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El Dorado (1963)

Directed by: Menahem Golan

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After a man is accused of a crime he did not commit, his lawyer is against taking the case and does nothing to help him. Pressure politically is aiding in finding the man guilty, and he is forced to.. View More

Smile, and the World Will Smile Back

Smile, and the World Will Smile Back (2014)

Im Tekhayekh, Ha'Olam Yekhayekh Elekha

Directed by: Ahmad al-Haddad, Yoav Gross, Ahmad al-Haddad, Diaa al-Haddad, Shada al-Haddad, Ehab Tarabieh

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At its best, art is about connection. A new Israeli-Palestinian documentary short film exploits the natural three-way relationship between artist, audience and subject to reveal an unexpected source.. View More

Farewell Baghdad

Farewell Baghdad (2014)

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Israeli film "Farewell Baghdad," which is based on an Eli Amir novel and documents the activity of the Jewish underground in Baghdad, is about to come full circle and be screened in Iraq. View More
The Congress

Israeli director Ari Folman’s new film ‘The Congress’ is visually stunning

Israeli director Ari Folman's "The Congress" is "a visual masterpiece that will be studied and revered for generations," one critic writes. Another critic took a quite different view of the film, a..View More


Culture, Economy Ministries withdraw Israeli funds from 'Palestinian' film

Israeli-Arab director Suha Arraf will have to return government funding for her film "Villa Touma," as she presented it to international film festivals as Palestinian despite the funding agreement a..View More


Self Made

Shira Geffen's clever identity-swap comedy subverts cliches and upends expectations.

The region may be strained by conflicting ideals, but it's shoddy, Ikea-style furniture that's to blame for the accident that shakes a Jerusalem art-world dynamo out of her latest creative rut. of -..View More