James Schamus

filmmaker

Guest

Director, screenwriter, producer; former president of Focus Features and a regular collaborator with director Ang Lee.

James Schamus on KCRW

Director James Schamus visits The Treatment to chat about his directorial debut in the adaptation of the Philip Roth novel Indignation.

James Schamus: Indignation

Director James Schamus visits The Treatment to chat about his directorial debut in the adaptation of the Philip Roth novel Indignation.

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James Schamus has long been a huge figure in the world of independent film.

'Indignation' director James Schamus

James Schamus has long been a huge figure in the world of independent film.

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