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The Treatment

English, Cinema industry, 1 seasons, 71 episodes, 2 days 13 hours 27 minutes
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Every week, host Elvis Mitchell conducts in-depth interviews with the most innovative and influential people working in entertainment, art, and pop culture.
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Daniel Dae Kim, Sam Esmail, and David Oyelowo on The Treat

Daniel Dae Kim talks Avatar: The Last Airbender,” Sam Esmail creates spaces for Julia Roberts to challenge herself, and David Oyelowo has The Treat.
24/02/202450 minutes 34 seconds
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Reinaldo Marcus Green, Cord Jefferson, and Daniel Dae Kim on The Treat

Reinaldo Marcus Green talks about portraying a legend in “Bob Marley: One Love,” Cord Jefferson breaks down his Oscar-nominated debut film “American Fiction,” and Daniel Dae Kim has “The Treat.”
17/02/202450 minutes 34 seconds
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Jonathan Glazer, Eugene Hernandez, and Sam Pollard on The Treat

This week on The Treatment, Elvis sits down with Oscar-nominated director Jonathan Glazer to talk about his 2023 Best Picture contender, The Zone of Interest. Next, Sundance Film Festival director Eugene Hernandez joins to discuss the future of independent film. And for The Treat, director Sam Pollard talks about the music that “opened up” his brain.
10/02/202450 minutes 34 seconds
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Da’Vine Joy Randolph, Lulu Wang, and David Levien and Brian Koppelman on The Treat

This week on The Treatment, Elvis sits down with Golden Globe winner and Oscar nominee Da’Vine Joy Randolph, who is up for Best Supporting Actress for her role in Alexander Payne’s 2023 film The Holdovers. Then, director and showrunner Lulu Wang talks about her new Prime Video series Expats, starring Nicole Kidman. And for The Treat, Billions co-creators David Levien and Brian Koppelman talk about a dark 1990 film that changed the way they saw movies.
03/02/202450 minutes 34 seconds
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Dan Levy, Andrew Haigh, and Leslie Odom, Jr. on The Treat

This week on The Treatment, Elvis sits down with Emmy-winning writer, director, and actor Dan Levy, whose follow up to the much loved comedy series Schitt’s Creek is the Netflix film Good Grief. Levy wrote, directed and stars in the film. Next, director Andrew Haigh joins to talk about his latest film, the high-concept drama All of Us Strangers. And on The Treat, Tony winning actor Leslie Odom, Jr. talks about a rapper he’d like to see on Broadway.
27/01/202450 minutes 34 seconds
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Brad Falchuk, Laurent Bouzereau, and Dorsay Alavi on The Treat

Brad Falchuk on “The Brothers Sun,” Laurent Bouzereau on Steven Spielberg, and Dorsay Alavi on The Treat. 
20/01/202450 minutes 34 seconds
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Taraji P. Henson, Ava DuVernay, and Greg Daniels on The Treat

This week on The Treatment, Elvis welcomes actress Taraji P. Henson, a recent SAG Award nominee in the category of Outstanding Performance by a Cast in a Motion Picture for the musical adaptation of Alice Walker’s 1982 novel The Color Purple. Next, Origin director Ava DuVernay talks about adapting the book Caste: The Origins of Our Discontents by Isabel Wilkerson. And on the Treat, Upload creator Greg Daniels talks about that rare source of comedy inspiration: books.
13/01/202450 minutes 34 seconds
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Colman Domingo, Rashida Jones and Roddy Bogawa on The Treat

This week on The Treatment, Elvis welcomes Emmy winner and Golden Globe nominee Colman Domingo, who’s currently starring in both the biopic Rustin and the musical adaptation of The Color Purple. Next, actress Rashida Jones talks about the Hulu series The Other Black Girl, which she produced. And on The Treat, Have You Got it Yet? director Roddy Bogawa talks about a “punk rock” documentary that “hijacked” his life.
06/01/202450 minutes 34 seconds
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Hua Hsu, Bethann Hardison, Frédéric Tcheng, and Kemp Powers on The Treat

This week on The Treatment, Elvis welcomes Pulitzer Prize-winning writer Hua Hsu, whose memoir Stay True — about grief, friendship, and identity — is now out in paperback. Then, co-directors <a href="https://www.thehistorymakers.org/biography/bethann-hardison" target="_blank" data-saferedirecturl="https://www.google.com/url?q=https://www.thehistorymakers.org/biography/bethann-h
29/12/202350 minutes 34 seconds
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Billie Eilish and Finneas, Benny Safdie, and Elvis Mitchell on the Treat

