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Ganit Goldstein launched a virtual reality exhibition space to present one of the first fashion collections with cutting edge 3D printing.
This year’s online program runs October 27 to 29.
Natan Sharansky's memoir explores his struggles within the USSR, and during his Israeli political career.
The writer, a nephew of the Tichos, delivered these comments at the opening of the Anna Ticho “Lifescape” exhibit, on October 25, 2018.
This year’s significantly pared-down edition will take place at 1 p.m. on October 30 and goes by the title of “From the Drawer to Song – Choir Lab.”
In keeping with the times, the play, economically titled “Wiesenthal,” is digitally available anywhere in the world until Oct. 28.
Ben-Ari added that the videos should be videos and not pictures. If the videos catch three generations of family members together, then that's "magic," he said.
The festival will feature the best of recent films from Israel and around the world.
Gadot has a slight resemblance to Taylor that has gone unremarked upon until now.
"Now all we are waiting for is a government approval of our plan, so we can open our doors to the public,” said Israeli Opera general manager Zach Granit."
Transforming ‘mar’ (bitter) into ‘ram’ (greatness)
The editors of the website seemed surprised by the results, headlining the article, “Shockingly, most Arab News readers in favor of Israeli actress Gal Gadot as Cleopatra.”
A breast cancer survivor who isn't afraid to confront society's beauty standards.
It's been around since 1954. This year, it will be cancelled for the first time.
The decision to auction off more than 200 items from the museum was, in fact, taken long before COVID-19 was an abominable twinkle in anyone’s eye.
Amsel, a veteran writer in the Israeli television industry, has been working for a decade as co-creator and co-writer on Valley of Tears, a heralded series about the Yom Kippur War.
The interview went up ahead of Gadot's cover on Vanity Fair's November issue.
Ice deliveries, traveling barbers and goats strolling the streets are fondly remembered by a Netanya resident
The series, which aired on KAN 11 back in October, stars some of Israel's highest profile actors.
He may be known for sardonic short stories, but Keret reveals in conversation with the ‘Post’ an optimistic outlook and calls the months under COVID-19 ‘one of the most prolific periods’ of his life.
Gadot is the second Israeli to grace the cover of the magazine, following Israeli-American actress Natalie Portman.
The excavation in which the weight was found was conducted by the IAA in conjunction with the Western Wall Heritage Foundation. The weight was found beneath Wilson’s Arch by the Western Wall.
Maya Zinshtein's newest analyzes Evangelical support for Israel.
“There has been great cooperation... It connects us to our roots. The older members of the community are the roots, we are just the branches, but they are the roots.”
While their music has always been written by the band members themselves, their lyrics are taken directly from the pages of the Talmud.
The Israeli star will work on the film alongside “Wonder Woman” director Patty Jenkins.
Leaving Paradise by Ofer Freiman won the Best Film Award in the Israeli Documentary Film Competition, and its creators will receive NIS 40,000 as part of this prize.
Jerusalem Post readers send us their best shots of the week.
The Photo Is:Rael grand happening probes the domestic domain
The literature prize has been dogged by controversy over the past several years.
More private collectors are beginning to unfurl some of the pieces of art they have so lovingly gathered from all corners of the world for our remote, Internet-based viewing pleasure.
Exploring the relationship between Hebrew literature, modern Hebrew and Zionism
The track features on their next album, For The Music, slated for release in December.
The artists, whose styles run the gamut from rock to rap to Mizrahi, were able to put their own spin on these tunes while earning an honorarium of about $1,400.
These previews give a glimpse of a multi-strand series that tells stories from this war that have never been dramatized before.
Jerusalem Post readers send us their best pics of the week
The 2020 list is characterized by more TV stars than usual. This is in part due to the coronavirus pandemic postponing the production of many big-budget releases.
The film opens Friday at select theaters and video on demand.
Should artists create art that reflects on the crisis while it's still unfolding? Some of them have successfully done so, highlighting the tension and terror of our new lives indoors.
Channel 12 revealed last week that the first music clip with the Lool gang, from 51 years ago, was apparently found in a flea market in Haifa.
Instead of live shows featuring some of the top stand-up comics from the US, the tour organizers are presenting a safe alternative with an online series of shows over the upcoming holiday.
It is difficult to overestimate Peterson’s contribution to the local blues scene.
Mark Lavie’s account of his career as a journalist in Israel
This annihilated Jewish community had a life and a history, and we wanted it to be remembered and not erased, remembered and not forgotten.
David Roytman transforms Judaica into luxury fashion
Olga Rubin, 31, became a professional Mixed Martial Arts fighter at the age of 26, six months after the birth of her son.
“In Detroit, I saw how important Jewish and Israel education are, and this completely changed my professional focus.”
