Articles in "Culture"

Israeli Actress, TV Series ‘The Lesson’ Win Big at Cannes Festival

The Israeli TV show " The Lesson" (Zero Hour in Hebrew) and its star actress Maya Landman won top awards at the Canneseries 2022 Festival ...

Israeli Artwork ‘Impossible Object’ on Way to International Space Station

A unique partnership between an Israeli physicist and an artist has led to a unique work of art, which will be dispatched to the ...

‘Interconnected’: Israeli Libraries Sign MOU with UAE’s National Library

A high-level delegation led by Abdulla Majed Al-Ali, Acting Director-General of the National Library and Archives (NLA) of the United Arab ...

6 Israeli Restaurants on Prestigious List of Top 50 in Middle East

Israel's vibrant culinary scene received again accolades when six of its top restaurants made the prestigious MENA's 50 Best Restaurants, ...

4 of Israel’s 5 Major TV Production Companies Commit to Auditioning Actors with Disabilities

Four of Israel’s five major television broadcasting and production companies have signed a new pledge, spearheaded by the Ruderman Family ...

Israel Cinema Day 2021 – Part II

Less than two months ago Israel held a national Israel Cinema Day and it was so successful that they decided to hold one again. On ...

18th Century Esther Scroll Written by Teen Girl Revealed in Jerusalem

A Megillat Esther (Scroll of Esther) written by a 14-year-old Jewish girl from Rome some 250 years ago was recently revealed in Jerusalem, ...

Culture Minister Slams TV Broadcaster for Censoring His Zionist Remarks

Culture and Sports Minister Hili Tropper had harsh words for the Kan 11 broadcaster, which censored some of his pro-Israel and Zionist ...

People Check the Four Species for Quality on Sukkot Eve

On the holiday of Sukkot, Jews around the world make a blessing on the four species; one with no taste or smell, one with both taste and ...

Thousands Pack Kotel for Final Ceremony Before Yom Kippur

Slichot is a special series of prayers and supplications said every day leading up to Yom Kippur. The word means “pardon” or ...