This week on The Treatment, Elvis welcomes Grammy winners Billie Eilish and Finneas, who talk about their Grammy nominated song “What Was I Made For?” from the 2023 blockbuster film Barbie. Then actor and director Benny Safdie stops by to talk about his role in the Showtime series The Curse. And on The Treat, our own Elvis Mitchell talks about some unconventional Christmas favorites.
23/12/202350 minutes 34 seconds
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David Oyelowo, Brian Helgeland, and Hua Hsu on the treat

This week on The Treatment, Elvis welcomes back actor and producer David Oyelowo, who is currently starring on the Paramount+ series Lawmen: Bass Reeves. Next, director Brian Helgeland stops by to talk about his latest film, the crime drama Finestkind. And on The Treat, Pulitzer Prize winning writer Hua Hsu talks about a jazz saxophonist whose music felt like life.
16/12/202350 minutes 34 seconds
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Noah Hawley, Emma Seligman and Sofia Coppola on The Treat

This week on The Treatment, Elvis sits down with storyteller Noah Hawley, whose series Fargo is now in its fifth installment on FX and Hulu. Then, we re-visit Elvis’ conversation with Bottoms director Emma Seligman. And on The Treat, Priscilla director Sofia Coppola talks about the book that inspired her latest film.
09/12/202350 minutes 34 seconds
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Patrick Stewart, Todd Haynes, and Greta Gerwig on The Treat

This week on The Treatment, Elvis welcomes actor and now author Patrick Stewart, who stops by to talk about his memoir Making It So. Then May December director Todd Haynes joins to discuss his new film starring Julianne Moore and Natalie Portman. And on The Treat, Barbie director Greta Gerwig talks about a 1972 glam rock album that still takes her on a ride.
02/12/202350 minutes 34 seconds
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Greta Gerwig on ‘Barbie’ + Cillian Murphy on ‘Oppenheimer’

This week on The Treatment, “Barbenheimer!” First, Elvis welcomes Greta Gerwig, director of the highly regarded summer box office smash, Barbie. She talks about her cinematic inspirations and how she hopes she hit the mark with her take on the iconic toy. Then, actor Cillian Murphy — star of Oppenheimer — joins to talk about disappearing into the role of “father of the atomic bomb,” J. Robert Oppenheimer.
24/11/202350 minutes 34 seconds
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Sofia Coppola, Thom Zimny, and Zoe Lister-Jones on the Treat

This week on The Treatment, Elvis welcomes back director Sofia Coppola, whose latest project is Priscilla, adapted from the 1986 memoir Elvis and Me by Priscilla Presley. Then, director Thom Zimny talks about his latest documentary Sly about action icon Sylvester Stallone. And for the Treat, Slip creator and star Zoe Lister-Jones reveals an album that kept her company as she worked on the Roku comedy series. 
18/11/202350 minutes 34 seconds
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The team behind ‘Now and Then – The Last Beatles Song,’ Greg Daniels, and Randall Park on The Treat

This week on The Treatment, Elvis welcomes the filmmakers behind the short documentary Now and Then – The Last Beatles Song to break down the making of the Beatles’ recently released “final” song. Then, Greg Daniels, the creator of Prime Video’s Upload (and many other iconic comedies) stops by to talk about the show’s third season. And on the Treat, Shortcomings director Randall Park reveals a favorite album that’s a real trip.
11/11/202350 minutes 34 seconds
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Branford Marsalis, Scott Simon, and Nahnatchka Khan on The Treat

This week on The Treatment, Elvis welcomes Grammy award winning musician and composer Branford Marsalis, whose latest project is the score for the Netflix biopic Rustin. Next, Weekend Edition Saturday host Scott Simon joins to talk about his new audiobook Swingtime for Hitler about the Nazis’ use of jazz music as propaganda. And on The Treat, Totally Killer director Nahnatchka Khan talks about the scary movies she wasn’t allowed to see as a kid (but did anyway).
04/11/202350 minutes 34 seconds
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Brian Koppelman and David Levien, Julia Fox, Numa Perrier on the Treat

Brian Koppelman and David Levien talk ending “Billions,” Julia Fox tells all, and Numa Perrier shares a favorite artist. 
28/10/202350 minutes 34 seconds
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Leslie Odom, Jr., Lorraine Ali, and Owen Wilson on the Treat

This week on The Treatment, Elvis welcomes Tony, Grammy, and Emmy award winning actor Leslie Odom, Jr., — currently starring in the revival of the 1961 Ossie Davis play “Purlie Victorious” on Broadway. Next, LA Times TV critic Lorraine Ali joins to talk about the late Suzanne Somers’ fight for equal pay on Three’s Company, and the ripple effect it caused. And on The Treat, Paint actor Owen Wilson recommends a poet whose work was powerful and accessible.
21/10/202350 minutes 34 seconds
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Daniel Clowes, Rebecca Miller and Emma Seligman on The Treat

