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    Young David Lynch Talks 'Eraserhead' in 1979 On-Location Video Interview

    Some painfully bad questions (and hair) from the 23-old me but good answers (and, as always, hair) from the 33-year-old David Lynch. Shot for my television-production class at UCLA in 1979, this interview features archival footage of the oil fields that served as a location for Lynch’s AFI film "Era...

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    Watch The New David Lynch-Directed Nine Inch Nails Video (That Comes With a Seizure Warning)

    Nine Inch Nails and David Lynch fans (among whom there's surely considerable crossover) were given a serious treat today with the release of the Lynch-directed video for "Came Back Haunted," the first single off Nine Inch Nails' highly anticipated new album "Hesitation Marks."

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    Watch: New Nine Inch Nails Video Directed By David Lynch Might Give You Seizures

    While David Lynch might be concerned that the current cinematic climate doesn't have room from distinctive filmmakers like him, he's found other creative outlets for his work behind the camera. He's directed ads for his own coffee line, webcasts, mini-documentaries for The Killers and a bumper for t...

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    David Lynch Not Optimistic About Making Another Movie, Says Current State Of The Industry Is "Depressing"

    It's hard out there for a Lynch, it seems. As the waiting game for a new feature from the director inches closer to the decade mark, it doesn't seem like we'll see anything from him any time soon, at least not the on the big screen. While rumors pop up every now and then that he's got something cook...

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    Watch: 50-Minute Episode Of 'Scene By Scene' By Mark Cousins Featuring David Lynch

    If the “Scene By Scene” interview with Woody Allen whetted your appetite for in-depth film discussion, there’s more to be found here. In this episode from critic/filmmaker Mark Cousin’s brief BBC series, sits down with the enigma that is David Lynch.

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    Listen to a Bonus Track From David Lynch's Second Album 'Big Dream,' Dropping in July

    Filmmaker, multimedia artist and transcendental meditator David Lynch is back on the music scene with a second album, "Big Dream," a follow up to his 2011 solo debut, "Crazy Clown Time."

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    Listen: David Lynch's New Song With Lykke Li From His Upcoming Album 'The Big Dream'

    So a bit of good news/bad news for David Lynch fans. The good news is that he's got something new to share with you, the bad news is that it isn't a new movie. Nope, the director has instead cranked out another album, this time called The Big Dream, which is far less of a Lynch-ian name than his pre...

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    5 Things You May Not Know About 'Return Of The Jedi' & How It Could Have Been Much Cooler

    This week George Lucas’ “Star Wars: Episode VI – Return of the Jedi” turns 30. The conclusion to what was then imagined to be the end of the "Star Wars" saga concerned the Rebellion going up against the evil Galactic Empire, which has constructed a second, planet-destroying Death Star that is about ...

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    10 Movies Booed At Cannes

    If the Cannes Film Festival is known for one thing, it's the festival's close proximity to topless beaches. But if it's known for two things, it's the emotional, emphatic responses that usually greet the films. These reactions come from audiences that are unafraid to tell the film (and the filmmaker...

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    From Antonioni to Lynch, BAMcinematek Takes a Second Look at Films 'Booed at Cannes'

    Wednesday, the BAMcinematek in Brooklyn kicks off a new series of films "Booed at Cannes," from David Lynch and Martin Scorsese to Antonioni and Fellini.

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