Jenny Radelet

Producer, 'The Treatment'

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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

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

from The Treatment

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)

Leonardo DiCaprio: The Wolf of Wall Street

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."

Gia Coppola: Palo Alto

"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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