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When Adam Sanderson and Muli Segev’s This is Sodom was released last summer in Israel, it broke Israeli records for the most ticket sales in a film's opening weekend and beat out major that..
posted August 25, 2011 in Features | Permalink
Ofer Naim's film, Viva Espania: A Tale in Four Octaves, is a documentary about Israeli singer Hanna Aharoni and is being released in the United States this November.
Hanna Aharoni’s singing a..
posted August 19, 2011 in Features | Permalink
For a country so tiny, Israel is well-known for the passionate disagreement of its citizens on many political, social, religious and ethical issues. Yet, despite the risks that accompany favor of is..
posted July 25, 2011 in Features | Permalink
Tomer and Barak Heymann draw a loyal, engaged and ever-growing following because of their bold approach to taboo and provocative subjects, taken on through small, personal and idiosyncratic stories...
posted June 28, 2011 in Features | Permalink
This year, four Israeli films will appear at the Cannes Film Festival: Joseph Cedar’s Footnote, Hagar Ben-Asher’s The Slut, Anat Costi’s On My Doorstep, and Ma’ayan Martha A..
posted May 05, 2011 in Features | Permalink
"For almost half a century, an unfinished Nazi propaganda film of the Warsaw Ghetto, simply titled Das Ghetto and discovered by East German archivists after the war, was used by scholars and as a of..
posted August 20, 2010 in Features | Permalink