Keshet made history in 2010, when it launched Gideon Raff's program "Hatufim" (Prisoners of War).
Alphan Eseli's shattering debut is a strong, disturbing anti-war film set in Eastern Anatolia following the 1915 Battle of Sarikamis.
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Paris-based arthouse shingle Rezo has come on board to co-produce, distribute and handle international sales on Ralph Fiennes starrer “Two Women,” a Russian costume drama that will be helmed by Vera…
For some broadcasters, the war is not over -- at least as a subject for TV drama.
Lionsgate U.K. has added two British films to its production slate, action thriller "I Am Soldier" and "Green Street Hooligans: Underground."
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With a pulpy scenario hand-tooled for filming in any anonymous foreign clime, and Christian Slater in the sort of two-fisted lead role that once provided steady employment for the likes of Chuck…
The name's Smiley, George Smiley -- and he's the opposite of 007 in nearly every way.
Hollywood has taken note of the Holy Land, and Israeli TV shows are fast becoming the country's most popular export.
As "24" potentially draws to a close, exec producer Howard Gordon has signed on to adapt Israeli drama "Prisoners of War" for U.S. auds.