Maya Zinshtein, a Russian-born investigative journalist, smartly places her shocking portrait of a team and its fans in a broader socio-political context, allowing it to surpass its token subject…
Albert Serra’s “The Death of Louis XIV” won the inaugural international competition at the 33rd edition of Jerusalem Film Festival, which wraps today. “The Death of Louis XIV,” which world premiered…
The Jerusalem Film Festival has unveiled the lineup of pics that will compete for the Haggiag Awards, Israel’s top movie kudos, at the upcoming 32rd edition. Mixing socially/politically engaged…
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Jerusalem in Imax 3D with a topping of Benedict Cumberbatch — that's a pretty big dessert of branding. The richly plummy vowels of His Royal Cumberness are mostly window dressing on this…
USA Network’s “Dig” is perhaps the cabler’s most ambitious project to date — a high-concept mystery thriller that hails from “Homeland” executive producer Gideon Raff and “Heroes” creator Tim Kring…
USA Network’s action thriller “Dig” has officially moved production out of Israel due to the continuing violence in the region, Variety has confirmed. “Given the current situation and after careful…
Holy Jerusalem and sin-ridden New York may not have much in common, but that didn't stop Jerusalem Mayor Nir Barkat, the high-tech millionaire turned two-term civil servant, from reaching out to…
Twelve film and TV projects, each pivoting in a different way around Israel's capital city, have earned funding thanks to a NIS8 million ($2.14 million) allocation from the Jerusalem Development…
LONDON -- An international TV talking shop is being launched by Israel's Keshet Media Group in Jerusalem, Nov. 11-12.
A Palestinian husband and wife hope emigrating to Paris will save their failing relationship in Tawfik Abu Wael's airless sophomore feature, "Last Days in Jerusalem."
After less than three weeks of previews at the Music Box Theater, "Jerusalem" starring Mark Rylance made its Broadway debut Thursday to what its director, Ian Rickson, described as a "giving and…