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Islamists often consider movies to be ungodly but this film had the approval of Hamas.
The classic 1988 romantic comedy that arrived in theaters 30 years ago this week, remains a cinematic treat worth revisiting.
“93Queen,” Orthodox filmmaker Paula Eiselt’s big-screen debut, documents one woman’s attempt to create an all-female version of Hatzalah with only strictly observant Orthodox members.
By Martyna Majok, Translated by Avi Golomb, Directed by Eldar Groisman-Gohar & Ido Ricklin, Beersheva Theater, January 3.
By HELEN KAYE
Documentary on Dr. Ruth also set to premiere at festival next year.
By AMY SPIRO
Matt Dillon, Bruno Ganz and Uma Thurman star in Lars von Trier’s latest film, The House that Jack Built, which tracks a serial killer over the course of 10 years.
By HANNAH BROWN
Aki-No Festival brings the best of Japanese cinema to Israel.
Quirky ensemble resembles the character actors Frank Capra assembled for his classic comedies
Wide-ranging film includes the compulsion of writers to create at all costs
Akshay Kumar, Madhuri Dixit, and Shilpa Shetty are among those appearing in Rishon Lezion next month.
The first two presenters, ultra-Orthodox director Rama Burshtein and Arab director Maysaloun Hamoud, embodied the diversity of the Israeli film industry.
The Ophir voters can be unpredictable, but you can expect that Regev will find something to meet with her displeasure before they are done handing out the statuettes.
The films will be shown at the Haifa Cinematheque and many other theaters around the city, and there will be a virtual reality exhibit and many outdoor events.
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