Michael Moore on '5 Broken Cameras' Director's LAX Ordeal: It Doesn't Compare to Palestinians' 'Daily Humiliation' 16 weeks ago
Michael Moore said that Oscar-nominated Palestinian filmmaker Emad Burnat's ordeal with immigration officials on Tuesday demonstrates...
By Brent Lang
"The Gatekeepers" director Dror Moreh on his interviews with six former Shin Bet leaders and their views about Israel
In engaging documentary, six former heads of Israel's secret service answer questions with more than questions
Filmmaker Guy Davidi is spearheading a crowdsourcing campaign to bring the documentary "5 Broken Cameras" to Israeli schools
Reuters said the cameramen were trying to report on the killing of a Palestinian teenager in the West Bank
In third strike in three days, Israel said it was targeting Hamas officials in the building housing the Agence France-Presse office
Eight journalists from various broadcast news outlets were wounded in two Israeli airstrikes in Gaza on Sunday
Rupert Murdoch chided "Jewish-owned press" for not standing behind Israel
The phrase “Hamasbumpersticker" took off like wildfire across social media
Special jury prize goes to Kang Yi-kwan's "Juvenile Offender" at the 25th Tokyo International Film Festival
Guest Blog: '2016' producer Gerald R. Molen wonders if President Obama is committed to standing against those who would seek to destroy Israel
Says he would have no problem with one of his children "marrying a Jew"
“Out in The Dark” has been acquired for U.S. distribution by the independent distributor, Breaking Glass, the festival announced on Thursday
Guest Blog: When Taiwanese reporter and producer Claire Su arrived in Israel, she had no idea what to expect from her first visit to the Holy Land
Sony Pictures Classics gets all North American rights
The former Fox News host made some rather unsavory remarks right after his large rally in Israel
Deal includes "Bond 23" and "The Hobbit"
"The Third Intifada" app was taken down Wednesday night after pressure from Israel's Minister of Public Diplomacy and Diaspora Affairs
Scorned 90-year-old ex-White House reporter and syndicated columnist gets a new one
Government says it will seize any iPads imported through customs
Leonard Cohen plays his first show in Israel in 30 years, ignoring a political storm over his appearance.
Israeli film was Golden Lion winner of the Venice Film Festival.
The letter of protest against Israel that I signed contained words that did not come from my heart, and that are unnecessarily inflammatory
"Lebanon," directed by Samuel Maoz and set inside a tank, wins Golden Lion.
Big-budget zombie movie gets so lost in its global scale that it doesn't give us a flesh-and-blood hero who makes it all matter, despite Brad Pitt's best efforts