Amos Gitai's meditative if somewhat contrived Jaffa-set drama is most notable for being constructed from a single Steadicam-shot take.
Israeli Film Festival
This tightly wound clock-ticking thriller examines the Arab-Israeli conflict to impressive effect.
Israeli director Amos Gitai has accomplished many personal goals in his four-decade career, and with his new pic, "Ana Arabia," which was shot entirely in one take and will compete for the Golden…
Tribeca Film, the Gotham-based distribution arm of the same company that runs the Tribeca Film Festival, has snagged North American rights to “S#x Acts,” the Israeli film that played the Tribeca fest…
Abdellatif Kechiche's drama romance “Blue Is the Warmest Color, ” winner of Cannes' Palme d'Or, is set to kick off the 26th Helsinki Intl. Film Festival – Love & Anarchy. Fest will close with Noah…
Sheila Whitaker, who served as director of international programs for the Dubai International Film Festival, died Monday in London. She was previously director of the London Film Festival from 1987…
A Second Generation program will be one of the highlights of the 27th Israel Film Fest, running April 18-May 2 in Beverly Hills.
Set in the Gaza Strip circa 1989, at the height of the first Intifada, war-is-hell drama "Rock the Casbah" illustrates the futility of the Israeli-Palestinian conflict.
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.
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…