The story of asylum seekers in Israel held in the so-called "open" detention facility of "Holot", is now in the spotlight of a new theatrical company, comprised of both migrants and Israeli actors.
Why are there no women leading American Late Night shows? From Lena Dunham, through Tina Fey to Amy Schumer, funny women are heading their own shows, but not the leading talk shows. Yet.
Hosting journalists Martin Himel and Uri Misgav in studio on Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu's efforts to keep the status-quo and the ongoing tensions between Israel and Hamas
A debate with i24news correspondents Shai Ben Ari, Ayman Sikseck and Shachar Peled on the last few months which show an increase in violence and racism in the Israeli society
With the boundaries of age, TV formats, and taste being pushed all the time, how much is too much? Correspondents Shachar Peled and Ayman Sikseck debate
The New York based Israeli start-up scene is growing, as Tel Aviv lags behind
Clint Eastwood's latest, "American Sniper", is breaking records in the box office, not without controversy, as filmmakers criticize the idealization of snipers in war zones
The first ever film to deal with violence and sexual abuse against Palestinian women is screened across Israel by taboo-breaking Palestinian filmmaker Abir Hadad
Culture correspondent Shachar Peled on Amy Schumer's television success and the growing number of gay women couples on screen