Posts Tagged: Restoration Results 5
We can never know for certain what ancient Jews and Romans saw when they passed under the Arch of Titus, but thanks to technology and a team of scholars, we now have an inkling.
Crossposted from Samuel Gruber’s Jewish Art and Monuments
Crossposted from Haaretz
As Tel Avivians hurried home to beat the rush-hour traffic after another start to the workweek, dozens of passersby along the busy intersection between Carlebach and Ha’arbaa Streets were drawn to the plaza facing the Cinematheque, the site of a not-so-ordinary film preview.
Gabrielle Birkner watches Yossi Madmoni’s “Restoration,” the only Israeli selection at the Sundance Film Festival.
Pianist András Schiff talks to the Forward about growing anti-Semitism in his native Hungary.
Gordon Haber reflects on integration and re-segregation in his native Los Angeles.
Eileen Reynolds goes to see Yoav Gal’s biblically inspired space-age video opera “Mosheh.”
David Biale reads through the new crop of second-generation Holocaust memoirs.
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.”