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…

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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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