- Screen Reviews
- July 9, 2020
Newly restored, this British dream horror has never looked better.
We visit a garden in Israel tended by adherents of the Baha’i Faith in this stunning documentary.
DJ Noisey travels to Israel and reports on the lively and diverse local Hip Hop scene.
Rufus Wainwright taps his shiny red boots and transports an Isreali crowd to another dimension, or so the transfixed Yifat Grizman figures.
Dror Zahavi’s film gives us a modern view of a dusty brown Tel Aviv, where a suicide bomber falls in love as he waits for a replacement part to complete his mission to blow up an Israeli market.
Digital and independent media have made the struggle between Israel and Hezbollah the most graphically detailed conflict of recent years. But, argues Shelton Hull, it is more important than ever that we not be desensitized by the flood of violent images still coming in every day.
Noam Chomsky’s name is bound to raise hackles on the right and tears of joy on the left. His actual views aren’t as easy to pigeonhole, as James Mann attests.