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The Treatment

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The Treatment

The Treatment

KCRW

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In-depth interviews with the most innovative & influential people in entertainment, art, and pop culture. Hosted by film critic Elvis Mitchell, at KCRW.com.

Latest Episodes

Kenya Barris: '#blackAF'

Kenya Barris followers may think his hit sitcom ‘Blackish’ is autobiographical, but his new netflix series ‘#blackAF’ cuts much closer to the bone. He raises the stakes by starring in this show as well — so you know exactly who to blame,...

28 MIN5 d ago
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Kenya Barris: '#blackAF'

Stella Meghie: 'The Photograph'

Writer and director Stella Meghie has moved her strengths — verbal aggression, a revealing eye for wardrobe, distinctive perspectives for characters, narrative driven by women — from comedy to drama with her newest film, ‘The Photograph’.

28 MIN1 w ago
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Stella Meghie: 'The Photograph'

Alice Wu: 'The Half of It'

With just two films -- 'Saving Face' and her newest, 'The Half of It', director Alice Wu has found a way to play with triangles – three-sided romantic relationships, emotional threesomes and the self splintered into trios. She talks about how...

28 MIN2 w ago
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Alice Wu: 'The Half of It'

Scott Sternberg: Entireworld

When designer Scott Sternberg shut his clothing line band of outsiders to create a brand, Entireworld, that was strictly about ease and e-commerce rather than formality and brick-and-mortar stores, he had no idea that the new concept would fit so...

28 MIN3 w ago
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Scott Sternberg: Entireworld

Mark Romanek: 'Tales from the Loop'

To help him realize his vision for the Amazon fantasy-drama series, “Tales from the Loop," director Mark Romanek (“One Hour Photo,” “Never Let Me Go”) brought a group of feature-film behind-the-scenes artisans who’ve never worked in TV...

28 MINAPR 21
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Mark Romanek: 'Tales from the Loop'

Jason Segel: ‘Dispatches from Elsewhere'

When the documentary/performance piece they institute caught the attention of Jason Segel, he decided to turn it into a shape shifting drama series about the need for community. The result, which he wrote and stars in, is ‘Dispatches from...

28 MINMAR 18
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Jason Segel: ‘Dispatches from Elsewhere'

Max Brooks: ‘Germ Warfare: A Very Graphic History’

Author and crisis historian Max Brooks (‘World War Z’, ‘Harlem Hellfighters’) brings his affinity to translating dystopian scenarios into compelling narrative with his project, ‘Germ Warfare: A Very Graphic History’.

28 MINMAR 10
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Max Brooks: ‘Germ Warfare: A Very Graphic History’

Dee Rees: 'The Last Thing He Wanted'

In a handful of features, including 'Mudbound,' which made her only the second African-American woman ever to get a screenwriting Oscar nomination, writer-director Dee Rees has centered on stories about family that can confound us. Even when they're...

28 MINMAR 4
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Dee Rees: 'The Last Thing He Wanted'

Lawrence Grobel: 'Conversations with Brando'

In 1979, master interviewer Lawrence Grobel's conversation with Marlon Brando changed the shape of the magazine celebrity profile. Grobel got the rights to the article back and has published an extended version of the interview as the book...

28 MINFEB 24
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Lawrence Grobel: 'Conversations with Brando'

Sam Wasson: 'The Big Goodbye'

In author and cultural historian Sam Wasson's new book, 'The Big Goodbye', he tells us that the 1970s ended in Hollywood in 1974, with the release of the epochal film 'Chinatown'. He takes us inside the chaotic and creative environment that brought...

28 MINFEB 22
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Sam Wasson: 'The Big Goodbye'

Latest Episodes

Kenya Barris: '#blackAF'

Kenya Barris followers may think his hit sitcom ‘Blackish’ is autobiographical, but his new netflix series ‘#blackAF’ cuts much closer to the bone. He raises the stakes by starring in this show as well — so you know exactly who to blame,...

28 MIN5 d ago
Comments
Kenya Barris: '#blackAF'

Stella Meghie: 'The Photograph'

Writer and director Stella Meghie has moved her strengths — verbal aggression, a revealing eye for wardrobe, distinctive perspectives for characters, narrative driven by women — from comedy to drama with her newest film, ‘The Photograph’.

28 MIN1 w ago
Comments
Stella Meghie: 'The Photograph'

Alice Wu: 'The Half of It'

With just two films -- 'Saving Face' and her newest, 'The Half of It', director Alice Wu has found a way to play with triangles – three-sided romantic relationships, emotional threesomes and the self splintered into trios. She talks about how...

28 MIN2 w ago
Comments
Alice Wu: 'The Half of It'

Scott Sternberg: Entireworld

When designer Scott Sternberg shut his clothing line band of outsiders to create a brand, Entireworld, that was strictly about ease and e-commerce rather than formality and brick-and-mortar stores, he had no idea that the new concept would fit so...

28 MIN3 w ago
Comments
Scott Sternberg: Entireworld

Mark Romanek: 'Tales from the Loop'

To help him realize his vision for the Amazon fantasy-drama series, “Tales from the Loop," director Mark Romanek (“One Hour Photo,” “Never Let Me Go”) brought a group of feature-film behind-the-scenes artisans who’ve never worked in TV...

28 MINAPR 21
Comments
Mark Romanek: 'Tales from the Loop'

Jason Segel: ‘Dispatches from Elsewhere'

When the documentary/performance piece they institute caught the attention of Jason Segel, he decided to turn it into a shape shifting drama series about the need for community. The result, which he wrote and stars in, is ‘Dispatches from...

28 MINMAR 18
Comments
Jason Segel: ‘Dispatches from Elsewhere'

Max Brooks: ‘Germ Warfare: A Very Graphic History’

Author and crisis historian Max Brooks (‘World War Z’, ‘Harlem Hellfighters’) brings his affinity to translating dystopian scenarios into compelling narrative with his project, ‘Germ Warfare: A Very Graphic History’.

28 MINMAR 10
Comments
Max Brooks: ‘Germ Warfare: A Very Graphic History’

Dee Rees: 'The Last Thing He Wanted'

In a handful of features, including 'Mudbound,' which made her only the second African-American woman ever to get a screenwriting Oscar nomination, writer-director Dee Rees has centered on stories about family that can confound us. Even when they're...

28 MINMAR 4
Comments
Dee Rees: 'The Last Thing He Wanted'

Lawrence Grobel: 'Conversations with Brando'

In 1979, master interviewer Lawrence Grobel's conversation with Marlon Brando changed the shape of the magazine celebrity profile. Grobel got the rights to the article back and has published an extended version of the interview as the book...

28 MINFEB 24
Comments
Lawrence Grobel: 'Conversations with Brando'

Sam Wasson: 'The Big Goodbye'

In author and cultural historian Sam Wasson's new book, 'The Big Goodbye', he tells us that the 1970s ended in Hollywood in 1974, with the release of the epochal film 'Chinatown'. He takes us inside the chaotic and creative environment that brought...

28 MINFEB 22
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Sam Wasson: 'The Big Goodbye'
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