Also on today's PeekTV: Angie Tribeca, a masterful Philip Roth adaptation and fun being weird.
It's no easy task adapting Philip Roth for the big screen, but James Schamus pulls it off and then some with this knockout character drama.
The film is currently available on DigitalHD and will be available on Blu-ray and DVD on November 8.
Cinematographer Christopher Blauvelt breaks down how he used the latest technology to capture the color palette of early reversal color stock.
Late summer is providing arthouse audiences with a bonanza of strong movies that debuted in Cannes.
Comedy is king at the summer specialty box office, as 'Don't Think Twice' and 'Café Society' expand well.
The distributor-turned-filmmaker claims the medium is on the way out — but that hasn't stopped him from doing something special with it.
In honor of James Schamus' "Indignation," we asked a panel of film critics to name a film they believe to be better than the book from which it was adapted.
Adults are flocking to arthouses as new late summer entries perform and Woody Allen's "Café Society" expands well.
"There are so many things that are accessible about this story from a contemporary perspective, and one of them is that notion of going off to college, finding your people, finding your voice, and having your brain cracked open."
The former distribution executive has directed the kind of movie he used to produce — and Philip Roth's novel comes to life.
What will you see this weekend?
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