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Perfect Indignation

Today’s Perfect Moment is a strange one. Having read my previous posts, you might conclude that for me to call it strange, it must really be out there.  328 more words

Aspirations, Reflections, Perfection

God's Remarkable Response to David's Sin

Psalm 38 finds David in a low place, brought low by his sin. Whereas in other Psalms he lays claim on his innocence and seeks deliverance, here he bemoans of his guilt. 473 more words


Indignation by ErikRoldan1

This photo was taken right at the perfect time and place. We watch an elderly man protesting against the corruption of the Spanish banks headquartered in Barcelona… 6 more words


Sundance: Logan Lerman's 'Indignation' Bought by Lionsgate

Lionsgate’s Summit Entertainment has bought North American rights to coming-of-age drama “Indignation,” starring Logan Lerman, following its world premiere at the Sundance Film Festival.

The studio paid $2.5 million for “Indignation,” which marks the directorial debut of former Focus Features co-founder and CEO James Schamus. 167 more words


James Schamus Directorial Debut 'Indignation' Acquired By Lionsgate's Summit Entertainment - Sundance

EXCLUSIVE: In another big Sundance deal, Lionsgate’s Summit Entertainment paid upward of $2.5 million for North American rights to Indignation, the directorial debut of former Focus Features head James Schamus. 237 more words

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Sundance Film Review: 'Indignation'

As co-founder and former CEO of Focus Features, James Schamus was responsible for releasing some of the most elegant and stylish independent films of the past 15 years. 943 more words


'Indignation' Helmer James Schamus Pt 2: 'Brokeback' Oscar Diversity Lessons And Ang Lee's 3D Ali-Frazier Film

EXCLUSIVE: James Schamus today brings his feature directorial debut Indignation to Sundance. Here is the second part of the interview that Deadline began yesterday. Schamus discusses the fast-changing indie film business, the Oscar diversity controversy, the Ang Lee-helmed 3D… 3,322 more words