Yossi Aviram makes an uncommonly sensitive debut with this beautifully understated drama about a father and his long-estranged son.
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Tech innovations had made the basics of 35mm projection so easy and safe that a high-schooler could handle a multiplex. But they'd also led to degraded prints.
The 36-year-old became the face of Argentine indie cinema starring in Santiago Mitre's debut, political thriller, "The Student" (2011). His performance made him one of the country's most sought-after…
An expert at depicting dysfunctional relationships within Paris' upper-class, Daniele Thompson could be Woody Allen's French cousin.
Keshet Intl., home of Homeland, has been the engine that has turned Israel into the leading exporter of TV program formats to the U.S. Now the broadcaster and production company that enjoys enviable…
The Walt Disney Co. will continue to combine the roles of chairman and CEO under one executive.
Ten years after his gay wartime love story "Yossi & Jagger," writer-director Eytan Fox returns to the tale of the film's survivor, Yossi, now a workaholic cardiologist in Tel Aviv who has shut…
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."
Billed as the first Israeli slasher film, "Rabies" wields a tart wit, several innovative twists on genre conventions and a heaping helping of bloody mayhem.