This week on The Treatment, Elvis welcomes graphic novelist Daniel Clowes, whose latest book is the mother-daughter drama Monica. Next, writer-director Rebecca Miller joins to discuss her latest film She Came to Me. And on The Treat, Bottoms director Emma Seligman talks about a teen comedy that took its characters’ struggles seriously.
14/10/202350 minutes 34 seconds
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Nahnatchka Khan, Grant Singer, and Ben Kingsley on The Treat

This week on The Treatment, Elvis welcomes director Nahnatchka Khan, whose film Totally Killer is a genre-mashing time machine thriller. Then, director Grant Singer joins to talk about having Benicio del Toro as the star and a co-writer on his feature film debut Reptile. And on The Treat, Oscar-winning actor Sir Ben Kingsley talks about the patterns he pays attention to in life.
07/10/202350 minutes 34 seconds
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Hua Hsu, Bethann Hardison, Frédéric Tcheng, and Kemp Powers on The Treat

This week on The Treatment, Elvis welcomes Pulitzer Prize-winning writer Hua Hsu, whose memoir Stay True — about grief, friendship, and identity — is now out in paperback. Then, co-directors <a href="https://www.thehistorymakers.org/biography/bethann-hardison" target="_blank" data-saferedirecturl="https://www.google.com/url?q=https://www.thehistorymakers.org/biography/bethann-h
30/09/202350 minutes 34 seconds
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Sean Penn on ‘Superpower’ and Ukraine, Zoë Chao talks art on The Treat

This week on The Treatment, Elvis sits down for an extended conversation with Oscar-winner Sean Penn, whose latest directorial effort is the documentary Superpower about Ukrainian president Volodymyr Zelensky. And on The Treat, The Afterparty star Zoë Chao talks about an inspirational artist who keeps it in the family.
23/09/202350 minutes 34 seconds
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Harry Weinger, Mitchell S. Jackson, and Chad Stahelski on the Treat

This week on The Treatment, Elvis sits down with Universal Music Enterprises executive Harry Weinger to talk about the new deluxe edition of Marvin Gaye’s landmark 1973 album Let’s Get it On. Next, Pulitzer Prize-winning writer <a href="https://www.mitchellsjackson.com/bio" target="_blank" data-saferedirecturl="https://www.google.com/url?q=https://www.mitchellsjackson.com/bio&amp;source=gmail&amp;ust=1694897237258000&amp;usg=A
16/09/202350 minutes 34 seconds
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Jake Tapper, Dorsay Alavi, and Cillian Murphy on The Treat

This week on The Treatment, Elvis sits down with journalist, CNN host, and author Jake Tapper to discuss his latest novel, the thriller All The Demons Are Here. Next, filmmaker Dorsay Alavi talks about her film Wayne Shorter: Zero Gravity, which chronicles the late jazz great. And for The Treat, Oppenheimer star Cillian Murphy talks about The Beatles’ “brilliant” song “A Day in the Life,” and why he believes it laid the groundwork for futur
09/09/202350 minutes 34 seconds
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Reggie Rock-Bythewood, Emma Seligman, and Emilio Estevez on The Treat

This week on The Treatment, Elvis sits down with Reggie Rock-Bythewood, creator and showrunner of the Apple TV+ series Swagger, to discuss the show’s innovative way of filming sports action. Next, Bottoms director Emma Seligman talks about executing the highly specific tone of her genre-mashing high school movie.
02/09/202350 minutes 34 seconds
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Randall Park, Dr. Stacy L. Smith, and Timothy Olyphant on The Treat

This week on The Treatment, Elvis sits down with Randall Park whose directorial debut is the adaptation of Adrian Tomine’s graphic novel Shortcomings. Next, Dr. Stacy L. Smith, founder of the <a href="https://annenberg.usc.edu/research/aii" target="_blank" data-saferedirecturl="https://www.google.com/url?q=https://annenberg.usc.edu/research/aii&amp;source=gmail&amp;ust=1693082206755000&amp;usg=AOvVaw3sscDCivgnfeQCaymB6hHt"
26/08/202350 minutes 34 seconds
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Fenton Bailey, Nick de Semlyen, and Cheryl Pawelski on The Treat

This week on The Treatment, Elvis sits down with producer and writer Fenton Bailey to discuss his book ScreenAge: How TV Shaped our Reality, from Tammy Faye to RuPaul’s Drag Race. Then, writer Nick de Semlyen dives into the action hero era in his latest book The Last Action Heroes: The Triumphs, Flops, and Feuds of Hollywood’s Kings of Carnage. And for The Treat, Grammy-winning producer Cheryl Pawelski talks about a fateful night of music that propelled her career. 
19/08/202350 minutes 34 seconds
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Roddy Bogawa on Syd Barrett, Sam Pollard on ‘The League,’ and Maggie Bullock on The Treat

This week on The Treatment, Elvis welcomes filmmaker Roddy Bogawa, co-director of the new documentary Have You Got it Yet? The doc examines the life of <a href="https://open.spotify.com/artist/6Lt3HS8R2v8Q4G7ZkUWa8R?si=Ub2L6VRXQTWagJFpnIZK_g" target="_blank" data-saferedirecturl="https://www.google.com/url?q=https://open.spotify.com/artist/6Lt3HS8R2v8Q4G7ZkUWa8R?si%3DUb2L6VRXQTWagJFpnIZK_g&amp;source=gmail&amp;ust=1691878215575
12/08/202350 minutes 34 seconds
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Wes Anderson, Lionel Boyce, and Jason Segel on The Treat

This week on The Treatment, Elvis sits down with longtime friend of the show, director Wes Anderson, whose latest film is the science fiction dramedy “Asteroid City.” Next, actor Lionel Boyce joins to talk about his role in the highly anticipated season two of FX’s “The Bear.” And for the Treat, “Shrinking” actor Jason Segel pays tribute to a mentor who gave his career a huge boost when he was at a personal crossroads.
05/08/202350 minutes 34 seconds
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Greta Gerwig on ‘Barbie’ + Cillian Murphy on ‘Oppenheimer’

This week on The Treatment, “Barbenheimer!” First, Elvis welcomes Greta Gerwig, director of the highly regarded summer box office smash, Barbie. She talks about her cinematic inspirations and how she hopes she hit the mark with her take on the iconic toy. Then, actor Cillian Murphy — star of Oppenheimer — joins to talk about disappearing into the role of “father of the atomic bomb,” J. Robert Oppenheimer.
29/07/202350 minutes 34 seconds
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Timothy Olyphant, Zoë Chao, and Bill Hader on The Treat

This week on The Treatment, Elvis welcomes actor Timothy Olyphant, who revives one of his signature roles — roguish Deputy US Marshal Raylan Givens — in FX’s Justified: City Primeval, the newest iteration of the Elmore Leonard inspired series. Next, actress Zoë Chao stops by to talk about season two of the Apple TV+ series The Afterparty, and about joining the cast for the recent revival of the beloved Starz series Party Down. And for The Treat, actor Bill Hader talks about the tough-but-essential documentary, The Emperor's Naked Army Marches On. Note: These interviews were completed prior to the SAG-AFTRA strike.
22/07/202350 minutes 34 seconds
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Christopher Nolan on ‘Oppenheimer,’ Mr. Cartoon on ‘Just My Imagination,’ Brooklyn Sudano on The Treat

This week on The Treatment, Elvis welcomes back writer-director Christopher Nolan, whose latest project is the film Oppenheimer, about J. Robert Oppenheimer, “the father of the atomic bomb.” Next, artist Mr. Cartoon joins to discuss his show Just My Imagination currently running at BEYOND THE STREETS &amp; CONTROL Gallery in Los Angeles. And on The Treat, filmmaker Broo
15/07/202350 minutes 34 seconds
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Sir Ben Kingsley, Zoe Lister-Jones and Rodney Barnes on The Treat

This week on The Treatment, Elvis welcomes Oscar-winning actor Sir Ben Kingsley, whose latest role is as the surrealist painter Salvador Dalí in the film Dalíland. Next, actress and writer-director Zoe Lister-Jones joins to discuss her genre-bending series Slip, now streaming on Roku. And on The Treat, <a href="https://www.kcrw.com/news/shows/greater-la/coronavirus-lakers-art/winning-time-hbo" target="_blank" data-saferedirecturl="https://www.google.com/url?q=https://www.kcrw.com/news/shows/greater-la/coronavirus-lakers-art/winning-time-hbo&amp;source=gmail&amp;ust=1688842421605000&amp;usg=AOvVaw0IqOlNxcT7pmudYtG3u_
08/07/202350 minutes 34 seconds
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Numa Perrier, David Gelb and Zach Braff on The Treat

This week on The Treatment, Elvis sits down with director Numa Perrier to discuss her new romantic comedy on Netflix, “The Perfect Find,” starring Gabrielle Union. Next, David Gelb, director of the Disney+ documentary “Stan Lee,” talks about his film, a memoir of sorts of the late Marvel publisher. And for The Treat, actor and director Zach Braff raves about a miniseries about the drug trade he can’t believe slipped under the radar.
01/07/202350 minutes 34 seconds
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Wes Anderson, Lionel Boyce, and Jason Segel on The Treat

