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January 01, 1990 - February 19, 2013 + The Treatment
Elvis Mitchell hosts director Charles Stone, III (Drumline, Paid in Full) whose new film is Mr. 3000.
Elvis Mitchell hosts Gourmet's Editor-in-Chief, Ruth Reichl, about the magazine's September issue which is dedicated to food and movies.
Elvis Mitchell hosts Vanity Fair cultural critic James Wolcott, whose new book is Attack Poodles and Other Media Mutants: The Looting of the News in...
Elvis Mitchell hosts a remembrance of Oscar-winning film music composer Elmer Bernstein, speaking with Bernstein's son, composer Peter Bernstein, and his colleague, director John Landis.
As the final installment of Television Month on The Treatment, Elvis Mitchell hosts actor Walton Goggins from The Shield.
Elvis Mitchell hosts writer-producers Ron Cowen and Dan Lipman, creators of the American version of Queer as Folk on Showtime.
As we continue with Television Month, Elvis Mitchell hosts actor-writer-comedian Dave Thomas, one of the creative forces behind SCTV, now on DVD.
To kick off Television Month, Elvis Mitchell hosts comedian/actor/writer Jay Mohr, whose new book is Gasping For Airtime: Two Years in the Trenches of Saturday...
Elvis Mitchell hosts director Bronwen Hughes (Forces of Nature, Harriet the Spy) whose new film, Stander, is the true story of a cop turned rebel...
Elvis Mitchell hosts documentary filmmakers Joe Berlinger and Bruce Sinofsky (Paradise Lost 2, Brother's Keeper), whose new film Metallica: Some Kind of Monster is an...
Elvis Mitchell hosts documentary filmmaker Stacy Peralta (Dogtown and Z-Boys), whose new film Riding Giants details the origins and history of surf culture.
Elvis Mitchell hosts producer Jerry Bruckheimer, whose many, many film and television credits include C.S.I., The Amazing Race, American Gigolo, Beverly Hills Cop, Top Gun,...
Elvis Mitchell hosts Emmy Award-winning artist Gary Baseman, creator and executive producer of the critically acclaimed animated television show and feature film Teacher's Pet.
Elvis Mitchell hosts Eric Nakamura and Martin Wong, editors and publishers of the Asian and Asian-American pop culture magazine Giant Robot.
Elvis Mitchell hosts filmmaker Alfonso Cuar-n (Y Tu Mama Tambien, A Little Princess) whose new film is Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban.