Lebanon, the Israeli film that was the winner of the Golden Lion Award at the 2009 Venice Film Festival will be out in the UK on May 14.
Written by Samuel Moaz, a former tank gunner left traumatised by his war experiences, the film follows Shmuel the gunner, Assi the commander, Herzl the loader and Yigal the driver during the first Lebanon war 1982.
Their lone tank is dispatched to search a hostile town that has already been bombarded by the Israel Air Force.
The Jonas Brothers won over America's tweens with their clean-cut smiles and won over their parents with their Christian values.
Now Jewish girls have their own teen hearthrobs, The Moshiach Times Band. The Miami-based band include lead vocalist Tzadik Slomianski, bassist Jesse Salver, pianist and guitarist Navi Slomianski and drummer Elijah Salver.
This is their latest single 'One Mitzvah at a Time'.
Israeli artist Aviv Geffen, whose music has comfortably outsold Madonna, Coldplay and U2 in Israel is launching his first English language album, and has now released his debut English single "It was meant to be a love song."
Aviv is currently devoting his time to political music, and his recent single ‘Everybody’s Child’ is currently is intended to put pressure on the Israeli government to bring home soldier hostage Gilad Shalit.
The singer is donating all profits from the song to the campaign for Shalit’s release and urging people to help bring the soldier home.