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Gretel, Emanuel and Adolf: representation of Jews in cinema and television in Germany since the fall of the Berlin
Satirical criticism in the movie Al Hodoud (Laham, 1984): yellow car, straight lines and a fake Arab unity
Michal Peek Hemo
Cultural Trauma outbursts and clues for change in the greater common narrative in Uri Zohar's early movies
Imaginary Germans? The Teutonic Order in the East-European cinema: memory, history and politics
Book review: aya ben-dat, between hummer and trauma, between ethics and esthetics: thoughts on 'Life is beautiful' by Roberto Benigni, Resling, 2015
Book review: Sariel Birnbaum, Back to the Past: Filmed History in Arab Cinema, Magness, 2015
Omri Yavin, From a Jewish State to an Airport: Foreigners and Immigrants in Contemporary Israeli Cinema
Yael Munk and Dana Massad, “On the political Spheres in Oded Davidoff’s Timrot Ashan
Amit Levy, Valentino’s Sheikh: Cinematic Contradictions and the Shape of American Orientalism
Siegfried Kracauer, From Caligari to Hitler: Introduction
* Hilla Lavie and Ofer Ashkenazi, Notes on Kracauer’s Psychoanalysis of Weimar Cinema
Michal Pick Hamo on Tali Silberstein, The Making of Soldiers (Resling, 2014)
Talia Alon on Liat Steir-Livni, The Mountain Will Remember, not Me: The New Memory of the Holocaist in Israeli Popular Culture (Resling, 2014)
Kobi Kabalek, "Moral Failure and Critical Memory in Sterne (1959) and Am grünen Strand der Spree (1960)"
Naama Shefi, "Brutal Reality in Soft Focus: the Israeli Reception of the Cinematic Adaptation of Jakob der Lügner, Die Blechtrommel, and Mephisto"
Dor Yaakobi, "American Gladiator: the Heritage of Ancient Rome in American Popular Culture"
Valerie Weinstein, "Performing Masculinity in the Third Reich: Lilian Harvey’s Hosenrolle in Capriccio (1938)"
Yael Ben-Zvi Morad, "The Aesthetics of Guilt: on Responsibility in Israeli Films"
Stephen Brockmann, "The Rise of Nazism in Early East German Cinema"
Hilla Lavie, "The 'Nazis' of the Israeli Fiction Film: a Dialog between Cinema and Holocaust Historiography in Israel"
Yael Ben Moshe, "Artificial Suspense in Valkyrie"
David Shperber, "Montage Interdit: Yael Bartana's Polish Trilogy"
Yonatan Gan Or, "Blood, Sweat and Laughter: The Second World War in Monty Python's The Flying Circus"
Tobias Ebbrecht Hartmann, "History and Justice in Erwin Leiser's Eichmann und das Dritte Reich (1961)"
Todd Herzog, "'What shall the history books read?': The Debate over Inglourious Basterds and the Limits of Representation"
Yochai Ataria, "Men in Crisis: American Cinema in the Post-Vietnam Era"
Gitit Holzman and Gilad Zuckerman, "Defeated Israeli Soldiers on the Screen: Comparative Analysis of Waltz with Bashir(2008) and Halfon Hill (1976)"
Nissim Notrika, "Films of Flattering Sensibility: Contemporary Film Criticism in Israel"
Gerd Gemünden, From Chicago on the Spree to Weimar on the Pacific
Rick McCormick, Romantic Comedy and the Hitler-Stalin Pact: Billy Wilder and Ninotchka (USA 1939)
Ulrike Weckel, Weal and Woe of "Erotic Fraterization" in Postwar Germany: A Foreign Affair as Billy Wilder’s Alternative to Reproachful Reeducation
Aner Preminger, Walk on Water or Play God? Contemporary Israeli Filmmakers and the "Meaning" of the Holocaust
Yochai Ataria, Make Music, Not War: Berlin as a Metaphor for Post-Modernity in Run Lola Run
Gabriel Cavaglion, Puer Aeternus: Fellini’s Male Protagonists in Historical Context
Jakob F. Dittmar, Comics and History: Myth-making versus Historisation
Nicholas Baer, he Dialectic of the Aufklärungsfilm: Essentialism and Nominalism in Richard Oswald’s Anders als die Andern (1919)
Michal Goren, This is the Land (1935): The Poetics of Zionism
Yaara Levin-Freiman and Dafna Levin- De Bushi, Sexuality and Gender in Avatar (2009)
Moshe Zimmermann, Remembering the Recent Past: Tropes of National-Socialism in post-War German Cinema
Udi Greenberg, Holocaust and Repression: The Collective Unconscious in Lars von Trier's Zentropa
Azrikam Amram, Holocaust and Laughter: Hollywood's Comedies about Nazism
Yiftach Ashkenazi, PTSD, Yes, but Who Really Has it? On Trauma and Responsibility in Waltz with Bashir
(an answer to Ori Swed's From Crucifixion to Coma, Slil, Summer 2009)
Hagai Barnea, Reality as Critique: Television News in Hollywood Films
Hadi Shchib Kassem, The United States' Role in World War II and the Representation of Nazi Germany in Hollywood
Yemima Ayala Cohen, 'In den Ruinen von Berlin': Hollywood and the Changing of American Policy towards Germany, 1943-1949
Matan Aharoni, Cultural Transfer, Identity Loss, and Identity Acquisition in Haim Bouzaglo's Fictitious Marriage
Ori Swed From Crucifixion to Coma: Pain and Fantasy in Waltz with Bashir
Mark Volovici, Charming Heroism: Sophie Scholl, The Final Days and the Memory of anti-Nazi Resistance in Contemporary Germany
Yohai Levinstein, The Return of History as a Fantasy: Akira Kurosawa's Throne of Blood and Shakespeare's Macbeth
David Be'eri, The Expressionist Movement and the Visual Imagery of Weimar Film: A Reconsideration
Jonathan Tomkins, Donald Duck in Uniforms: American Animation in WWII
Hagar Levi, The ‘Algerian Syndrome’ in French Cinema
Hemi Sheinblat, Paths of Glory and the Cultural Heritage of World War I
Talma Harpaz-Gilboa, Fathers and Sons in post-1990 Chinese Cinema
Rivka Kanarik, On Homosexuality in British Cinema
Nisim Notrika, Do We Need more Film Schools? Teaching Film in Israeli Higher Education
Nathaniel Anur, History in Film: Mivtza Yonathan as a Test Case
Ido Ramati, The Myth of the ‘Second Aliya’ in Israeli Public Television
Ben Lev-Kadesh, Anti-Russian Newsreels in WWII Germany
Dafna Dolinko, Trauma and Representation in Yiddish Films in Poland
Yiftach Ashkenazi, Borat and Jewish Essentialism
Dovi Arama, Wim Wenders’ Kings of the Road
Carmel Sinof, Alternative Pasts in the New German Film
Miriam Samet, Memory and Sexuality in The Night Porter
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