While this very particular story is about the daughter of an artist, it will resonate with anyone who has had a fraught relationship with their parents.
Atia has real feeling for Jerusalem and portrays the changing city vividly, but the film as a whole is something of a missed opportunity.
Savoy raises interesting questions about ethnicity, class and stereotypes, and will make you think about what has and hasn’t changed in the past few decades.
A Hero looks at what happens when one mistake leads you into a sinkhole that keeps getting deeper.
Inspired by the real-life battle for control of Kibbutz Nitzanim, during which Egyptian forces overpowered the Israeli military, briefly captured the territory and took over 100 prisoners of war.
The Haggiag Competition for Israeli Feature Films, which has included some of Israel’s most beloved classics over the years, will have eight movies this year.
This is an accomplished debut, carefully put together, with fine work by all the actors and good visual storytelling that builds slowly and ultimately tells a moving and universal story.
The court awarded $7,650,000 in damages from each of the pirated sites for infringing the creators’ rights.
Israeli film buffs can take part in this trivia quiz run by movie director Alon Gur Arye, who made Mossad, the spy-movie spoof.