Fans of David Lynch will have the opportunity to finance a new documentary on the “Blue Velvet” director, titled “LYNCHthree.” The film will be the third in a trilogy of films about the director. “LYNCH(one)” was cut from over 700 hours of footage gathered over two years during the making of Lynch’s last film “Inland Empire, while “LYNCH 2” offered a behind the scenes account of that film.
“LYNCHthree” is to be directed by the same director of the previous two documentaries, who goes by the pseudonym blackANDwhite.
“This new form of financing is unique as it allows filmmakers the opportunity to make the films they want to make without the constraints placed on them by the traditional system,” said blackANDwhite in a press statement. “We have waited three years to begin the final segment in the LYNCH series and we hope that people are excited to be a part of our journey.”
In return for aiding with the financing of the project, it’s promised that fans will receive limited edition artwork from the director himself and become “members” of the pioneering LYCHthree project, which includes regular newsletter updates about the progress of the film. Donations can be made to www.lynchthree.com