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Israeli actor Niv Nissim, left, and American John Benjamin Hickey star in the new film "Sublet," a d

‘Sublet’ explores the US-Israel identity divide from a queer lens

“I had just turned 50 and I was thinking, how did I come to be the man that I am: Jewish, Israeli, gay, filmmaker, husband to my husband, childless?"

JUDITH CHEMLA in ‘The End of Love.’

'End of Love': A screen-centric romance that is fun to watch - review

The movie, which was made pre-pandemic, nevertheless is concerned with the issues about the limits of technology when it comes to keeping love alive.

THE JERUSALEM Film Festival returns.

Jerusalem Film Festival returns in August for 38th run

The festival traditionally takes place in the summer but last year, because of the pandemic, it was postponed and eventually held online.

A SCENE from ‘Death in Venice.’

Cinema Italia returns, bringing some of the best Italian films to Israel

It is one of the major events in its 2021 cultural program and is produced in collaboration with the Embassy of Italy in Israel.

NIV NISSIM and Lihi Kornowski in ‘Sublet.’

Eytan Fox’s ‘Sublet’ hits theaters and tells a story not told before

“It’s a movie about the older man that I am and the younger man that I’m trying to preserve.”

'Wonder Woman 1984': A delayed disappointment - film review

The film's point is that we should all be grateful for what we have, no matter what that is, which could have been delivered in at least 40 fewer minutes.

The making of ‘Shepherd: The Story of a Jewish Dog’

“As soon as I heard that the novel was from the perspective of a dog during the Shoah, I knew: Whatever it takes, I’m going to do this.”

HBO’s ‘Oslo’ captures back-channel Israeli-Palestinian negotiations

The movie is being broadcast in Israel on Yes, Cellcom TV, HOT VOD and Next TV starting on May 30 and on HOT HBO on May 31 at 10 p.m.

Israel's French Film Festival celebrates 18th anniversary

It’s the 18th anniversary of this festival, and during this lucky year audiences at the cinematheques can see over 20 of the best contemporary French movies at in-person screenings.

Gal Gadot reveals TV director Joss Whedon threatened her career

"He said that if I did something, he would make sure my career was miserable and I just took care of it immediately."

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