James L. Brooks

writer, producer and director

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James L. Brooks is a writer, producer and director.

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EXCLUSIVE PODCAST: Longtime television producer James L. Brooks talks The Edge of Seventeen on The Treatment.

James L. Brooks: The Edge of Seventeen

EXCLUSIVE PODCAST: Longtime television producer James L. Brooks talks The Edge of Seventeen on The Treatment.

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The legendary James L. Brooks and veteran animator-director David Silverman talk about making of the Oscar-nominated short film, Maggie Simpson: The Longest Day Care.

The Simpsons Jim Brooks and David Silverman

The legendary James L. Brooks and veteran animator-director David Silverman talk about making of the Oscar-nominated short film, Maggie Simpson: The Longest Day Care.

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