alalu’s quixotic run for mayor of Jerusalem is documented by his son in the film ‘Pepe’s "Last Battle"
‘Up for Love’ will let you down.
‘Denial’ looks at the story behind a lawsuit.
Our film critic selects her favorites that played in Israel
The ‘Post’ looks at some of the more highly anticipated movies being released in early 2017.
Up-and-coming Israeli actresses Joy Rieger and Nelly Tagar talk about working with veteran director Avi Nesher as well as their on-set ‘sisterly magic.'
The Romanian film ‘Graduation’ gets top marks
Israeli screenwriter Shlomit Nehama talks about her feel-good dramatic comedy set in a traditional Orthodox community in Jerusalem.
The film is awash with genuine emotion.
Director Renen Schorr speaks about how his classic 1986 debut feature film has withstood the test of time.
The festival features the finest in contemporary international and Israeli cinema, films for children and teens, short movies, and movies that were shot during the past year in the Arava.
McGregor does his best in the lead role, but never for a moment does he suggest the kind of vitality that captivated the young Zuckerman.
“Talented but isolated, New Orleans care worker Samantha spends her spare time uploading acapella videos of her original songs to YouTube, to a smattering of viewers."
By VIVA SARAH PRESS/ISRAEL21C
A look at some of the year’s under-the-radar Jewish films.
The French film is a charming ‘Sense of Wonder’.
“In television today, people are taking their time telling stories, so we don’t have to explain all the rituals. We will just show it.”
Having grown up playing golf with his famous father, Sean Connery, the British actor/director talks to the ‘Post’ about the drive behind his latest biopic.
The Aki-Nu (Autumn) Festival, is running until the end of the month at the cinematheques in Holon, Tel Aviv, Haifa, Herzliya and Jerusalem.
In ‘Comedy Road,’ Avi Liberman takes a hilarious look at how America’s top stand-up comedians came to discover Israel.
By GIL HOFFMAN
The acclaimed German actor relates to the ‘Post’ how he tackled the role of a Nazi euthanasia doctor
Filmed in Israel, Poland and Germany, the movie features haunting original music, and touches on a tumultuous period in Israeli history.
Things get ‘Creepy’ in Japanese director Kiyoshi Kurosawa’s latest thriller, being shown at the first Japanese Film Festival in Israel.
This year’s Haifa film festival features a host of great films and grand guests.
Local filmmaker Dorit Hakim’s directorial debut mirrors her own emotional journey.
The dialogue sounds like real people talking, and the title of the film comes from an ironic crack by Georgio at the beginning of the relationship, that he is not just a jerk but the king of jerks.
From gala screenings of classic movies to short films and documentaries, the 32nd annual Haifa Film Festival has something to offer every fan of cinema.
The film show the illusion of the American Dream.
International audiences have already given this year’s Ophir Award nominees their vote. The winner, yet-to- be-announced, may just have a chance at an Oscar
Israeli films went big at the Venice, Toronto and Telluride international film festivals.
Hollywood’s top indie producer Anthony Bregman talks about the joys of making the best Roth film adaptation ever.
The film adaptation of ‘Indignation’ captures the spirit, mood and intensity of the novel.
From Woody Allen to killer robots, here’s everything you need to know about some highly anticipated new TV series.
New movies by Joseph Cedar, Avi Nesher to have their world premieres
Two films that won major awards abroad, Asaph Polonsky’s ‘One Week and a Day’
and Elite Zexer’s ‘Sand Storm,’ among the nominees for Best Picture.
Happy B-day Bob, sporting dopes, spies and teen trouble.
The Israeli pair was among 100 participants selected for the festival, held in Brooklyn, New.
The film stars Israeli actor Sharon Friedman who portrays General Motta Gur.
By JERUSALEM POST STAFF
The Jerusalem and Tel Aviv cinematheques are holding a Brando retrospective.
Shimon Dotan’s ‘The Settlers’ examines the origins of the settlement movement and the religious and ideological visions that inspire it.
In the Paz brothers’ new film ‘JeruZalem,’ zombies visit some old haunts in the Old City
The late great Indian director’s films are the subject of a retrospective at the Jerusalem, Tel Aviv and Haifa cinematheques.