This week on The Treatment, Elvis sits down with longtime friend of the show, director Wes Anderson, whose latest film is the science fiction dramedy “Asteroid City.” Next, actor Lionel Boyce joins to talk about his role in the highly anticipated season two of FX’s “The Bear.” And for the Treat, “Shrinking” actor Jason Segel pays tribute to a mentor who gave his career a huge boost when he was at a personal crossroads.
24/06/202321 minutes 1 second
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Cheryl Pawelski, Terry McDonell, and Stephanie Hsu on The Treat

This week on The Treatment, Elvis sits down with Grammy-winning producer Cheryl Pawelski to discuss the new 7-CD set she curated, Written in Their Soul: The Stax Songwriter Demos. Next, writer Terry McDonell joins to talk about his memoir “Irma: The Education of a Mother’s Son,” about his late mother. And for the Treat, Oscar-nominated actress Stephanie Hsu reveals the writer and activist who inspired her to keep up the fight.
17/06/202350 minutes 33 seconds
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Kemp Powers, Calmatic, and Timothy Scott Bogart on The Treat

This week on The Treatment, Elvis sits down with “Spider-Man: Across the Spider-Verse” co-director Kemp Powers to talk about the latest installment of the superhero saga. Next, director Calmatic drops by to talk about his re-imagining of two 1990s classics: “White Men Can’t Jump” and “House Party.” And for The Treat, director Timothy Scott Bogart talks about a Bob Fosse film that he happily stole from.
10/06/202350 minutes 33 seconds
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Emilio Estevez, Maggie Bullock and Joe Manganiello on The Treat

This week on The Treatment, Elvis welcomes back actor and director Emilio Estevez who stops by to chat about the re-release of his 2010 film “The Way.” Next, writer Maggie Bullock talks about her book, “The Kingdom of Prep: The Inside Story of the Rise and (Near) Fall of J. Crew.” And for The Treat, actor Joe Manganiello talks about a favorite Quentin Tarantino film that had an impact on his career almost 30 years after its release.
03/06/202350 minutes 33 seconds
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Brooklyn Sudano, Aidan Levy, and Sam Wasson on The Treat

This week on The Treatment, Elvis sits down with Brooklyn Sudano, daughter of disco icon Donna Summer and co-director of the new documentary “Love to Love You, Donna Summer” on Max. Next, writer Aidan Levy discusses his book on the jazz great Sonny Rollins, “Saxophone Colossus: Sonny Rollins.” And on The Treat, writer Sam Wasson talks about a “thrilling” and cinematic singer-songwriter.
27/05/202350 minutes 33 seconds
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Laurence Fishburne, Garrett Bradley, and Alex Borstein on The Treat

This week on The Treatment, we listen to Elvis’ recent conversation with actor Laurence Fishburne from the Freep Film Festival in Detroit last month. Next, a conversation with filmmaker Garrett Bradley, who spoke with Elvis at KCRW in February as part of Frieze Los Angeles. And for The Treat, Emmy-winning actress Alex Borstein talks about a singer who was on repeat while she worked on a screenplay.
20/05/202350 minutes 33 seconds
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Diallo Riddle, Todd Field and Chris Redd on The Treat

This week on The Treatment, Elvis sits down with Diallo Riddle, co-creator and one of the stars of the series “Sherman’s Showcase” and “South Side.” Next, director Todd Field joins to talk about his latest film, “Tár,” starring Cate Blanchett. And for The Treat, comedian Chris Redd talks about another legendary funnyman who helped Redd see the comedy in his struggles.
13/05/202356 minutes 33 seconds
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Abraham Josephine Riesman, Benjamin Millepied, and Kristen Anderson-Lopez and Robert Lopez on The Treat

This week on The Treatment, Elvis welcomes writer Abraham Josephine Riesman, author of “True Believer: The Rise and Fall of Stan Lee” and her latest, “Ringmaster: Vince McMahon and the Unmaking of America.” Next, director Benjamin Millepied joins to talk about his feature film debut, an adaptation of “Carmen.” And for The Treat, songwriting power couple Kristen Anderson-Lopez and Robert Lopez talk about their inspirations on the page and in song.
06/05/202356 minutes 33 seconds
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Alex Borstein, Tim Bogart, and Marc Maron on the Treat

This week on The Treatment, Elvis welcomes back Emmy-winning actress and comedian Alex Borstein, who’s currently starring in the fifth and final season of “The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel” and her own comedy special “Corsets and Clown Suits,” both on Amazon. Next, director Timothy Scott Bogart discusses his new film “Spinning Gold” based on his father Neil Bogart’s career as a music industry titan. And for the Treat, comedian Marc Maron talks about comedy inspirations, past and present.
29/04/202356 minutes 33 seconds
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Bill Hader, Kelly Reichardt + Michelle Williams, Adam Scott on The Treat

