"The World Is Funny" and wondrously strange in the tender new dramedy from Israeli fabulist Shemi Zarhin.
When a young, idealistic Israeli military investigator confronts an elite officer with accusations of unnecessary violence against a Palestinian man in the Occupied Territories, her integrity and…
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.
The first Israeli feature produced with crowd-sourced funding, minimalist indie "Never Too Late" is a good-looking, formally rigorous road movie that becomes increasingly involving as it motors along.
Two different types of tribalism come into deadly conflict in provocative Israeli drama "Policeman."
Thanks to the passage of the Cinema Law, Israel's film industry is on the rise, abroad and at home.
German-produced Israeli doc "...More Than 1000 Words" is generating buzz at Iran's ongoing Fajr Film Festival — for not screening during the 11-day event.
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