At 77, Amos Oz delivers “Judas” set in Jerusalem in 1959-60. It’s one of the most triumphant novels of a magnificent career.
For her directorial debut, Natalie Portman has adapted Amos Oz’s “A Tale of Love and Darkness.” The result is a labor of love and, for the audience, sometimes a labor of patience.
Israeli writer Amos Oz announced that, to protest what he sees as extremist government policies, he will no longer participate in Israeli embassy-sponsored events.
As Carla Fiornia trumped Donald Trump in Wednesday’s GOP debate, Masha Leon recalled another speech, in which the then-Hewlett-Packard CEO quoted Amos Oz.
Oscar-winning actress Natalie Portman made her directorial debut with a film sympathetic to the Holocaust-haunted refugees who founded her native Israel, but she bristles at the idea that the portrayal might be patriotic.
Whether you’re a die hard Amos Oz fan or just love Natalie Portman, this one’s for you. The first trailer for the actress’s adaption of ‘A Tale of Love and Darkness’ has just been released.
Natalie Portman, queen of the Jews, is on the cover of The Hollywood Reporter. Here are 5 things we learned, including what she things of Bibi and her favorite Jewish TV shows.
The prestigious Israel Prize for Literary Scholarship will not be awarded this year after controversy over the makeup of the judges’ panel.
Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu backed down in a fight over Israel’s most prestigious arts and sciences award on Friday, saying he would not meddle in the prize days after removing several of its judges for not reflecting “Israeli society.”