The Tel Aviv Cinematheque is putting these movies front and center with its festival, Out Looking In: Israel in the Eyes of Foreign Directors, which runs from January 6-31.
Interfaith films at the Jerusalem Jewish Film Festival travel varied paths
Schorr is usually too busy to reminisce, but he takes understandable pride in telling the school’s origin story.
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The Dreyfus Affair is one of the most famous examples of antisemitism and miscarriages of justice in modern history and many questioned the propriety of Polanski comparing his own case to it.
The Hollywood Reporter named the Jerusalem Sam Spiegel Film School as one of the top 15 international film schools in the world.
The GFWW Award for Best First Feature went to Born in Jerusalem and Still Alive by Yossi Atia and David Ofek
The nominees for Best Picture are Working Woman, The Unorthodox, Incitement, Love Trilogy: Chained, Tel Aviv on Fire
Programming director of famed US film fest journeys to Israel to chair jury of Sam Spiegel Lab competition
The Korean film combines a social commentary with a thriller.