This week on The Treatment, Elvis welcomes back Bill Hader, the Emmy-winning actor and co-creator of the HBO series “Barry,” which is now in its fourth and final season. Next, “Showing Up” director Kelly Reichardt and her frequent collaborator, Oscar-nominated actress Michelle Williams, sit down to talk about their film about a sculptor with drama in her personal relationships. And for The Treat, “Party Down” star Adam Scott explains why a gender-bending movie from 1982 is close to “perfect.” 
22/04/202356 minutes 33 seconds
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Owen Wilson, Scott Z. Burns, and Abraham Josephine Riesman on The Treat

This week on The Treatment, Elvis welcomes actor and screenwriter Owen Wilson, who’s starring in the comedy “Paint,” about a laconic public television host with a painting program. Next, writer Scott Z. Burns joins to talk about his ambitious and star-studded AppleTV+ series “Extrapolations,” about the wide-ranging effects of climate change. And for The Treat, writer Abraham Josephine Riesman talks about the dystopian alternative future in her favorite Philip K. Dick novel.
15/04/202356 minutes 33 seconds
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Director Gina Prince-Bythewood, director Owen Kline and Jesse Green on The Treat

This week on The Treatment, Elvis sits down with Gina Prince-Bythewood to dive into her new historically based epic,  “The Woman King,” starring Viola Davis. Next, first time director Owen Kline goes deep into the comic world with his debut film “Funny Pages.” And finally, on The Treat, New York Times theater critic Jesse Green tells us about the iconic Broadway composer who ignited his lifelong passion for language.
08/04/202356 minutes 33 seconds
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Kristen-Anderson Lopez and Robert Lopez, Chad Stahelski, and Martin McDonagh on The Treat

This week on The Treatment, Elvis welcomes Oscar winning songwriters Kristen Anderson-Lopez and Robert Lopez, whose newest project is the Hulu musical series “Up Here.” Next, director Chad Stahelski joins to talk about the fourth and final chapter in the John Wick franchise, “John Wick: Chapter Four.” And on The Treat, “The Banshees of Inisherin” director Martin McDonagh talks about the film that first showed him what a director does.
01/04/202356 minutes 33 seconds
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Zach Braff, Stacy Spikes, and Mark Ramsey on The Treat

This week on The Treatment, Elvis welcomes back actor and director Zach Braff, whose newest film as director is “A Good Person,” starring Florence Pugh and Morgan Freeman. Next, MoviePass co-founder Stacy Spikes joins to talk about his memoir, “Black Founder: The Hidden Power of Being an Outsider.” And on The Treat, Mark Ramsey, host and producer of “FADE IN: Quentin Tarantino &amp; Pulp Fiction,” shares his first encounter with a film icon.
25/03/202356 minutes 33 seconds
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Willem Dafoe, Farran Nehme and Daniels on The Treat

This week on The Treatment, Elvis sits down with actor Willem Dafoe, whose newest film is the thriller “Inside.” Next, film critic and historian Farran Nehme revisits an infamous Oscars moment from 50 years ago. And for The Treat, the newly Oscar-sweeping directing duo Daniels talk about inspiration they find outside Hollywood.
18/03/202356 minutes 33 seconds
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Marc Maron, Rodney Barnes, and Domee Shi on The Treat

This week on The Treatment, Elvis sits down with old friend and WTF host Marc Maron, whose new comedy special is “From Bleak to Dark” on HBO Max. Next, writer Rodney Barnes talks about his graphic novel “Blacula: Return of the King,” a reimagining of a classic character. And on The Treat, Oscar winner Domee Shi talks about the animated film that still transports her.
11/03/202356 minutes 33 seconds
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Adam Scott, Lee Edward Colston II, and Sandy King Carpenter on The Treat

This week on The Treatment, Elvis welcomes back actor Adam Scott, who is currently starring in the third season of the revived cult favorite “Party Down” on Starz.  Next, playwright and actor Lee Edward Colston II joins
04/03/202356 minutes 33 seconds
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Stephanie Hsu, Sam Wasson, and Kasi Lemmons on The Treat

This week on The Treatment, Elvis sits down with Academy Award nominee Stephanie Hsu, who’s up for her supporting role in “Everything Everywhere All at Once.” Next, writer Sam Wasson talks about his latest book that goes behind the scenes of moviemaking, “Hollywood: The Oral History.” And for The Treat, director Kasi Lemmons delves into the magical realism of her favorite authors.
25/02/202356 minutes 33 seconds
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Daniel Kwan and Daniel Sheinert, Domee Shi, and Guillermo del Toro on The Treat

