David Lynch Articles

Dune Part 1 – A visual marvel that delivers on its promises and improves upon Villeneuve’s previous work

Dune Part 1 – A visual marvel that delivers on its promises and improves upon Villeneuve’s previous work

Denis Villeneuve’s Dune is a faithful and convincing adaptation of Frank Herbert’s novel and an excellent piece of sci-fi, delivering where other blockbusters fail
MANIFF 2021: Fugitive Dreams

MANIFF 2021: Fugitive Dreams

One of the best shot independent films of recent years, Fugitive Dreams is a touching tale of homelessness, police brutality and a search for purpose
MIF19: David Lynch at HOME

MIF19: David Lynch at HOME

Sass Holmes reviews the David Lynch takeover of HOME for MIF19, which was a medley of art exhibitions, Q&As, film screenings, and musical performances

Top Five: Neo-Noir Films

With the sequel to Blade Runner, a modern film noir first, science-fiction second, released this month, Lucas counts down his favourite neo-noirs

Revisiting: Blue Velvet

Eloïse Wright revisits Lynch’s classic

Classic Review: Lost Highway

David Lynch’s Lost Highway will be a delight for any fans of the director’s surrealist style

TV Catch Up- Louie

Ben looks ahead to the new season of Louie, and suggests you get yourself acquainted with the lovable loser, if you haven’t done so already

Where has everybody gone?

Mark McGrath looks at why directors are leaving Hollywood behind

The David Lynch Foundation

David Lynch is of course most well known for his surrealist films – The Elephant Man, Eraserhead and Mulholland Drive – but many may be unfamiliar with one of his greatest works; his charity, the David Lynch Foundation. It was established in 2005, created by Lynch himself from his belief that “every child should have […]

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