Jenny Radelet

Producer, 'The Treatment'

KCRW Staff/Producer

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"The sixth character was alcohol," journalist Mark Harris says of "Five Came Back," about five directors who filmed from the WWII trenches.

Mark Harris: Five Came Back: A Story of Hollywood and the Second World War

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Following Django Unchained and The Great Gatsby, actor Leonardo DiCaprio continues to explore the corruption of the American Dream in The Wolf of Wall Street. (Repeat)

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"It feels like being in love with someone who doesn't love back." Gia Coppola talks about the experience of making her first film, "Palo Alto."

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