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New film festival to launch in ‘Twin Peaks’ town

1 hour ago | Blogomatic3000 | See recent Blogomatic3000 news »

August 2018 will see the arrival of a brand new destination genre festival in the scenic town of North Bend, Washington, with a focus on standout vanguard programming. Best known as the original shooting location for cult-hit and recently rebirthed Twin Peaks, North Bend will be home to the North Bend Film Festival from August 23rd to the 26th. Using the town’s fantastical and mysterious energy that once inspired David Lynch, the festival will set out to fill the void of programming for the progressive audiences in the Pacific Northwest, and to provide a platform for emerging filmmakers. Working directly with the town of North Bend, Nbff will be an event for the local community, Northwest creatives, and national genre film industry to enjoy together.

The fest’s homebase will be the North Bend Theatre, the town’s beautiful art-deco cinema built in 1941, with additional events spread out to historic »

- Phil Wheat

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North Bend Film Festival: Next Summer's Hot New Ticket on The Festival Circuit

12 hours ago | Screen Anarchy | See recent Screen Anarchy news »

If you want to know where everybody ran off to during the last weekend of August next year it is a safe bet that they will be in North Bend, Washington for a brand new destination film festival appropriately called the North Bend Film Festival.    Like other predecessors before it, Stanley/Overlook comes to mind, it is not just about the films but also about the area where the festival is held. North Bend, Washington has the distinction of being the original location for David Lynch's Twin Peaks.    North Bend was founded by Brooklyn Horror Film Festival's Justin Timms and Jess Byers and Ithaca Fantastik's Hugues Barbier. They have also cobbled together an impressive list of friends and peers to sit on the festival's...

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‘Twin Peaks’: 10 Behind-the-Scenes Photos to Help You Cope With the Series’ End

19 hours ago | Indiewire Television | See recent Indiewire Television news »

For anyone who has been having troubling processing the fact that “Twin Peaks: The Return” is over, which could very well mean the end of the franchise as we know it, let the cast’s wonderful behind-the-scenes photos shine a light upon you. Kyle McLachlan, Sabrina Sutherland, and more have taken to social media in the weeks after that mind-blowing finale to share never-before-seen looks at “The Return” set, and man does David Lynch seem to be having the time of his life.

Read More:David Lynch Finally Shares His Thoughts on the ‘Twin Peaks’ Finale, Confirms Season 4 is Possible

Lynch has teased the possibility of continuing the series with Season 4, though nothing is confirmed. He joked that time is the biggest factor standing in his way, given it took over four years to write, direct, and edit “The Return.” The filmmaker is remaining ambiguous about the finale, telling »

- Zack Sharf

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‘Twin Peaks’: 10 Behind-the-Scenes Photos to Help You Cope With the Series’ End

19 hours ago | Indiewire | See recent Indiewire news »

For anyone who has been having troubling processing the fact that “Twin Peaks: The Return” is over, which could very well mean the end of the franchise as we know it, let the cast’s wonderful behind-the-scenes photos shine a light upon you. Kyle McLachlan, Sabrina Sutherland, and more have taken to social media in the weeks after that mind-blowing finale to share never-before-seen looks at “The Return” set, and man does David Lynch seem to be having the time of his life.

Read More:David Lynch Finally Shares His Thoughts on the ‘Twin Peaks’ Finale, Confirms Season 4 is Possible

Lynch has teased the possibility of continuing the series with Season 4, though nothing is confirmed. He joked that time is the biggest factor standing in his way, given it took over four years to write, direct, and edit “The Return.” The filmmaker is remaining ambiguous about the finale, telling »

- Zack Sharf

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Larry David to Lisa Simpson – life lessons from TV's top role models

23 hours ago | The Guardian - TV News | See recent The Guardian - TV News news »

From eight-year-old Mensa members to smeghead slobs and doll’s-house-loving detectives, here are the small-screen idols who have taught us everything

There aren’t many moments in Curb Your Enthusiasm when Larry David could be described as heroic. Two stand out though. There’s the time he conducts a Wagner-playing orchestra outside an enemy’s house who despises the German composer; the other is when he saves the blushes of a chef with Tourettes syndrome by leading a restaurant in a rousing swear-a-thon. It’s hardly Jon Snow taming the White Walkers, but Larry David isn’t your typical TV idol. He’s an anti-hero minus the hero. A selfish zealot who would happily ruin everyone’s day just to make a meaningless point. He’s also brilliant. The fact that he can get what will soon be nine seasons of television out of essentially the same setup – Larry makes a faux pas, »

- Lanre Bakare, Rhik Samadder, Tim Jonze, Kate Abbott, Hannah J Davies, Rachel Aroesti, Gwilym Mumford, Dale Berning Sawa, Luke Holland and Stuart Heritage

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The Ultimate David Lynch Art Exhibition Opens in November, Featuring 400 Original Works

21 September 2017 12:00 AM, PDT | Indiewire | See recent Indiewire news »

The International Film Festival of the Art of Cinematography, also known as Camerimage, is celebrating its 25th anniversary in Poland this November. The event is one of the most well respected festivals for cinematographers, but this year it will be essential for David Lynch fans all over the world. Camerimage has announced it will debut the largest exhibition of David Lynch’s work at this year’s festival, where the director will be the honorary guest.

