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Tel Aviv’s Cult Frequency

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Tel Aviv’s Teder phenomenon celebrates not only four years of existence but another summer of glory in the city’s south. Every night the pop-up radio/bar/club/concert venue turns Beit Romano, a 1947 shopping mall, into a hip open air place with music, beer and pizza – and at six in the morning the Teder crowd, chairs…

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Magical Salt Bride

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Israeli artist Sigalit Landau’s ‘Salt Bride’ photography series is currently exhibited at the renowned Marlborough Contemporary Gallery in London. Propelling the magic of the salty lake to a new artistic level, Landau placed dresses for three months into the Dead Sea. The result is stunning: while the crystals cover each dress entirely, the shapes are…

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Well said, Nathalie Portman

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Israeli US-actress Nathalie Portman is not only supposed to be one of the most beautiful Israeli women, she is now starring for the first time in Hebrew! However, in order to brush up her American-accented pronunciation, she had to learn an outdated version of Hebrew, namely spoken in Jerusalem’s 1940s. For Amos Oz’ film adaptation…

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A Dance Performance ‘At Your Place’

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Israel is a place of art lovers – there is no other way to explain the incredible amount of 4.5 million tickets annually that are sold for theatre, shows, dance and music. However, this also leaves a large group of people who might be generally interested in arts and music but wouldn’t actually go to…

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Israeli Films win in Cannes

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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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