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Nadav Lapid by Liza Béar
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Ritualistic contradictions, moral complexity, and minimalism shed light on issues of inequality in Policeman.

Nadav Lapid by Liza Béar
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Ritualistic contradictions, moral complexity, and minimalism shed light on issues of inequality in Policeman.

Rama Burshtein’s Fill the Void by Liza Béar
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It’s a rare delight when a film makes a little-known, hermetic community that is bristling with traditions, customs, rules, and regulations come alive, transcending that subculture through its humanity.

Yehuda “Judd” Ne’eman by Janet Burstein
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I learned early to differentiate art from politics. But the best Israeli films are inseparable from the political forces that shape them. 

James’ Journey to Jerusalem by Liza Béar
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In his startlingly upbeat feature fiction debut, Ra’anan Alexandrowicz presents a contemporary odyssey through the seamy underbelly of Israeli society.

Amos Gitai by Minna Proctor
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With his new film Kippur, eminent Israeli director Amos Gitai plunges into the chaos of war, its exhausting senselessness, its rupture.

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