Mary Bradley

Producer, The Treatment

KCRW Staff/Producer

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Wry, thoughtful, but not detached,  David Duchovny (House of D, Trust the Man, Bones)  ironic yet emotional approach to acting gave The
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David Duchovny

Wry, thoughtful, but not detached, David Duchovny (House of D, Trust the Man, Bones) ironic yet emotional approach to acting gave The X-Files a center and also grounds his satiric…

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From Little Man Tate to Out of Sight, screenwriter Scott Frank  (Get Shorty, Minority Report) has written scripts about emotional honesty in intense situations.  His first film as…

Scott Frank

From Little Man Tate to Out of Sight, screenwriter Scott Frank (Get Shorty, Minority Report) has written scripts about emotional honesty in intense situations.  His first film as…

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Composer John Frizzell's score have covered a wide and deep expanse, from the excentricity of Office Space to the large-scale registers of Alien Resurrection.  He talks about The…

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Composer John Frizzell's score have covered a wide and deep expanse, from the excentricity of Office Space to the large-scale registers of Alien Resurrection.  He talks about The…

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