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January 01, 1990 - May 10, 2012 + The Treatment
Elvis Mitchell talks to director Rodrigo Garcia about his new film as director, Albert Nobbs, starring Academy Award nominees Glenn Close and Janet McTeer.
Elvis Mitchell talks to comedian, actor, and "celebrant" Patton Oswalt about his milestone year, which yielded an incredible performance in Young Adult, as well as...
Elvis Mitchell engages with writer/director/novelist John Ridley about Red Tails, his new film as writer, as well as the singular experience of being black in...
WEB EXCLUSIVE: Elvis’ full-length interview with the Director of the Sundance Film Festival, John Cooper, and Director of Programming, Trevor Groth.
Elvis Mitchell talks to director John Landis about his new book, Monsters in the Movies, a visually rich history of the presence and evolution of...
Elvis Mitchell sits down with writer/director Oren Moverman to discuss his latest film, Rampart, in theaters February 10.
Elvis Mitchell talks with Academy Award-winning animation director Brad Bird about his first live-action feature, Mission:Impossible - Ghost Protocol.
Elvis Mitchell speaks with writer/director Dee Rees about her first feature film, Pariah.
Elvis talks to writer Steve Stoliar about the 15th anniversary expanded edition of his memoir, Raised Eyebrows: My Years Inside Groucho's House.
Elvis Mitchell sits down with WTF podcast host Marc Maron to discuss comedy, tragedy, and getting people to talk about it.
Elvis Mitchell talks to artist and director Steve McQueen about his new film, "Shame."
Elvis Mitchell as he hosts David Cronenberg for a master class in the origins of psychoanalysis and an up-close look at Cronenberg's constant evolution as...
Elvis Mitchell talks to Vanity Fair cultural critic James Wolcott about his new memoir, Lucking Out: My Life Getting Down and Semi-Dirty in Seventies New...
Elvis Mitchell talks to actor, director, and playwright Alan Alda about his new play, Radiance: The Passion of Marie Curie, now at the Geffen Playhouse...
Is punk rock conducive to fatherhood? Andrea Blaugrund Nevins discusses punk's industrialization, its violent romanticism and its continually regenerating audience.