70 years of blue and white on screen

In honor of this momentous Independence Day, we train an eye on how far the Israeli film and TV industry has come.

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April 15, 2018 21:10
‘IN BETWEEN’: Sana Jammelieh (as Salma), Shaden Kanboura (as Noor) and Mouna Hawa (as Leila)

‘IN BETWEEN’: Sana Jammelieh (as Salma), Shaden Kanboura (as Noor) and Mouna Hawa (as Leila). (photo credit: Courtesy)

 
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