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Best of Israeli Films

Best of Israeli Films

 THE 2016 AICE Israeli Film Festival, which opens in Melbourne on September 14 and Sydney on September 15, features a range of contemporary movies and documentaries from leading Israeli line-up..View More


A Tale of Love and Darkness, Natalie Portman Directing Debut

Natalie Portman goes back to her Israeli roots in directing debut

Natalie Portman never really considered making her new film, "A Tale of Love and Darkness," in anything besides the Hebrew language. Calling recently to discuss the movie (opening Friday), which as..View More


Israeli Film Festival: Who's Gonna Love Me Now

Israeli Film Festival: Who's Gonna Love Me Now

A FIGHT has been on between Australia's biggest film festivals to get their hands on a heart wrenching Israeli documentary about a gay man who has been shunned by his family. AICE Israeli Film beat..View More


Israeli movies abound at this year’s Toronto Film Festival

Israeli movies abound at this year’s Toronto Film Festival

A partial list of the Israeli films that will be shown at this year's Toronto International Film Festival, which will take place from September 8-18, has just been released, and the newest movies by..View More

Oriented

Oriented

Directed by: Jake Witzenfeld

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Three gay Palestinian friends explore the contradictions in their lives with Jewish filmmaker, Witzenfeld. Khader is at ease with his relationship with an Israeli lover as just another dimension of.. View More

Tikkun

Tikkun

Directed by: Avishai Sivan

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Haim-Aaron is an ultra-Orthodox scholar living in Jerusalem, whose talents and devotion are envied by all. One evening, Haim-Aaron collapses and loses consciousness. The paramedics announce to.. View More

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Rita Jahan Foruz (2012)

Rita Yahan Foruz

Directed by: Ayal Goldberg

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Rita Jahan Farouz immigrated to Israel from Iran with her family, when she was eight years old. Now on the eve of her forty-ninth birthday, with enormous tension between Tehran and Jerusalem looming.. View More

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