Why have Israel's most successful filmmakers, all of whom have made serious (anti-)war films, not made fictional accounts of the Yom Kippur War?
The Albanian code of honor stipulates that it is better to die than to turn one’s back on a person in need.
Following its successful debut at the Berlinale, "Concerned Citizen" was also sold for distribution in film theaters across the US, Canada, Germany, Canada, England, Ireland and more.
The film, provides a rare, singular glimpse into the tumultuous life of the late Ronit Elkabetz, one of the greatest actresses in the history of Israeli cinema.
Zohar stars in it as Beni Furman, a womanizing basketball coach, and Arik Einstein as his friend, a basketball player.
His film for Cannes Film Festival expresses outrage as well as intimacy for Israel.
The annual festival introduces some 200 viewers from across the globe to the new theatrical works in Israel.
“Esau,” a drama based on the novel by the same name by Israeli author Meir Shalev, stars Shira Haas, Harvey Keitel and Lior Ashkenazi.
The documentary focuses on what motivates American Christians to support Israel and what form their support takes.
Additionally the Israeli Academy of Film and Television announced that it will be accepting submissions for the Ophir Awards until June 11 in all categories.