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Atlantique Prods. and Keshet U.K. Join Forces on Drama Series ‘Crater Lake’

Paris-based Atlantique Prods. is joining forces with Keshet U.K., the London arm of Israel’s Keshet Intl. (KI),  to develop “Crater Lake,” a drama series created by..View More


Jerusalem Lab to grant $80k

Graduates of the Jerusalem International Film Lab 3rd edition will compete for $80,000 in production prizes at a pitching event at the Jerusalem International Film Festival. Aspiring directors and..View More


The Best TV Show of 2014 Is From 2008

If I were making a list of my favorite TV shows of 2014 right now, sitting at No. 1 would be a junky-looking, subtitled light drama from 2008 about the love lives of single Modern Orthodox Jews in a..View More

British Pathé shares Holy Land history via YouTube

British Pathé shares Holy Land history via YouTube

Newsreel company British Pathé recently announced it is uploading its entire archive, some 85,000 short film clips and newsreels spanning 1896-1976, onto YouTube. The archive is of..View More

‘Zero Motivation’ is 100 percent fun

‘Zero Motivation’ is 100 percent fun

Talya Lavie, the director of the new movie Zero Motivation, which opened throughout Israel last week, doesn’t really want you to read about her.But Lavie does want you to see her film, which I..View More

Dancing Arabs Jerusalem Film Festival

New CEO Takes Reins of Jerusalem Film Festival

The Jerusalem Film Festival, long the gold standard of Israeli sprocket operas, has had more than a few bumps over the years since founder Lia Van Leer decided to step down in 2008. One of the..View More

The Kindergarden Teacher

Lapid’s The Kindergarten Teacher Joins Jersusalem Film Festival Lineup

Nadav Lapid’s The Kindergarten Teacher will participate in the Israeli Film Competition at the Jerusalem Film Festival, taking place this year from July 10 – 20, 2014. The his..View More

Moran Atias

Israeli Actress Moran Atias Talks 'Third Person' and 'Tyrant'

"Third Person," written and directed by Paul Haggis ("Million Dollar Baby," "Crash"), tells three love stories about passion, trust and betrayal. "In any relationship," Haggis said, "there is always..View More

big bad wolves

Film Review: Big Bad Wolves

Every year Quentin Tarantino makes lists of the best films of the year. He doesn't just say that they're the best films that he has seen, but the best of the best movies that were made during the of..View More

Spike Jonze

Spike Jonze to attend Jerusalem film fest

Director Spike Jonze will make his first visit to Israel next month to teach a master class at the Jerusalem Film Festival. Jonze, whose credits include the Academy Award-nominated films "Her" and..View More

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