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January 01, 1990 - November 13, 2012 + The Treatment
Elvis Mitchell hosts writer - director Jim McKay, whose films include GIRLS TOWN and his new film, OUR SONG (which opens Friday, June 15).
Elvis Mitchell hosts filmmakers Chris Hegedus and Jehane Noujaim whose film, Startup.com, is in theatres now.
Elvis Mitchell hosts director Chris Nolan whose films include Following and his new film Memento, which is in theatres now. (This is a rebroadcast of...
Elvis Mitchell hosts KCRW personality, mother, and author, Sandra Tsing Loh. -The Loh Life- on KCRW is Sandra-s weekly semi-autobiographical commentary about life in...
Elvis Mitchell hosts GLUE magazine editor Laurie Pike. Ms. Pike has also written for US, PAPER, BRITISH VOGUE, NATIONAL LAMPOON and is a television...
Elvis Mitchell hosts Iranian director-actor Bahman Farmanara, whose new film (his first in 22 years), Smell of Camphor, Fragrance of Jasmine, is in theatres now.
Elvis Mitchell hosts Tony-award winning playwright David Henry Hwang, author of M. Butterfly, Golden Child and numerous other plays, films and opera-librettos.
Elvis Mitchell hosts acclaimed novelist, television writer and now feature film writer-director Henry Bromell, whose debut feature, Panic, is in theaters now.
Elvis Mitchell talks to actor Steven Weber, from The Weber Show and Wings, about his new Showtime movie, CLUB LAND.
Elvis hosts director Jordan Walker-Pearlman, whose feature film debut, THE VISIT, opens Friday, April 20th.
Elvis welcomes director Ted Demme, whose films include WHO'S THE MAN?, THE REF, and his new film BLOW, which opens Friday, April 6.
Elvis Mitchell hosts Geoffrey Gilmore, Director of Film Festival Programming, and Co-Director of the Sundance Film Festival.
-L.A. Times- film critic Kenneth Turan and -Wall Street Journal- film critic Joe Morgenstern join "New York Times" film critic Elvis Mitchell to discuss the...
Elvis Mitchell hosts director Chris Nolan whose films include Following and his new film, Memento.
Elvis Mitchell hosts comedian Richard Lewis whose new book is "The OTHER Great Depression."