Read More:David Lynch Explains David Bowie’s Return to ‘Twin Peaks,’ Wishes He Could Work With Him Again

The art exhibition is called “Silence and Dynamism” and opens November 12 in the Centre of Contemporary Art “Znaki Czasu” in Toruń. The exhibit will stay open until February 18, 2018 and act as a retrospective of Lynch’s artistic creations, including pieces from both the artist’s personal collection and American, French and German art galleries. Over »

- Zack Sharf

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Rushes. Louis C.K., Netflix vs. Film History, Twin Peaks Finale

20 September 2017 5:18 PM, PDT | MUBI | See recent MUBI news »

Get in touch to send in cinephile news and discoveries. For daily updates follow us @NotebookMUBI.Recommended VIEWINGIn remembrance of Hans Hurch, Abel Ferrara has produced a touching trailer for the upcoming Viennale.Louis C.K. discusses his new film I Love You, Daddy at Tiff. Read our review of the film.Recommended READINGFrancis Ford Coppola's maligned masterpiece The Cotton Club has been renewed in the form of The Cotton Club Encore, and it's "one of the best movies ever made by anybody, anywhere, anytime" for Jim Hemphill of Talkhouse."Netflix’s selection of classic cinema is abominable—and it seems to shrink more every year or so. As of this month, the streaming platform offers just 43 movies made before 1970, and fewer than 25 from the pre-1950 era (several of which are World War II documentaries). It’s the sort of classics selection you’d expect to find in a decrepit video »

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‘Twin Peaks’ Fans Are Flocking to Laura Palmer’s Home, and the Owner is Letting Them In

20 September 2017 7:07 AM, PDT | Indiewire | See recent Indiewire news »

Not every homeowner wants people ringing on their doorbell and asking if they can come inside and take pictures, but not every homeowner lives in Laura Palmer’s house. Mary Reber is a resident of Everett, Washington and has lived in the home David Lynch used for the Palmer’s house for the last three years. Ever since the “Twin Peaks: The Return” finale earlier this year, more and more Lynch fans just can’t stop knocking on Reber’s door.

The Palmer household was always one of the most important locations featured on “Twin Peaks,” but the finale of “The Return” really cemented its legacy. The majority of the final hour found Dale Cooper, now called Richard, and Laura Palmer, now called Carrie Page, venturing back to Twin Peaks to visit the Palmer home. When they knocked on the door, a woman named Alice Tremond answered and had »

- Zack Sharf

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‘Twin Peaks’ Fans Are Flocking to Laura Palmer’s Home, and the Owner is Letting Them In

20 September 2017 7:07 AM, PDT | Indiewire Television | See recent Indiewire Television news »

Not every homeowner wants people ringing on their doorbell and asking if they can come inside and take pictures, but not every homeowner lives in Laura Palmer’s house. Mary Reber is a resident of Everett, Washington and has lived in the home David Lynch used for the Palmer’s house for the last three years. Ever since the “Twin Peaks: The Return” finale earlier this year, more and more Lynch fans just can’t stop knocking on Reber’s door.

The Palmer household was always one of the most important locations featured on “Twin Peaks,” but the finale of “The Return” really cemented its legacy. The majority of the final hour found Dale Cooper, now called Richard, and Laura Palmer, now called Carrie Page, venturing back to Twin Peaks to visit the Palmer home. When they knocked on the door, a woman named Alice Tremond answered and had »

- Zack Sharf

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David Lynch Explains Phillip Jeffries In Twin Peaks: The Return

20 September 2017 6:33 AM, PDT | ScreenRant.com | See recent Screen Rant news »

David Lynch explains how David Bowie's Phillip Jeffries character came back in Twin Peaks: The Return, saying he's not a tea kettle. »

- Padraig Cotter

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Jamie Lee Curtis to Star in, Produce Funeral-Home Sitcom at CBS

19 September 2017 4:21 PM, PDT | TVLine.com | See recent TVLine.com news »

Jamie Lee Curtis and CBS are looking to put the “fun” back in funerals.

