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A sneak peek at Avi Nesher’s upcoming film ‘The Monkey House’

Set in the 1980s, the movie follows Amitay, whose books are out of print and who lives near the monkey park from which the movie gets its name.

The Red Sea Guitar Festival lines up Haim Romano and other Rock icons

Romano, Shalom Hanoch and Mati Caspi, Hemi Rudner, Yael Deckelbaum, Beri Sacharoff and Evyatar Banai are among those performing in the three-day lineup


Jerusalem's Tower of David named one of 'World's Greatest Places' by TIME

TIME's list is a wide and varied list. Jerusalem is listed among the other 50 destinations such as Kyoto in Japan, Musanze in Rwanda, Giza and Saqqara in Egypt, Ladakh in India and Aqaba in Jordan.

Israeli artists draw a red line to High Court in protest of judicial reform

The Israeli protesters noted in a statement that the paint used was designed specifically for the demonstration, noting that it is "easy to paint over."

A dinner in hell: 18th century opera set to appear on Israeli stage

Mozart’s ‘Don Giovanni’ beckons at the Israeli Opera

‘Tevye the Dairyman’ played by Chaim Topol in the popular 1971 film, ‘Fiddler on the Roof’

Israeli Cinema Day to honor Chaim Topol

All Israeli films at theaters around the country, from Eilat to Rosh Pina, will cost only NIS 10 on this day.

‘Tel Aviv Stories’ shine and movie stars glitter 

TV TIME: These lesser-known Israeli movies are now available for streaming in English.

Arthur Rubinstein International Piano Master Competition is back for 17th edition

This year’s edition features 36 contestants, aged 18-32, from 18 countries. The lineup reflects that broad spread of genes, cultural baggage and citizenship.


The Good Person: An intelligent film with an intriguing premise

The Good Person stars Moran Rosenblatt as Sharon, a filmmaker devoted to making serious movies that empower women.

Films by blind directors to be screened at Tel Aviv Cinematheque

The documentary workshop is an initiative of the Library for the Blind. Eight people of all ages participated in the project, which included eight meetings and a workshop.

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