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    Say No to War: Cease Fire Now!

    In a statement during the current Jerusalem Film Festival, directors Keren Yedaya, Tali Shalom, Nadav Lapid, Efrat Corem, Shira Geffen, Shlomi and Ronit Elkabetz, and Bozi Gete — said “in these violent days, it is impossible to talk only about cinema while ignoring the killing and horrifying events ...

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    Watching Movies During Wartime: A Report From Jerusalem

    "Welcome to Jerusalem," the driver said. "There is your first rocket."

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    Cheryl Strayed’s 'Dear Sugar' Column Portrayed in an Animated Short Film

    Our Producer pal Lisa Bellomo has put together a US / Israeli co production on Kickstarter to bring to screen the Dear Sugar phenom which is an avidly, hugely followed advice column relevant to women and the gay community worldwide.

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    Cannes Review: Can a Poem Save Your Life? Israeli Drama 'The Kindergarten Teacher' Makes the Case

    Israeli director Nadav Lapid takes an unusual premise and then rolls with it in "The Kindergarten Teacher," a second, more feminine film after the successful macho posturing of his striking debut, "Policeman."

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    “Zero Motivation," Winner of the Nora Ephron Prize and The Founders Award for Best Narrative Feature at Tribeca

    The Nora Ephron Prize : Zero Motivation, written and directed by Talya Lavie (Israel). Winner receives $25,000, sponsored by Coach, Inc. The award was given by Delia Ephron, Carol Kane, Natasha Lyonne, and Tanya Wexler along with Stephanie Stahl, Executive Vice President, Marketing and Strategy, Coa...

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    Review: Tribeca-Winner 'Zero Motivation' Is Israel's Answer to 'MASH' — With More Women

    A softly humorous and sad story about the frustrations of young Israeli women thrust into the military complex who air their grievances with snark.

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    Palestinian Films Showcase the Issues and Culture of the Turbulent Land

    As part of a multimedia event that aims to highlight Palestinian culture in a hopeful and positive manner, the Bright Stars of Bethlehem and the Levantine Cultural Center will screen a series of Palestinian-themed films, both documentary and narrative, for audiences in Los Angeles and Irvine. M...

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    Forget 'Lincoln' and the Civil War: The Dominant Conflict In This Fall's Movies Is the Israeli-Palestinian One

    While deeply reverential toward the dead, "Lincoln" is defined by the celebration of the capacity for salvation from wartime strife. Meanwhile, movies grappling with the current Israeli-Palestinian conflict signal a far more dire situation by analyzing it in real time.

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