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The Israeli cultural icon directed 16 features, including "The 92 Minutes of Mr. Baum," which is being adapted by Lionsgate as "The Angriest Man in Brooklyn," starring Robin Williams, Mila Kunis and Peter Dinklage. read more
Leaving aside the strange and troubling end to the year in film, when a Seth Rogen comedy somehow set off a geopolitical crisis, 2014 offered your everyday assortment of quality independent films, smart and probing documentaries and just enough from the major studios to avoid succumbing to the total despair of one franchise after another.
Overweight people – or, more accurately, overweight women – are still discriminated against in fashion, television, movies and advertising. Israeli activists rate their chances of finally changing things as far better than slim.
Israeli directors are creating everything from westerns to cannibalistic fantasies as Talking Movies' Tom Brook has been finding out.
Tim Grady and October Films co-founder Jeff Lipsky co-created New York-based Adopt Films in 2011. Since banding together, the pair has been savvy in their foreign language pick-ups, pouncing on four fims in Berlin in 2012, for example, with each going on to win prizes there — and three ending up as their respective countries' submission for the Foreign Language Oscar . Last year, they were in ...
Former NATPE president Rick Feldman held the Israeli prime minister's foot off-camera while working as a production assistant: "I would kill to go on that trip." read more
Israel doesn't expect a Syrian or Lebanese response to an airstrike in Syria attributed to Israel earlier this week since they are too tied up with that country's bloody civil war and can't afford to open...
“Gett: The Trial of Viviane Amsalem” is the story of an Israeli woman (Ronit Elkabetz) seeking a divorce (gett) from her estranged husband (Simon Abkarian). Instead, she finds herself put on trial by her country's conservative religious court system.
For a director whose first feature film is called "Zero Motivation," Talya Lavie has ambition and enthusiasm to spare. The Israeli female director and screenwriter has been making international headlines for her directorial debut about a group of young women serving their mandatory time in the Israeli Defense Forces. But don't mistake "Zero Motivation" for your average war film. Lavie's ...
A fascinating and confounding documentary about the relationship between a Palestinian spy and his handler from the Israeli security agency.
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