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Short Israeli Film Breaks Worldwide Record

in Life, Culture & Sports

A 20-minute documentary directed by Tel Aviv University student Lior Geller has made it into the Guinness Book of World Records for the record-breaking amount of awards it has received worldwide. Steve Tisch from the Tel Aviv University Film and Television Department, says the movie has been shown in over 60 festivals across 36 countries, and has…

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Coldplay is Warming up to Israel

in Life, Culture & Sports

Ever since Coldplay frontman, Chris Martin, visited Israel last year, there’s been an avalanche of press on how he was potentially scouting places to play a peace concert. Since then, rumors have been rolling out that Coldplay, one of the most popular rock bands soaring on the top charts, will be coming to Israel this…

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Arab and Israeli Foodies Cook to Inspire Coexistence

in Life, Culture & Sports

Gear up for an Arabic food festival unlike any other. Over 45 chefs from the four quarters – Muslim, Christian, Druze, and Jewish. Culinary superstars from across the region will gather in Haifa for a 3-day food festival, not only to share their expertise in satisfying appetites, but also to stand together to support Haifa…

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Party in the Shuk

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The famous Mehane Yehuda market in Jerusalem has reached a new peak in popularity with this year’s ‘Jaffa to Agrippas Festival’. The dance group c.a.t.a.m.o.n under Elad Schechter performed inside and outside the market streets. The mere fact that this festival is taking place for the third time in a row demonstrates a change in…

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Written from the future

in Life, Culture & Sports/Monthly Report

“I never thought I’d get to hear one of my texts read out in Hebrew,” says Sherko Fatah with a smile, readily admitting he did not understand a single word. The Berlin-based author is one of ten writers who have contemplated the question of “How will people in 2065 feel about our present time?” Ten…

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