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David Lynch Documentary 'Meditation, Creativity, Peace' to Premiere in New York City

Indiewire By Justin Krajeski | Indiewire October 9, 2012 at 1:15PM

"Meditation, Creativity, Peace," a documentary that follows David Lynch on a 16-country tour throughout Europe, Israel and Brazil, will premiere on Oct. 13 and 18 in New York City. The film allows audiences an exclusive look at Lynch's craft through his lectures at top international film schools and one-on-one interviews. The Saturday, Oct. 13, showing will take place at the Museum of Moving Image and will be followed by a screening of Lynch's "Eraserhead" and a reception. The Thursday, Oct. 18, screening will take place at Sunshine Landmark Cinema, followed by a Q&A with musician Donovan, who appears in the film.
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David Lynch

"Meditation, Creativity, Peace," a documentary that follows David Lynch on a 16-country tour throughout Europe, Israel and Brazil, will premiere on Oct. 13 and 18 in New York City. The film allows audiences an exclusive look at Lynch's craft through his lectures at top international film schools and one-on-one interviews.

The Saturday, Oct. 13, showing will take place at the Museum of Moving Image and will be followed by a screening of Lynch's "Eraserhead" and a reception. The Thursday, Oct. 18, screening will take place at Sunshine Landmark Cinema, followed by a Q&A with musician Donovan, who appears in the film.

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