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David Lynch


There aren’t many film directors who are truly one of a kind. David Lynch sits firmly in this camp. Whilst you often hear something described as ‘Lynchian’, it almost always isn’t. Heck, how many people in the film industry have got their own adjective? Whilst Twin Peaks remains his opus, every film he’s made in …

The tracks on Lisa Caruso‘s new album ‘In Feelings’ provide a gloriously impassioned tableaux for emotion and pain: honestly expressed and rendered with a theatrical flourish and a hint of troubled glamour. Caruso recorded parts of the album back in 2018 in London with producer Ben Fletcher (Sarah Blasko and Marina and the Diamonds) before …

The late Ray Harryhausen (1920-2013) is widely regarded as the person who pioneered visual effects for motion pictures as a craft. The stop-motion animations he provided for films like Jason and the Argonauts (Don Chaffey, 1963) and Clash of the Titans (Desmond Davis, 1981) broke new ground in their respective eras. Author and filmmaker John …

There are very few cultural icons in modern society quite as distinctive and universally revered as David Lynch. Renowned for his cult films such as Eraserhead, Mulholland Driver and Blue Velvet, and obviously Twin Peaks, he’s not restricted to working behind the camera. He’s also a very highly thought of composer and artist. David Lynch: …

With all the excitement around season 3 of Twin Peaks, along with the recent statement from David Lynch that he will not be making any more films, there’s no better time to re-watch Mulholland Drive. Interestingly, when Mulholland Drive was originally released, the opposite was the case. A frustrated director jumping ship from TV to …

The fourth Derby Film Festival takes place at Derby Quad between 28th April and 7th May. A mix of previews, the obscure and much-loved classics, it’s a festival which has been quietly doing great things. Incorporating Fantastiq’s great mix of old and new horror, sci-fi and fantasy, there’s a focus on the works of David …