Israeli filmmakers fear cultural boycott

“You can’t argue with the result: Israeli movies hardly ever even make the Oscar short list, let alone get nominated."

Movie by Israeli director Tom Nesher to be shown at Tribeca Festival

The movie stars newcomers Lia Elalouf and Daria Rosen in the lead roles, and the rest of the cast includes Ido Tako, Yaakov Zada-Daniel, and Neta Garty.

Looking back on 2004, a breakthrough for Israeli cinema

It takes a few years to make a movie, and the films made with the funding provided by the Cinema Law flooded movie theaters with great films for the first time in 2004.

A guide to Holocaust Remembrance Day programs at the movies and on TV

Most of the programs at the Jerusalem Cinematheque are free of charge.

'Perfect Days': Less a movie, more like moving in with a stranger

The movie tells the story of a public toilet cleaner in Tokyo, one of the cleanest cities in the world.

'Screams Before Silence': New doc highlights Hamas's Oct. 7 sexual violence

The documentary "Screams Before Silence" exposes the sexual violence perpetrated by Hamas terrorists during the October 7 attack in Israel, amplifying victims' voices.

'The Blue Caftan': An unusual love triangle in Morocco

Silk is at the center of a moving drama about a couple in a small Moroccan city who make silk caftans in their workshop, which turns into an unusual love triangle.

Film starring Gaza hostage to be screened in Tel Aviv

David was abducted by Hamas along with his wife, Sharon Aloni-Cunio, and their twin daughters, Emma and Yuli, from their home on Kibbutz Nir Oz on October 7.

'The Blue Caftan': Maryam Touzani, Nabil Ayouch talk the story behind the film

The Blue Caftan is a beautifully photographed film that tells the story of a complex triangle.

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