The Gatekeepers Review | Jewish Film Festival 2013

The Gatekeepers is one of those important, very serious documentaries, which come along rarely and reveals a history, which has been closely guarded for years. The importance of a documentary like The Gatekeepers is illustrated by its nomination at this year's Academy Awards, in the Best Documentary section, only losing to Searching For Sugarman.

Rabies Review

There's a lot of buzz around Rabies, it being the first slasher-horror flick to come out of Israel. Directed and written by Aharon Keshales and Navot Papushado, it combines all of the traditional tropes; bent c... Read More...

Mary Lou Review

What do you get if you cross Glee with Mamma Mia, transpose it into Tel Aviv and add a couple more transvestites, and a tonne more sequins? You'd get Mary Lou, an Israeli TV mini-series based around the song... Read More...