‘Jinn’ follows a group of Arab teenagers as a supernatural force enters their world.
Wartime drama wins best foreign film at Michael Moore’s Traverse City Film Festival.
Best Israeli documentary went to ‘Jonathan Agassi Saved My Life’.
The film follows a group of washed-up pop musicians trying to stage a comeback.
The company is screening ’The Love Letter’ in the Short Film Competition.
Read Screen’s daily magazines from the 35th Jerusalem International Film Festival here.
Shlomi Elkabetz has boarded ground-breaking project.
Geffen won the Camera d’Or in Cannes in 2007 with debut feature ‘Jellyfish’.
The Center adds about 600 to 800 films per year to its library.
Panelists also discussed the volume of film content submitted to festivals.
Festival professionals debate government influence.
‘Douze Points’ will be set against the backdrop of the 2019 Eurovision Song Contest.
Project comes from Mr Gaga filmmakers the Heymann brothers.
The film explores the birth of Israel’s controversial religious political party Shas in the 1980s.
Lab ran outside of the Jerusalem Film Festival this year.
Film premieres in the festival’s Israeli Feature Competition on Friday (July 27).
The film considers the fate of children left behind when Isis were swept out of Iraq.
New festival aimed at Arab films and high-end TV to launch this autumn.
Tikkun director among Israeli filmmakers presenting at 13th edition of showcase.