He seemed too normal to be such an amazing artist. I expected some crazy story with drugs, love and God.
The website Decider, known for its “Stream it or Skip it” advice, had a clear verdict: “Stream it.”
The documentary spotlights her early life and probes the politics of the pageant and how she overcame antisemitism to win.
Rabbi will be about a charismatic and influential Orthodox rabbi whose world collapsed when he was accused by teenage male students of sexual advances.
“I’m sure there’s a lot more than horses and sweets there, but I don’t really know what there is. I think it’s a humorous song. I’m not trying to put down anybody.”
"I have been in the business for 33 years, and I have been waiting and hoping that one day there will be characters that show us as Iranians as complex human beings, not just terrorists."
Sculptures showcased by Meshullam form a peculiar place of worship, in a partially successful attempt by the artist to offer an antidote to the religious visuals we know
Jennifer Stern, 50 - from Woodmere, New York To Hashmonaim, 2006
“She had a sense of humor and a real sparkle to her.”
The adaptation, entitled 'Sapiens: A Graphic History,' will be available in October.
The festival features Israeli and international competitions, as well as animated films, digital media and experimental and video programs.
Sixty films were considered for awards in 18 categories.
Training programs will be developed for filmmakers from both countries.
Performing and surviving: The arts in the time of coronavirus
The annual Peace One Day happening, which has been going for 19 years now, is happening on September 21 with streamlined events with megastars such as, Paul McCartney, Elton John and Annie Lennox.
Yaakov Israel began documenting the less-than-palatial edifices in his home patch back when he was a student at the Bezalel Academy of Arts and Design.
Is bridge a cure for eating and drinking or an additional cause of gaining pounds?
The announcement of their marriage generated controversy, with an outpouring of congratulations mixed with messages of hate.
The most expansive exhibition at the Jerusalem Artists’ House at present takes in several dozen monochromic works by Talia Israeli.
Empty hive syndrome
Dispatches from the hell of early 2020
There are series about people we love to hate, but there’s a new trend: series featuring difficult and self-absorbed but eccentric, charming people we hate to love.
The show aired originally in Israel in 2013 and ran for two seasons. The new season picks up four years after the end of the second season.
“Goalstar,” a popular Israeli reality show that features celebrities playing soccer, will film its 2021 season in the UAE.
“Fauda” focuses on an undercover commando unit of the Israeli army whose members embed themselves in the Palestinian community, gathering intelligence and preventing terror attacks.
The Artistic View includes feature films, shorts and documentaries from throughout Israel’s history.
Musician Amir Benayoun will be making his acting debut on the coming-of-age crime drama, Children of the Light.
Amid the novel coronavirus crisis, theaters across the country have been shut down, unable to put on productions nor to consequently pay employees from a wide range of functions.
“There are all sorts of articles and blogs that I saw about how many Jewish publications around the world are folding, and not just because of the coronavirus.”
The documentary focuses on what motivates American Christians to support Israel and what form their support takes.
Ben Hamou, 23, is one of the more powerful members of a new generation of choreographers afoot in Israel today.
Israel’s slow response has led to losses in the billions of dollars, and tens of thousands of jobs in the tourism industry have been wiped out.
“It’s very exciting when your work comes to fruition,” Dr. Assaf Yasur-Landau the Post. “And this research could be very influential in how we look for signs of earthquakes in archaeology."
This is the seventh time that one of Gitai’s films has taken part in the main competition at Venice, which awards the prestigious Golden Lion prize.
You don’t have to be a sci-fi fan to get caught up in the personal crises.
The first three seasons of The Good Fight, the topical and very enjoyable Good Wife spinoff, will be available on Hot 3 starting September 15 on Sundays through Thursdays at 9:30 p.m.
Mirage at the museum
Despite COVID-19, Israel’s national parks all over the country are offering festive activities for all ages. Below you’ll find a list of some of the most interesting ones.
Sit back, enjoy the best possible food you can cook, raise your glasses and let us all pray for a good and healthy new year.
Singer Rotem Cohen was seen walking into his largely-unmasked crowd during his performance, shaking hands and even kissing some of his fans on the cheek.
Of late, there has been a surge of popularity in such outdoor entertainment facilities around the globe, due to COVID-19 and social distancing constraints, including over here.
The series is designed to enable wide and diverse audiences and age groups around the world to connect with the uniqueness of the coming Jewish holiday period from their own homes.
The company said that the chance to shoot in the UAE is a "dream come true."
In the past months, we became Zoom experts.
Some directors, actors and other film professionals will take part in the festival, both in person and via ZOOM meetings.
His name may not be instantly recognizable, but some of his work is considered an important milestone in the marketing world and, indeed, what we listen to across the musical soundboard.
“This is a moment we have been planning for many months,” says Avi Shoshani, the orchestra’s director general.