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Guy Nattiv's Mabul (The Flood) won the Israeli Feature Film Competition at the International Haifa Film Festival 2010. The prize was awarded at the closing ceremonies held on Thursday, September 30...
posted September 30, 2010 in News | Permalink
In a small coastal town the sun rises over the sea casting a glow over trees and homes. Then the train hurtles past. Coming in for a closer look, we see this vision of paradise is really a jumble of..
The Toronto Palestine Film Festival celebrates its third anniversary with an ambitious slate of features and documentaries. As always, the focus is on the social and political situation on the in as..
Midway through day seven of the Haifa International Film Festival 2010 Dani Menkin's Je t'aime I Love You Terminal brightened up my day.
A contemporary adventure that evokes screen romances of a of..
posted September 29, 2010 in News | Permalink
Oscar-winning actor Richard Dreyfuss and Oscar-winning producer Jon Landau will both be honored at 25th Anniversary Gala Awards Dinner of the Israel Film Festival, on October 20. Dreyfuss will be in..
BETHLEHEM (Ma'an) -- Students at An-Najah National University in Nablus kicked off the Human Rights Film Festival with a teleconference from Gaza on Sunday, as organizers continued to connect in the..
Hartford Stage has announced the lineup for its fall Brand:NEW festival, which will feature Tony Award winner Ben Vereen in Fetch Clay, Make Man, under the direction of Des McAnuff.
posted September 28, 2010 in News | Permalink
It’s not really an old tradition – the first stars with the names of outstanding Israeli actors were embed into the pavement in front of the Haifa Cinemateque in 2004, the twentieth..
The year is 2002. A labor migrant from the former Soviet Union dies in a terror attack in Jerusalem. A reporter from a local weekly discovers that she had been fired from a bread bakery a month and..
During a press conference at the Villaggio Cineplex in Doha, the Doha Film Institute (DFI) announced the Arab Film Competition, the first 30 titles in the World Panorama section, the Arab Short Film..
posted September 27, 2010 in News | Permalink
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