Culture in Israel

Israeli Black Panthers founder, former MK Charlie Biton dead at 76

Biton served as an MK for the Communist party Hadash for 15 years, and then endorsed the Shas Party after retiring from political office.


Meet TIME's women of the year: The Israeli, Palestinian planning for peace

Two women, one Israeli and one Palestinian, have spearheaded movements seeking a peaceful resolution to the Israeli-Palestinian conflict, receiving recognition from TIME magazine.

Experienced Eurovision judge rejected from pre-Eurovision contest due to Israeli citizenship

Alon Amir was slated to be a judge before the Estonian pre-Eurovision contest, a position he has held multiple times, but was rescinded the offer due to being Israeli

 The Berlinale Bear is pictured at the 74th Berlinale International Film Festival in Berlin, Germany

Israeli film 'Shikun' receives warm reception at the annual Berlin Film Festival

Despite the ongoing Israel-Hamas war and the global rise of antisemitism, Israeli director Amos Gitai received a warm reception at the Berlin Film Festival for his newest film "Shikun"

‘Monty Python’s Passion’ to play at the Israeli Opera

Few evenings at the opera start with the orchestra tuning its instruments to the sound of a goose being strangled. 'Monty Python’s Passion' is playing in April.

A theatre review of plays ‘Terror’ and ‘The Crucible’

‘Terror’ will be performed at the Beit Zvi Theater Ramat Gan, while ‘The Crucible’ will be performed at the Impro Theater, Ramat Gan, during the month of February.

'Life Hacks for Lovers' takes Israeli dance duo to New York City

Life Hacks for Lovers will screen on Sunday evening along with five other international dance films in a program called “Human Connections.” 

Jerusalem Film Festival welcomes new artistic director

The Jerusalem Cinematheque’s board of directors and Mahadav-Levin welcomed Sigoli and thanked Samorzik for his years of service

Tel Aviv Cultural Center to host Winter Sounds music festival in March

The Winter Sounds music festival in March will showcase Israeli artists from across ethnicities for four days.


Cameri Theatre offers iconic US play ‘Angels in America’

The iconic US play will be performed in Hebrew at Cameri Theater.

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