James Schamus

filmmaker

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

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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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