Both rival films which competed in the 85th Academy Awards ceremony for best documentary, “The Gatekeepers,” directed by Israeli Dror Moreh, and “5 Broken Cameras,” directed by Palestinian Emad Burnat and Israeli Guy Davidi, have failed to receive the Oscar.
The prize went to “Searching for Sugar Man,” a chronicle of a forgotten musician’s rediscovery, Directed by the Swedish filmmaker Malik Bendjelloul.
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Rabbi Yehuda Glick, who was critically wounded in an assassination attempt several weeks ago, announced he is running “symbolically” on the Likud list for the elections to the Knesset. He is in 33rd place, and he will not be elected unless the party performs a miracle no less than his recovery and wins 33 seats. […]