This week on The Treatment, Elvis sits down with Academy Award-nominated directors Daniel Kwan and Daniel Sheinert, who are up this year for the mind-bending “Everything, Everywhere All, at Once.”  Next, director Domee Shi joins to talk about her nominated animated feature “Turning Red” about a tween who turns into a panda when she is feeling intense emotions. And for The Treat, Oscar winner Guillermo del Toro talks about the beauty of noir.
18/02/202356 minutes 33 seconds
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Martin McDonagh, Sam Pollard, and director Charlotte Wells’ Treat

This week on The Treatment, Elvis sits down with Academy Award nominated director and writer Martin McDonagh to discuss his film “The Banshees of Inisherin.” Next, director Sam Pollard breaks down the rivalry and complicated relationship between NBA greats Bill Russell and Wilt Chamberlain in his new Netflix documentary “Russell.” And on the Treat, “Aftersun” director Charlotte Wells talks about the song that helped channel her ideas and experiences into her feature film debut.
11/02/202356 minutes 33 seconds
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Joe Manganiello, Jason Segel, and Elegance Bratton’s Treat

This week on The Treatment, Elvis sits down with actor Joe Manganiello, whose dramatic episode of the PBS show “Finding Your Roots” was life changing. Next, “Shrinking” star Jason Segel talks about getting to work opposite legend Harrison Ford in the new Apple TV+ comedy. And for The Treat, director Elegance Bratton explains why he loves a famous 17th century painting even though he’s not sure who painted it.
04/02/202356 minutes 33 seconds
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Kasi Lemmons, Sandy King Carpenter, and Joe Coscarelli on The Treat

This week on The Treatment, Elvis sits down with Kasi Lemmons, director of the new biopic “Whitney Houston: I Wanna Dance with Somebody.” Next, Sandy King Carpenter, co-founder of Storm King Comics, talks about the horror comics publishing powerhouse. And for The Treat, “Rap Capital: An Atlanta Story” author and New York Times culture reporter Joe Coscarelli digs into a 2004 documentary that helped inspire his career path.
28/01/202356 minutes 33 seconds
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Charlotte Wells, Jerry Stahl, and Paul Feig on The Treat

This week on The Treatment, Elvis sits down with Charlotte Wells, director of the acclaimed film “Aftersun.” Next, writer Jerry Stahl talks about his latest book, “Nein, Nein, Nein: One Man's Tale of Depression, Psychic Torment, and a Bus Tour of the Holocaust.” And on The Treat, director Paul Feig explains how an ordinary object that sits on his desk changed the course of his life and career.
21/01/202356 minutes 33 seconds
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Guillermo del Toro, Janelle Monae, and Jeremy Dauber on The Treat

This week on The Treatment, Elvis sits down with Academy Award winning director Guillermo del Toro, whose latest project is a new adaptation of “Pinocchio.” Next, actor, musician and self-described android Janelle Monae joins to talk about her unusual role in “Glass Onion: A Knives Out Mystery.” And for The Treat, writer Jeremy Dauber tells us about the Stephen King stories he read as a young child that still show up in his dreams.
14/01/202356 minutes 33 seconds
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Diallo Riddle, Todd Field and Chris Redd on The Treat

This week on The Treatment, Elvis sits down with Diallo Riddle, co-creator and one of the stars of the series “Sherman’s Showcase” and “South Side.” Next, director Todd Field joins to talk about his latest film, “Tár,” starring Cate Blanchett. And for The Treat, comedian Chris Redd talks about another legendary funnyman who helped Redd see the comedy in his struggles.
07/01/202356 minutes 33 seconds
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Robert Townsend, Carell Augustus and The Treat: an essential but underappreciated Bowie album

*This episode originally aired on October 22nd, 2022* This week on The Treatment, Elvis sits down with director and actor Robert Townsend, whose groundbreaking film “Hollywood Shuffle” turned 35 this year. Next, photographer Carell Augustus talks about his book “Black Hollywood: Reimagining Iconic Hollywood Moments.” And on The Treat, filmmaker Brett Morgen talks about a 1990s David Bowie album that marked a new chapter for the late artist.
30/12/202256 minutes 33 seconds
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Elegance Bratton, Jeremy Strong, and what the film ‘Claudine’ meant to director Robert Townsend

This week on The Treatment, Elvis sits down with director Elegance Bratton, whose film “The Inspection” is based on his experience as a queer Black man who goes from being homeless to joining the Marines. Next, Emmy winning actor Jeremy Strong talks about his latest role in the James Gray film “Armageddon Time.” And on The Treat, director Robert Townsend talks about a 1974 film that reflected his experience and had a killer soundtrack.
24/12/202256 minutes 33 seconds
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Vera Drew, Jerry Bruckheimer and the two very different movies that dazzled the Hernandez brothers

