On the 40th anniversary of the release of his groundbreaking first feature, ERASERHEAD, and in anticipation of the return of Twin Peaks, his beloved cult TV series, we celebrate one of the most original and singular minds in cinema with a complete retrospective of the feature films of David Lynch alongside a new documentary about the filmmaker.
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Fri-Sat, May 5-6
In David Lynch's nightmarish first feature, Henry Spencer (Jack Nance) copes with the daily grind of his strange industrial life as his girlfriend and her mutant newborn move into his apartment.
Sat-Sun, May 6-7
Based on the true story of Joseph Merrick, a Victorian-era Englishman who suffered from a disfiguring congenital disease and the surgeon who saved him from a tormented life in a freak show, David Lynch's THE ELEPHANT MAN explores the emotional life of a deeply intelligent man living with a severe disability. 35mm print courtesy of Lowell Peterson, ASC.
Sun, May 7 and Tue, May 9
Frank Herbert’s enduring science fiction classic comes to life as the universe itself quakes in battle over a rare spice and an ancient prophecy of a forthcoming messiah.
Sun, May 7 and Thu, May 11
While staying with his family after his father is suddenly hospitalized, Jeffrey Beaumont (Kyle MacLachlan) happens across a severed human ear on a walk, a discovery that leads him on a dark investigation into the seedy underworld of his idyllic hometown.
Sun, May 7 and Fri, May 12
Young lovers Sailor (Nicolas Cage) and Lula (Laura Dern) embark on a parole-breaking, post-incarceration road trip through a bizarre wasteland of hitmen, gangsters and sadists, all dead-set on tearing them away from one another.
Wed, May 10 at 7:30pm
An actress stars in a remake of a cursed film, and every opened door fragments what we understand as The Real. Laura Dern opens the door, stepping through it, and into the infinite.
Thu-Sun, May 11-14
Artist and filmmaker David Lynch discusses his early life and the events that shaped his outlook on art and the creative process.
Fri-Sun, May 12-14
In the last seven days of her life, Laura Palmer, besieged by a transuniversal conflict reaching back into infinity, must face her own immovable destiny amongst the myriad of secrets in the town of Twin Peaks.
Sat-Sun, May 13-14
A love triangle beyond the reach of death itself. The lives of the saxophonist and the car repairman intertwine in the path of the woman/the women (Academy Award winner Patricia Arquette) they loved/they killed. It doesn’t matter how fast you drive; you can’t outrun yourself.
Sun, May 14 and Tue, May 16
A man (Oscar nominee Richard Farnsworth) aims to drive cross country on a riding mower to set right an old family squabble.
Sun, May 14 and Wed, May 17
The movie is a sensual mystery: Betty and Rita at the center of secrets. The movie within the movie is a biography; Diane and Camilla telling each other’s story. The dream is of betrayal, of facing the undeniable moral truth of oneself. The rest is silence.