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Oscar nominations 2018: 5 Jewish takeaways

Israel is not represented at the Oscars this year.

Samuel Maoz

‘Foxtrot’ director: Oscar snub was painful

Israeli Culture Minister Miri Regev celebrated the film missing out on a nomination.


Oscars snub ‘Foxtrot’

Israeli films have been nominated for Best Foreign Language Film 10 times without a win.

A SCENE from Matan Yair’s ‘Scaffolding.’

The reel deal in 2017

The ‘Post’s’ film critic chooses her top 10 films of the year from both Israel and abroad.

‘THE WOMEN’S BALCONY’ was the biggest Israeli hit of the year. A comedy-drama by Emil Ben-Shimon, it

Israeli movies in 2017: Controversy and diversity

A successful film industry doesn’t produce only films that win prizes abroad but also movies that local audiences enjoy.

'Foxtrot' makes Oscars foreign film shortlist

Nine countries — including Lebanon — were selected from 92 entries.


Rage, glory and Avi Nesher

The celebrated Israeli director discusses the digitally restored release of his controversial 1984 film "Rage and Glory."

Wonder Woman Gal Gadot poses at the premiere of "Justice League"

Foxtrot, Gal Gadot honored by National Board of Review

Foxtrot is Israel's submission for the foreign language Oscar award for 2017.


The dangerous dance of 'Foxtrot' critics

“Any up-and-coming director knows that if they make films that defame Israel there will be those in the world who will warmly accept them," says Israel's culture minister.

Gili (Udi Razzin) and Ya’ara (Noa Koler) scout the location where they plan to build their dream hom

Scenes from an Israeli marriage: ‘Foxtrot’ wins best film, Ophir Awards

In developing the character of Ya’ara, Koler says that she often tried to think about her own fears when confronting situations that were “outside her comfort zone.”

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