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Jerusalem-born Natalie was promoting her film A Tale of Love and Darkness, which she wrote, stars in and directed.

The film, which tells the childhood story of Israeli author Amos Oz, boasts a script entirely in Hebrew.

And she said her own experiences as a child actor came in handy as she worked with Amir Tessler, who plays the young Amos, revealing she used tricks such as telling the boy there was an ice-cream van outside to keep his enthusiasm high.

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Sometimes it can be subverted to fear-mongering and like ‘Another Holocaust is going to happen’.

"She claimed the focus should now be on engendering an understanding that hatred exists against all kinds of people and to use this knowledge as something that encourages empathy, as opposed to paranoia.

The Oscar-winning star was announcing the winner of Best Director alongside director Ron Howard when she highlighted that fact the five nominees were all male after the surprising snub for The moment arrived after an empowering speech from Oprah Winfrey which had the entire audience on their feet; she was this year's recipient of the Cecil B. This year's ceremony is hosted by Seth Meyers whose opening monologue directly addressed the sexual harassment scandal to have rocked Hollywood in recent months, featuring a shocking joke about Harvey Weinstein which drew gasps from the audience.

Hollywood star Natalie Portman is no longer a vegan.

Actress Natalie Portman has announced that she will not attend the June awards ceremony of the so-called "Jewish Nobel" prize there despite winning the honor, the Genesis Prize Foundation said Thursday.

"My decision not to attend the Genesis Prize ceremony has been mischaracterized by others. I chose not to attend because I did not want to appear as endorsing Benjamin Netanyahu, who was to be giving a speech at the ceremony.

The observant Israel-born Oscar-winner, who moved to France in 2014 after her husband Benjamin Millepied was made the Paris Opera Ballet's director of dance, also pointed out the French are obsessed with etiquette to the point of absurdity.

The actress, who is worth million, said: 'A friend of mine taught me that when you go in some place you have to say "bonjour" before you say anything else, then you have to wait two seconds before you say something else.

I think it needs to be taught, and I can’t speak for everyone because this was my personal education.“We need to be reminded that hatred exists at all times and reminds us to be empathetic to other people that have experienced hatred also.

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