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This Week on DVD: Eisenberg Meets Dostoyevsky in 'The Double'

'The Double' is worth the DVD viewing, no jokes at DC Comics, Emoji first lines, and recapping 'God's Not Dead' -- all in our roundup today.


MoMA's New Directors/New Films Festival Kicks Off With Bookish Flair

If you're in the New York area between March 19 and 30, you may want to sneak over to MoMA's New Directors/New Films to sample some unique storytelling you're unlikely to find elsewhere.


Sundance 2014 By the Books: Le Carré, Dostoevsky, Ebert, and More

Signature has scoured the 2014 Sundance lineup and pulled out the book-based films screening in Park City that we’re most excited about seeing.


The Marriage Plot Heads for the Big Screen: What's Behind Hollywood's 19th Century Novel Infatuation?

Hollywood seems to be getting serious in its on-again, off-again romance with the nineteenth-century novel.


Dostoevsky’s ‘The Double’: Soon to Star Jesse Eisenberg and Mia Wasikowska

Fyodor Dostoevsky: Not exactly the name that comes to mind when one thinks of written works primed and ready for adaptation.


'Submarine' Director, Richard Ayoade, Delves into Dostoevsky's The Double

Ayoade hardly fits the profile of the dark and brooding artist you'd expect to wade into the bleak and beautiful moral murk of a Fyodor Dostoevsky adaptation.