A director of such distinctive, overpowering vision that he has inspired his own adjective, David Lynch makes films that seem telegraphed straight from his unconscious to the screen. Now streaming for the first time, Lynch’s newly restored masterpieces LOST HIGHWAY and INLAND EMPIRE, as well as a one-month-only limited engagement of his sui generis sci-fi epic DUNE, join this retrospective of his mind-altering work. From the unsettling surrealist imagery of his midnight-movie classic ERASERHEAD to the harrowing suburban nightmare TWIN PEAKS: FIRE WALK WITH ME to the Hollywood Dream Factory odyssey MULHOLLAND DR., Lynch’s labyrinthine puzzle boxes turn the American psyche inside out to reveal its deepest, darkest dimensions.
This interview with director David Lynch and cinematographer Frederick Elmes was shot in 1979 by filmmaker Tom Christie for his television production class at UCLA. It takes place at one of ERASERHEAD’s locations in Los Angeles, where the Beverly Center shopping mall now stands.
Director David Lynch and actor Jack Nance take a drive to one of ERASERHEAD’s locations in this excerpt from an episode of the French television program “Cinéma, de notre temps,” recorded in 1988 and broadcast on April 23, 1993.
This footage shows director David Lynch, actors Jack Nance and Charlotte Stewart, and director's assistant Catherine Coulson revisiting the locations at the AFI in Los Angeles where they made ERASERHEAD over the course of four years. The interviews were conducted by Toby Keeler for his 1997 docum...