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…
Just in the nick of time, Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu this week ordered his government to look for a way to save Channel 10, which is set to shutter Jan. 27 due to debts that have grown…
Aside from being the epicenter of the Israel film industry, Tel Aviv is quickly earning a reputation as the hottest gay destination in the Middle East.
Hany Abu-Assad, the director of "Paradise Now," the only film by a Palestinian filmmaker to receive an Oscar nod, is drinking tea at a cafe in the Israeli Arab town of Nazareth when he taps the table…
Homegrown titles vie with Hollywood to satisfy region's 'curiosity for cinema'
Khaled El Hagar's "Lust," Egypt's submission in the foreign-language film Oscar race, has been called eerily prophetic.
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