Amy Schumer after ‘Trainwreck’ and the chill on ‘Everest’.
Some nice ‘Memories,’ but nothing too memorable.
Elad Nehorai’s new web series showcases eclectic residents of controversial settlement Bat Ayin.
By AMY SPIRO
Dimona dances, Emmy snubs, Wallace lives, ward opens.
‘Love & Friendship’: Laughs & fun.
What to do this week and beyond.
Kristen Stewart, Jesse Eisenberg enliven Woody Allen’s new film -‘Cafe Society’.
By MICHAEL PHILLIPS
Asaph Polonsky’s drama nabs Best Israeli Feature Film • Best Documentary for ‘Dimona Twist’ by Michal Aviad
Disturbing the Peace will be shown next Thursday evening on the wall of the Jerusalem security barrier for residents of the West Bank.
By SOPHIE ASHKINAZE-COLLENDER
Body snatchers, time travel and Meryl Streep.
‘Julieta’ is Almodovar lite.
“It was really hard to choreograph at the same time as I was working with Yasmeen. She is the most demanding choreographer I have ever worked with and I say that in a very positive way.
By ORI J. LENKINSKI
A guest of the Jerusalem Film Festival, Laurie Anderson reflects
on life and loss in her latest film, ‘Heart of a Dog.’
The late founder of the Jerusalem Film Festival, Lia van Leer, conceived of this as an event that would enrich and draw attention to Israeli films, and it has certainly done that.
American filmmaker screening of a 35 mm print of 'Pulp Fiction' from his private collection was the hottest ticked at the 33rd Jerusalem Film Festival.
TV on the big screen, legendary ladies, ‘Mr. Robot’ returns.
The living dead try to take over the Old City in ‘Jeruzalem.’
‘Finding Dory’ channels the charms of ‘Nemo’.
By KENNETH TURAN
The Jerusalem Film Festival opens on July 7.
Tarantino, who last visited Israel to promote his 2009 film, Inglourious Basterds, is one of a great number of exciting guests who will take part in this year’s festival.
Two teenage girls find love in ‘Barash.'
‘The Settlers’ looks at the past, present and future.
Penelope Cruz shines in the soapy ‘Ma Ma.'
Film festivals celebrate students and the South.
More than 200 films will be screened at the festival this year, the best from Israel and around the world.
The Docaviv film festival ran from May 19-28.
The LGBT film festival comes to town.
By JPOST.COM STAFF
New film: Princess Shaw
By JPOST IVRIT STAFF
New film: Three Brothers and a Cave
Ido Haar’s ‘Presenting Princess Shaw’ is not a sentimental story about the transition from anonymity to stardom, but a film about a tenacious woman who fights to make her voice heard.
By MICHAL LEVERTOV
Filmmaker Ferne Pearlstein takes a look at Holocaust humor on the silver screen.
Chloe Valdary grew up in a philo-Semitic environment and doesn’t fit into preconceived notions of 'what a black person should be.'
By DAVID STROMBERG
Whit Stillman brings ‘Love & Friendship’ to Israel.
Igal Hecht talks to the ‘Magazine’ about making his award-winning film ‘My Home,’ which explores opinions of minority groups living in Israel.
By ATARA BECK
By WENDY BLUMFIELD
The cinema is coming to town!
After the news of the 84-year-old's death, numerous people took to social media and wrote that "she died of a broken heart."
News briefs from around Jerusalem.
By GREER FAY CASHMAN
While neither are Jewish, Pitt and Jolie have made their way into numerous Jewish stories over the past 12 years.
"Anthropoid" is based on the operation to kill SS Obergruppenfuehrer Reinhard Heydrich in Prague in 1942
Mashable first broke the news that Dafoe would be joining the cast of the Death Note adaptation, joining Nat Wolff, Margaret Qualley, Keth Stanfield, Paul Nakauchi and Shea Whigham.
Lust should lead to love, passion to intimacy, physical attraction to emotional oneness.
By SHMULEY BOTEACH
The film’s theme hit home, and tears came to my eyes as I saw scenes of both love and pain my homeland had brought on so many of us Jews.
By YVETTE NAHMIA-MESSINAS