Animation festival AniNation returns to Jerusalem

Held at the Jerusalem Cinematheque, the seventh AniNation festival showcases the best of local, and global, animated cinema.


Award-winning 'Wolf of Baghdad' comes in Israel at Animax

Cartoonist Carol Isaacs, who often draws under the name Surreal McCoy, is set to bring the cinematic adaptation of her award-winning Wolf of Baghdad comic to Israel for the first time.


Minions Madness: Israeli teenagers rave, throw popcorn in cinemas

The theater screenings of "Minions 2: The Rise of Gru" throughout Israel saw instances of teenagers off their seats, singing and throwing popcorn at the screens. The reasoning is unclear.


'Where is Anne Frank': Using animation to tell the story to the young - review

It uses a device that might have come from a Disney film but it tells a decidedly un-Disney story, albeit in a way that is suitable for children.

Israeli opera adapts Mozart's 'The Magic Flute'

The new adaptation of Mozart's The Magic Flute was met with great success in China, the US, Poland, Japan and Australia.

AniNation festival brings animation to life in Jerusalem

The AniNation Festival features innovative animated films from Israel and around the world.

Faces come to life in Sderot with animation master

The soft-spoken American-born, Canada-based animator won an Oscar for his 2004 short film, Ryan, a movie that has won over 60 other international awards, including three at the Cannes Film Festival.

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