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Encyclopedia > Elvis Mitchell

Elvis Mitchell is a former film critic for the newspaper The New York Times. Previously, he was a film critic for the Fort-Worth Star Telegram, the Los Angeles Herald Examiner and The Detroit Free Press. The New York Times is a newspaper published in New York City and distributed in the United States and many other nations worldwide. ... Categories: Newspaper stubs | Los Angeles history | Defunct United States newspapers | Newspapers of California ...


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The Flat Hat: News (888 words)
Mitchell, who is also an entertainment critic for National Public Radio, said he was attending the Toronto Film Festival Sept. 11, 2001, and recounted how he learned of the attack on New York as he exited a movie screening.
Mitchell also criticized the people that predicted movies would respond to the tragedy in the same way that they did to the assassination of President John F. Kennedy in 1963.
Mitchell also said that he does not blame movie violence for crimes that young people commit, "but a lot of violence is a part of movies that was never intended for kids," he said.
MCN Press Release: Elvis Mitchell - LAFF (600 words)
Elvis Mitchell has been an entertainment critic for NPR's Weekend Edition with Scott Simon since the show's inception in 1985.
Mitchell was a film critic for the New York Times for four years, starting in January 2000.
Mitchell is a visiting lecturer on African and African American Studies on Visual and Environmental Studies at Harvard University.
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