Jerusalem Film Festival

'Triangle of Sadness': Ruben Ostlund's wild ride - film review

It’s a wild ride that takes aim at some pretty easy targets, but makes a few good points and, more importantly, is funny much of the time

Thought-provoking ‘Savoy’ examines Tel Aviv hotel siege in 1975

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' tells the story of one man's bad choices - review

A Hero looks at what happens when one mistake leads you into a sinkhole that keeps getting deeper.

Famed actress Charlotte Gainsbourg in Israel for Jerusalem Film Festival

International actress Charlotte Gainsbourg stars in ‘The Accusation,’ directed by her partner, Yvan Attal and co-stars with son, Ben Attal. They are here for the Jerusalem Film Festival.

Jerusalem highlights July 22 – 28

What's new to do in Israel's capital?

Jerusalem Film Fest documentaries show real-life drama

The Diamond Competition for Israeli Documentary Films is particularly competitive this year, with movies that look at diverse aspects of life in Israel and Jewish history.

Great guests, great movies at the 39th Jerusalem Film Fest

Between the guests and the more than 200 films from more than 50 countries, this is looking to be one of the strongest festivals in years.

Jerusalem highlights July 15-21

What's new to do in Israel's capital?

‘Triangle of Sadness’ to open 2022 Jerusalem Film Festival

The festival will run until July 31 at the Jerusalem Cinematheque and other theaters around the city and will present over 200 films from more than 50 countries.

Jerusalem Film Festival announces July 21 opening date

The 2022 festival will return to tradition by hosting foreign guests, who were not able to attend last summer due to the pandemic.

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