Out and About: Israeli Winners at Sundance; Ian McEwan Defends Jerusalem Prize Acceptance

Israeli filmmaker Talya Lavie, whose ?Zero Motivation? won the Mahindra Global Filmmaking Award at the Sundance Film Festival.

Israeli filmmaker Talya Lavie, whose ?Zero Motivation? won the Mahindra Global Filmmaking Award at the Sundance Film Festival.

  • Two Israeli films, “Restoration” by Yossi Madmony and “Zero Motivation” by Talya Lavie, picked up prizes at Sundance.

  • The Egyptian Museum was hit by looters, but it could have been worse.

  • Israeli filmmakers have received death threats over their film on the Gaza war.

  • Ian McEwan has defended his decision to accept the Jerusalem Prize, telling his critics, “I’m for finding out for myself, and for dialogue, engagement, and looking of ways in which literature, especially fiction, with its impulse to enter other minds, can reach across political divides.”

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Out and About: Israeli Winners at Sundance; Ian McEwan Defends Jerusalem Prize Acceptance

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