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  • Twin Peaks: Fire Walk with Me

  • Blue Velvet

  • Mulholland Drive

Past Films

  • Mulholland Drive

    • Friday, August 19 7 PM
    David Lynch
    United States , 2001

    Introduction & Booksigning with Dennis Lim
    An ingenue recently arrived in Los Angeles (Naomi Watts) becomes involved with a raven-haired amnesiac beauty (Laura Harring) in Lynch’s Chandler-by-way-of-Borges postmodern noir. One of only two twenty-first-century works named in Sight and Sound’s Greatest Films of All Time poll.

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  • Blue Velvet

    • Saturday, August 20 6 PM
    David Lynch
    United States, 1986

    Introduced by Dennis Lim
    In Lynch’s color-drenched, surreal noir (celebrating its thirtieth anniversary), Kyle MacLachlan and Laura Dern sleuth out the ugly underneath the meticulous lawns and rose bushes of small-town U.S.A. "An instant cult classic” (Janet Maslin, NY Times).

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  • Eraserhead

    • Saturday, August 20 8:45 PM
    David Lynch
    United States, 1976

    Introduced by Dennis Lim
    David Lynch’s debut feature, still creepy after all these years: “a masterpiece of texture . . . an ingenious assemblage of damp, dust, rock, wood, hair, flesh, metal, ooze. The immaculate restoration brings all this to new light” (Village Voice).

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  • A Shadow History of the Lynchian: Oddities and Marginalia

    • Sunday, August 21 4:30 PM

    Free Screening. Tickets available on site one hour before screening.

    With Special Guest Dennis Lim
    Lim, author of David Lynch: The Man from Another Place, takes us on a wide-ranging tour through the outer limits of Lynch’s filmography, from fledgling efforts to online interventions and other moving-image oddities.

  • Twin Peaks: Fire Walk with Me

    • Sunday, August 21 7 PM
    David Lynch
    United States, 1992

    Introduced by Dennis Lim
    Lynch’s prequel to his cult television show
    Twin Peaks heads deeper into the woods of small-town Americana, where murder, perversity, and crap interior decorating rule. “Lynch’s masterpiece” (Village Voice).

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