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The documentary film, Strangers No More tells the tale of the children from 48 different countries who attend the Bialik-Rogozin School, many of whom have escaped genocide, war and hunger to arrive..
posted February 28, 2011 in News | Permalink
Students at the Bialik-Rogozin school in a rundown Tel Aviv neighborhood have survived genocide, war and famine. But they were all smiles on Monday after learning that a documentary about their had..
The fourth of its kind in the world, an international film lab in Jerusalem helps aspiring scriptwriters hone their craft. There are a lot of eager, aspiring screenwriters out there, but their is to..
The Israeli director Jonathan Sagall reclines in a futuristic white leather pod, drinking fancy herbal tea in a private lounge on the 24th floor of the Kollhoff Building at Potsdamer Platz. Down the..
To hone the local theatrical profession, actors Oded Kotler and Amnon Meskin are running a workshop in TA.
‘Like a musician practices scales and the dancer does exercises, there has to..
posted February 27, 2011 in News | Permalink
As part of the fest’s Sundance focus, Sundance advisors and scriptwriters Bill Wheeler and Wesley Strick, along with Israeli author, scriptwriter, director and Sundance advisor Etgar Keret, a ..
posted February 26, 2011 in News | Permalink
After serving in the army, many veterans opt to visit foreign locales, but Israeli filmmaker Ido Haar preferred to “discover all the places in the human soul.” Haar, director of the is I..
The crowded hallways of the Bialik-Rogozin school in gritty South Tel Aviv are about as far from the glitz and glamour of Hollywood as one can imagine.But on the evening of the 83rd Academy Awards a..
posted February 24, 2011 in News | Permalink
An upbeat film about Europe's largest Jewish cemetery drew a major prize at the 61st annual Berlin International Film Festival.
Two Israeli films also earned awards at the festival, which ran Feb...
posted February 20, 2011 in News | Permalink
The Grande Dame of Israeli Cinema, Lia van Leer, received the Berlinale Camera Award for her lifetime achievement - culminating a return of Jewish related themes and filmmaker's, after a two-year at..
posted February 18, 2011 in News | Permalink
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