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All posts tagged "David Lynch"
Mysterious sensations and surreal encounters: “David Lynch: The Art Life”
David Lynch: The Art Life — a brand new and uniquely personal documentary about the life and work of director David Lynch, distributed by Janus Films — continues its run of screenings this week at the Cinefamily...
- Posted April 17, 2017
“Rabbits”: David Lynch’s surreal sitcom about three rabbits
We couldn’t think of a better way to passover Easter — see what we did there? — than to take note of David Lynch’s Rabbits, his surreal 9-episode, 50-minute “sitcom” (in Lynch’s own words) featuring three humanoid...
- Posted April 16, 2017
“Despite the Gods”: A behind-the-scenes documentary looks at Jennifer Lynch’s trouble-filled Indian snake goddess film “Hisss”
Australian filmmaker Penny Vozniak’s 2012 documentary, Despite the Gods, is a fascinating and sometimes horrifying look at the difficulties behind directing a trouble-filled feature film, and you can see it streaming right now over on our Night...
- Posted August 24, 2016
In 1979, David Lynch was interviewed by two UCLA students about his “first brush with cult fame” with “Eraserhead”
In 1979, director David Lynch was interviewed by two students who were shooting a video for a TV production class at UCLA, to talk about the making of Eraserhead. The interview features archival footage of the oil...
- Posted January 30, 2016
The ABC’s of David Lynch’s early short films, beginning with “The Alphabet”
If you’re still awake in the dead of night after your Halloween parties have all died down tonight, beginning at 2:45am ET early tomorrow morning, November 1, 2015, Turner Classic Movies (TCM) is airing a David Lynch...
- Posted October 31, 2015
“The Shining” as a romantic comedy and other clever mock-trailers
“Meet Jack Torrance. He’s a writer looking for inspiration. Meet Danny. He’s a kid looking for a dad.” Ten years ago, Robert Ryang’s clever re-imagining of Stanley Kubrick’s The Shining as a rom-com — to Peter Gabriel’s...
- Posted August 29, 2015
I Dreamed I Saw Jack Nance Last Night: David Lynch contributes to a Dumb Numbers vinyl box set
Next month, David Lynch will be contributing to the the forthcoming Dumb Numbers’s limited edition box set, which will comprise three split 10-inch vinyl slabs, featuring tracks by the Dumb Numbers on one side and music by...
- Posted August 25, 2015
The Eraserhood Forever: PhilaMOCA is looking for your David Lynch-inspired art
From paintings of your favorite “Twin Peaks” characters to papier-mâché’d nitrous tanks, the Philadelphia Mausoleum of Contemporary Art is looking for anything that celebrates the filmography of David Lynch. PhilaMOCA will be hosting the fourth annual installment...
- Posted August 17, 2015