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The Treatment

By KCRW, Elvis Mitchell

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Description

The Treatment is a weekly journey into the heart of film led by film critic Elvis Mitchell. From an array of film industry guests, Elvis highlights one each week  discussing topics from film inspirations to inner personal conflicts. With a straightforward style that understates his vast knowledge, Elvis extracts depth and insight from his many guests including Dustin Hoffman, Quentin Tarantino and Oprah Winfrey. Subscribe to KCRW’s The Treatment! News and Events   The Black List, Volume 2 , the acclaimed documentary by Elvis Mitchell and Timothy Greenfield-Sanders, features interviews with Laurence Fishburne, Massachusetts Gov. Deval Patrick, Melvin Van Peebles, Maya Rudolph and RZA. To learn more about The Black List, visit www.blacklistproject.com and www.onemillionstories.org . You can also listen to Elvis and Timothy talk about their project on this recent edition of KCRW's Politics of Culture.

Customer Reviews

Love this podcast

Great, great podcast. Elvis Mitchell is an amazing host, both incredibly erudite but also has a lot of fun with his guest. A joy to listen to.

Expert Interviewer

I wish I had a 10th the charisma that Elvis has. He is a great interviewer and very perceptive. Enjoy.

MoreTreatment Needed

This podcast is insightful, descriptive and honest with an educational standpoint on screenwriting and film making without it being about the podcaster but instead the person being interviewed. More Treatments needed to get it up the chart. :)