Amos Oz

Amos Oz Memorial

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Next Sunday, March 31, a memorial event dedicated to the writer Amos Oz will take place at Temple Sinai in Washington D.C. The tribute, organized by J Street, will feature…

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Natalie Pays Tribute to Amos Oz

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Israeli author Amos Oz, one of the country's most widely acclaimed writers and a pre-eminent voice in its embattled peace movement, died today after a battle with cancer, his daughter…

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ATOLAD screening

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Natalie attended a screening of A Tale of Love and Darkness at the Silicon Valley Jewish Film Festival yesterday, giving a nice surprise to Amos Oz, the author of the memoir on which the film is based. Here we have a photo of the moment, and a video from the facebook page of the festival:



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A Tale of Love and Darkness review

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I’ve written on this site for a little while now. I actually have written reviews for a good chunk of my life, and I contribute both film and music reviews to the Toronto E-Zine for the past few years. Having said that, I have been fortunate enough to attend a few Toronto International Film Festival screenings, including A Tale of Love and Darkness. Because of this, I will post a review here for all of you to check out.

THERE WILL BE SPOILERS OF SOME SORT. I won’t give away specific details or give away the ending, but if you want to go in blindly, maybe avoid this.


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ATOLAD Tidbits

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  Let's kick off the week with a few A Tale of Love and Darkness news items. - Tablet have a really nice write up of the film's premiere in…

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Gallery Updates

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  We've filled in the gallery with some more new and HQ photos of Natalie's appearance at the UCLA Israel Studies Award presentation yesterday in L.A., courtesy of Just Jared.

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