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January 01, 1990 - October 05, 2012 + The Treatment
Elvis Mitchell hosts Academy Award winning writer-director Bill Condon -- writer of Chicago and writer-director of Gods and Monsters (for which he won the Oscar...
Elvis Mitchell hosts television writer-director-creator J.J. Abrams (Felicity, Alias) whose new series is Lost on ABC.
Elvis Mitchell hosts Los Angeles-based fashion designer James Perse.
Elvis Mitchell hosts writer-director Alexander Payne and writer Jim Taylor, whose films include Citizen Ruth, Election, About Schmidt and their new film Sideways.
Elvis Mitchell hosts recording artist, journalist and record producer Davitt Sigerson, talking about his debut novel, Faithful.
Elvis Mitchell hosts director Walter Salles (Central Station) whose new film is The Motorcycle Diaries.
Elvis Mitchell hosts writer Fran Lebowitz (Metropolitan Life and Social Studies), whose long-awaited book Progress is excerpted in the current issue of Vanity Fair magazine.
Elvis Mitchell hosts actor John C. Reilly (Boogie Nights, Magnolia, The Hours, Chicago) whose current film is Criminal.
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.