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John Benjamin Hickey (right) and Niv Nissim are set to star in the Tel Aviv-based film Sublet from I

‘Asia,’ ‘Here We Are’ among films to compete at Jerusalem Film Festival

There will be prizes totaling NIS 500,000 that will be given to award winners.

Asia wins the Ophir Award and will represent Israel at the Oscars

Shira Haas wins Best Supporting Actress Ophir Award

A scene from the film ‘A Call to Spy.’

Jerusalem Jewish Film Festival to light up screens with great movies

As always, it will feature the best of recent movies of Jewish interest — including feature films, documentaries, short films and animated films, from Israel and around the world.

Young Israeli film makers seen producing a short film in the market in Jerusalem's Old City on June

Historic film collaboration announced between Israel and UAE

Training programs will be developed for filmmakers from both countries.

FROM LEFT: Dr. Noa Regev, CEO of the Jerusalem Cinematheque and Israel Film Archive; Hila Abraham, I

Israel Film Archive website gives access to historical treasures

The Artistic View includes feature films, shorts and documentaries from throughout Israel’s history.

A SCENE from ‘Minyan.’

Berlin film festival kicks off with drama on J.D. Salinger

Last year, an Israeli film, Nadav Lapid’s Synonyms, won the festival’s top honor, the Golden Bear.

‘The Specials’ tells an extraordinary story

The film is based on the true story of an Orthodox Jew who is called Bruno in the film, who runs a facility for those with autism in Paris, with support from the ultra-Orthodox community.

Renen Schorr on the past and the future of the Sam Spiegel Film School

Schorr is usually too busy to reminisce, but he takes understandable pride in telling the school’s origin story.

29 Israeli films to be shown for NIS 10 on Israeli Film Day

For screening times and information, check with individual theaters.

Film director Roman Polanski, Madeleine Church for 'popular tribute' to late French singer and actor

Polanski’s Dreyfus movie wins Grand Jury Prize at Venice

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.

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