TEL AVIV -- This Ramadan, 18 months after the bloom of the Arab Spring, Middle Eastern television execs are as divided as politicos about the revolutionary wave's long-term effects.
JERUSALEM -- Alesia Weston, the new executive director of the Jerusalem Film Center, had been in Israel for only about a week when residents awoke to find that across the city, posters for the…
JERUSALEM -- Three Israeli film projects were awarded cash to move into production on Monday thanks to the 7th Pitch Point, an international co-production contest at the 29th Jerusalem Film Festival.
Earlier this month, David Arquette arrived in Israel to shoot scenes for an upcoming Travel Channel project, tentatively titled "Mile High." While in the Holy Land, Arquette, whose mother is Jewish…
Which came first, the film festival or the social justice protest? Ask Erez Barenholtz and Elad Goldman, directors of this year's Tel Aviv Student Film Festival, and they will tell you they honestly…
For weeks now, Israelis have been fixated on Iran -- not its government or its garrisons, but on its little independent film that could, Asghar Farhadi's "A Separation."
CBS has acquired Israeli unscripted format "Shalosh" for a reality series scheduled to bow this summer from Magical Elves and Chris Columbus.
TEL AVIV -- Israeli audiences are no longer separated from "A Separation."
Oscar is quickly becoming the Holy Grail of the Holy Land.
TEL AVIV -- Just three days before it was due to go dark, Israel's cash-strapped Channel 10 has been saved by the government, which has given the channel a year to repay its NIS 60 million ($15.8…