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    September Criterion Releases Include Lynch's 'Eraserhead,' Polanski's 'Macbeth' & Horror Classic 'The Innocents'

    It's the middle of the month, and we know what that means. Well, for us, it means realizing we have $70 to last us until payday, but for the more frugal cinephiles among you, it means that it's time for Criterion to announce what they've got coming up three months down the line. And once more, there...

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    Dennis Hopper's Stunning Photography Shows 1960s-America in All Its Complexity

    Before he became a two-time Oscar nominee and a famous "enfant terrible" of Hollywood, Dennis Hopper was, well, a young punk. After 1969's "Easy Rider," which Hopper directed and co-starred in, the actor/director endured what was essentially an exile from show business until 1986, when David Lynch ...

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    Watch: David Lynch Interviews Leland Palmer In 'Twin Peaks' Bonus Clip

    He might not be showing any signs of returning to filmmaking, preferring to focus on releasing music and tutoring Louie in how to host a late-night show, but that doesn't mean David Lynch has given up entirely. The director's been intimately involved with the new Blu-ray set for his seminal and huge...

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    'Twin Peaks' Fans Rejoice! David Lynch Interviews the Palmer Family 25 Years Later In 'Between Two Worlds'

    Although most of us "Twin Peaks" fans have been waiting with bated breath for any new information about the acclaimed drama that first aired in the early 90s, none of us would have predicted that 25 years later David Lynch would release a series of interviews with the Palmer family. That's Lynch for...

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    'Hunger Games' Theme Park In the Works? Here are 9 Indies We Don't Want to See As Theme Parks

    Talk of a possible "Hunger Games" theme park has prompted us to think of all of the indie film-inspired theme parks we don't want to see.

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    Watch: Trailer For ‘Return Of The Jedi’ As Directed By David Lynch

    As you probably know by now, David Lynch was once approached by George Lucas to direct “Return Of The Jedi” before Richard Marquand eventually took the job. In the book “Lynch on Lynch” he said, “I went to meet George Lucas, who had offered me the third 'Star Wars' to direct, and I’ve never even rea...

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    Attention Aspiring Filmmakers: Enter to Win a Scholarship to the David Lynch MA in Film Program

    The Maharishi University of Management in Iowa is offering a full scholarship for the 2014-2015 school year to aspiring filmmakers who are working on film projects. Oh, and it's presented by David Lynch.

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    New 'Twin Peaks' Box Set Promises 'The Entire Mystery,' with 90 Minutes of Deleted 'Fire Walk with Me' Footage

    Many David Lynch fans were, understandably, bummed when he put the kibosh on any hopes for a new season of "Twin Peaks." But instead, he is offering acolytes of his early-90s cult series an even greater gift: a new Blu-Ray box set, with 90 minutes of never-before-seen footage from the prequel film "...

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    Watch: David Lynch's Complete Animated Series 'Dumbland'

    Ah, David Lynch, the highest of high-brows, the maker of swooning, subtle, surrealist masterpieces rich in cinematic lore and strange sexual undertones. And also of crudely animated shorts full of fart jokes, profuse swearing, obscene non-sequiturs and bestiality gags. Huh?

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    David Lynch Makes Rare BAM Appearance, But Doesn’t Address His Cinematic Future

    David Lynch is a tough interview subject. Reticent and reluctant, he doesn’t want to vaguely spell out anything and the filmmaker/artist is much more interested in your response to his work. New York Public Library's director of public programs Paul Holdengräber is also a bit of an odd individual. S...

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