The Flat (2011)

by: Lorena Sander

Documentarians often seek objectivity with various levels of success. Arnon Goldfinger’s remarkable film The Flat throws it out the window by turning the camera on the documentarian himself, and the results are extraordinary. Goldfinger, the […]

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Hank & Cupcakes / Sweet Potion

by: Diego Martínez

Photo by: Primavera Ruiz, Melanie Willey, Pablo Montejo Israel’s Ariel “Hank” Scherbacovsky and Sagit “Cupcakes” Shir are just the perfect couple if you want to get a good party started. They’ve got an infectious sound, […]

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Gay and Glossy

by: Kristóf Yosef Steiner

Meet Dvir Bar, Editor in Chief of F.O.D., Tel Aviv’s man loving magazine After the Gay Times readers voted Tel Aviv as the best gay city of the world it was just a question of […]

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Israel <3 Iran – A Facebook revolution for peace

by: Kristóf Yosef Steiner

Just a few days after Israel’s Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu and U.S. President Barack Obama stated: Iran will have to face the consequences of not cooperating with the United Nations about their atomic energy research; […]

Tags: Iran, Israel, Kabbalah, kristof steiner, Kristóf Yosef Steiner, Middle East, peace, Yehuda Berg
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Madonna fans for the Peace in The Middle East

by: Kristóf Yosef Steiner

Whoever thinks that word peace could ever come from war clearly never understood the meaning of love. But Madonna’s new single (the one with Nicki Minaj and M.I.A. screaming “L.U.V.”) made it’s way to changing […]

Tags: Israel, Kristóf Yosef Steiner, Kylie Minogue, Lady Gaga, Madonna, peace, Tel Aviv, War, worldpeace
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by: Blaine Skrainka

Egypt’s now iconic Tahrir Square is in its fifth day of resurgent protests after the resignation of civilian leader, Prime Minister Essam Sharaf. The Egyptian people remain deeply dissatisfied with the traditional power structure that […]

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