Ray Guarna

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KCRW’s Bob Carlson and Matt Holzman introduce you to the show Matt hosts and produces – The Document – which mines great stories from the raw footage of documentaries present, past and…

KCRW Selects: The Document

KCRW’s Bob Carlson and Matt Holzman introduce you to the show Matt hosts and produces – The Document – which mines great stories from the raw footage of documentaries present, past and…

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Screenwriter and director Paul Haggis on his new film Third Person, his first since his public break with the Church of Scientology.

Paul Haggis on ‘Third Person’ and Leaving Scientology

Screenwriter and director Paul Haggis on his new film Third Person, his first since his public break with the Church of Scientology.

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Filmmaker Guillermo del Toro on what he’s learned from failure and how he navigates the rocky waters of the film business.

Guillermo del Toro on the Movie Biz, Failure and Saying 'No!'

Filmmaker Guillermo del Toro on what he’s learned from failure and how he navigates the rocky waters of the film business.

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