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 […]Tags: Arnon Goldfinger, Israel, Lorena Sander, SS, The Flat, World War II
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, […]Tags: Diego Martinez, Hank & Cupcakes, Israel, music, music videos, pop, The Wild Magazine, video.
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 […]Tags: Arts & Culture, Dvir Bar, FOD Magazine, Gay and Glossy, Israel, Journalism, Kristóf Yosef Steiner, LGBT, LGBTQ, Magazines, Tel Aviv, The Wild Magazine
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 […]Tags: Aliaa Elmahdy, Arab Awakening, Arab Spring, ART, Blaine Skrainka, Cairo, Egypt, Essam Sharaf, Feminism, Hosni Mubarak, Israel, Naked Defiance, Or Templar, Poltics, Protests, Sexism, Tahrir Square, The Wild Magazine, Women's Right, world