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Israeli Films win in Cannes

in Life, Culture & Sports

Or Sinai’s drama ‘Anna’ won the first place in the Cinéfondation student film competition in Cannes while Asaph Polonsky won a Critics’ Week award for his comedy-drama ‘One Week and a Day’. Both films feature Evgenia Dudina as main actress. Sinai, who graduated from the Sam Spiegel Film and Television School in Jerusalem, depicts a…

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‘Ma Kasher’ – The mobile travel app

in Economy & Innovation/Life, Culture & Sports

Kosher-eating and travel-loving people often feel a bit lost when it comes to finding a kosher restaurant in an unknown area. Therefore, many either travel with their own food or need to check endless lists of internet recommendations to find out if a restaurant is truly kosher according to the Kashrut. It is surprising that…

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Golden specks at the Jerusalem Film Festival

in Life, Culture & Sports

The afternoon sun dips the sea of national flags into golden light, not a single cloud sullies the azure sky, and a gentle breeze keeps teasing the hair (and hemlines) of the audience – the 32nd Jerusalem Film Festival really got off to a swimming start. Yet that afternoon those who have come to see…

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Dancing scholars of Tel Aviv & Freiburg

in Health & Science

The German-Israeli project “Störung” unites science and dance. The aim: further research into Parkinson’s disease.

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The world’s most beautiful restaurant is in….Tel Aviv

in Life, Culture & Sports/Tourism & Nature

Great news for art and culinary lovers travelling to Israel: according to the ‘International Space Design Award’, the most beautiful restaurant can be found in Tel Aviv. ‘Pastel’ won this year’s competition against more than 4,000 competitors from 35 countries. The interior of the restaurant was designed by the architects Alon Baranowitz and Irene Kronenberg,…

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