This week on The Treatment, Elvis sits down with director and actor Vera Drew, whose film “The People’s Joker” is a queer reimagining of Todd Philips’ “The Joker.” Next, producer Jerry Bruckheimer, whose career of blockbusters in film and television spans five decades, joins to discuss his latest megahit “Top Gun: Maverick.” And for The Treat, “Love and Rockets” co-creators Jaime and Gilbert Hernandez talk about two films whose meanings continue to evolve for them.
17/12/202256 minutes 33 seconds
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The Treat: Producer Jerry Bruckheimer on co-owning the NHL’s Seattle Kraken

After trying to buy a number of hockey teams, prolific TV/film producer Jerry Bruckheimer discusses the joys of co-owning the NHL’s Seattle Kraken.
10/12/20224 minutes 5 seconds
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Jordan Peele, Chloë Sevigny and for The Treat: the ‘80s R&B song that makes writer Danyel Smith want to dance

This week on The Treatment, Elvis sits down with Academy Award winning screenwriter and acclaimed horror auteur Jordan Peele, who’s here to discuss his latest genre-bending film “Nope.” Then we revisit our recent conversation with actress Chloë Sevigny about her take on “quiet acting.” And for The Treat, we listen back to Danyel Smith’s take on the ‘80s R&amp;B hit “No Parking on the Dance Floor.”
10/12/202256 minutes 33 seconds
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Joe Coscarelli, Sacha Jenkins, and the song that inspires actress Sharon D Clarke to be her best self

This week on The Treatment, Elvis sits down with writer Joe Coscarelli to talk about his new book “Rap Capital: An Atlanta Story.” Next, director Sacha Jenkins reveals a different side of jazz icon Louis Armstrong in his AppleTV+ documentary “Louis Armstrong’s Black and Blues.” And for The Treat, Broadway actress Sharon D Clarke talks about how a song written for someone going through a hard time inspires her every time she listens to it. 
03/12/202256 minutes 33 seconds
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Bryan Tyree Henry, Paul Feig, and Rebecca Miller’s ‘cherry’ picked treat

This week on The Treatment, Elvis sits down with Emmy nominated actor Brian Tyree Henry, who is currently starring in the fourth and final season of FX’s “Atlanta.” Next, writer-director Paul Feig, whose new book is “Cocktail Time!: The Ultimate Guide to Grown-Up Fun,” talks about bringing a cocktail party sensibility to his film sets. And for The Treat, writer and director Rebecca Miller explains how a classic play from the early 20th century captures the light and dark of life today.
19/11/202256 minutes 33 seconds
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The Hernandez brothers, writer Jeremy Dauber, and why ‘90s female musicians are director Clea DuVall’s Treat

This week on The Treatment, Elvis sits down with Jaime and Gilbert Hernandez, also known as the Hernandez brothers, who created the Love and Rockets comics, now out in a special boxed set commemorating the 40th anniversary of the first issue. Next, Jeremy Dauber, author of “American Comics: A History” joins to give historical perspective and round out the comics conversation. And finally on The Treat, actor and director Clea DuVall explains how ‘90s alternative female rock made her feel less alone as a struggling teenager and still inspires her in her work.
12/11/202256 minutes 33 seconds
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Chris Redd, Sharon D Clarke, and the friendship that’s a treat for Tyler Perry

This week on The Treatment, Elvis sits down with comedian Chris Redd, whose new special on HBO MAX is “Chris Redd: Why Am I Like This?” Then, Olivier Award winning actress Sharon D Clarke talks about her role in the Broadway revival of Arthur Miller’s “Death of a Salesman.” And on The Treat, actor, director and producer Tyler Perry tells us about his friendship with another media powerhouse that’s a treat for him.
05/11/202256 minutes 33 seconds
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Ramy Youssef, Rebecca Miller and Jon Hamm on the books that are his ‘Treat’

This week on The Treatment, Elvis sits down with comedian and Golden Globe winning actor Ramy Youssef, whose Hulu series “Ramy” is currently in its third season. Next, writer and director Rebecca Miller stops by to talk about her new collection of short stories called “Total.” And on The Treat, actor Jon Hamm tells us about an author whose books he can’t stop recommending.
29/10/202256 minutes 33 seconds
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Robert Townsend, Carell Augustus and The Treat: an essential but underappreciated Bowie album

This week on The Treatment, Elvis sits down with director and actor Robert Townsend, whose groundbreaking film “Hollywood Shuffle” turned 35 this year. Next, photographer Carell Augustus talks about his book “Black Hollywood: Reimagining Iconic Hollywood Moments.” And on The Treat, filmmaker Brett Morgen talks about a 1990s David Bowie album that marked a new chapter for the late artist.
22/10/202256 minutes 33 seconds