Tate Taylor

filmmaker

Guest

Writer/director of the new movie The Help, based on the book by Kathryn Stockett

Tate Taylor on KCRW

Childhood Friends Take 'The Help' from Bestseller to Big Screen

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Today’s entire show looks deeply at the Boyle Heights neighborhood of LA.

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"A Quiet Place II" picks up where the original--the very original original--left off.

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