The Scream Queens star has signed on to star in and executive-produce a CBS sitcom currently in development that’s set at a funeral home, according to our sister site Variety. In the multi-camera comedy, titled Quality of Life, Curtis will play the matriarch of a family that’s run a funeral home for generations.

RelatedTwin PeaksSherilyn Fenn Books Arc on CBS’ S.W.A.T. as Murderous Mom

Curtis came up with the idea for the series along with Janis Hirsch (Will & Grace, »

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David Lynch Explains David Bowie’s Return to ‘Twin Peaks,’ Wishes He Could Work With Him Again

19 September 2017 12:24 PM, PDT | Indiewire | See recent Indiewire news »

Twin Peaks: The Return” may be over, but David Lynch isn’t done talking to the press just yet. In a new interview with Pitchfork, the filmmaker gets more candid than usual while talking about his process, and he gets downright sentimental while remembering David Bowie and what it took to bring him back as Phillip Jeffries in the new batch of episodes. “Twin Peaks” executive producer Sabrina Sutherland revealed on Reddit earlier this month that Bowie gave Lynch his approval, but now the director is explaining Bowie’s appearance in his own words.

Read More:‘Twin Peaks’ Ending Explained: How to Make Sense of David Lynch’s Baffling Finale

“I never even talked to him, but I talked to his lawyer, and they weren’t telling me why he said he couldn’t do it. But then, of course, later on we knew,” Lynch said. “We got permission to use the old footage, »

- Zack Sharf

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David Lynch Explains David Bowie’s Return to ‘Twin Peaks,’ Wishes He Could Work With Him Again

19 September 2017 12:24 PM, PDT | Indiewire Television | See recent Indiewire Television news »

Twin Peaks: The Return” may be over, but David Lynch isn’t done talking to the press just yet. In a new interview with Pitchfork, the filmmaker gets more candid than usual while talking about his process, and he gets downright sentimental while remembering David Bowie and what it took to bring him back as Phillip Jeffries in the new batch of episodes. “Twin Peaks” executive producer Sabrina Sutherland revealed on Reddit earlier this month that Bowie gave Lynch his approval, but now the director is explaining Bowie’s appearance in his own words.

Read More:‘Twin Peaks’ Ending Explained: How to Make Sense of David Lynch’s Baffling Finale

“I never even talked to him, but I talked to his lawyer, and they weren’t telling me why he said he couldn’t do it. But then, of course, later on we knew,” Lynch said. “We got permission to use the old footage, »

- Zack Sharf

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Homeland EP Teases Carrie-Keane Showdown in Season 7, Confirms [Spoiler] Is Definitely Dead

18 September 2017 6:28 PM, PDT | TVLine.com | See recent TVLine.com news »

Sometimes dead is dead — even on Homeland.

At Sunday’s Emmy Awards, the Showtime drama’s longtime EP/director Lesli Linka Glatter officially confirmed that the death of Rupert Friend’s seemingly immortal Quinn in the Season 6 finale will indeed stick. “I wish he wasn’t [dead],” she lamented to me on the red carpet prior to the ceremony, where she was up for her fifth Emmy for directing Homeland (she lost out to Handmaid Tale‘s Reed Morano).

At the start of our brief Q&A — which »

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‘The Night Of’ Didn’t Lose to ‘Big Little Lies’ at the Emmys — It Lost to a Broken System

17 September 2017 9:31 PM, PDT | Indiewire | See recent Indiewire news »

Last year, one of the biggest Emmys stories had nothing to do with the 2016 ceremony.

People wouldn’t stop talking about “The Night Of,” a summer sensation among viewers and critics that debuted in mid-June on HBO. The limited series aired its first episode before the Emmy nominations were announced and its last episode nearly a month before the ceremony took place.

And yet, “The Night Of” was nowhere to be seen on Emmys night; it wasn’t eligible.

Read More:Emmys Review: Stephen Colbert Commits the Cardinal Sin of Hosting By Getting in the Way of All the Great Winners

Thankfully, the memories of TV Academy voters were sound enough to nominate Steven Zaillian and Richard Price’s eight-episode drama for 13 Emmys in 2017. More than a year after its premiere, “The Night Of” became an Emmy winner by snagging four wins at the Creative Arts Emmys (for cinematography, sound editing, »

- Ben Travers

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Ray Donovan's Paula Malcomson Talks 'Hellish' Abby Storyline: 'It Got Gnarly'

17 September 2017 6:59 PM, PDT | TVLine.com | See recent TVLine.com news »

Not long after Ray Donovan’s Paula Malcomson learned that her cancer-stricken alter ego, Abby, would not survive the series’ current fifth season, she had something of an epiphany. “I made a phone call to [showrunner] David Hollander and said, ‘I want her to lose all her dignity. I want her to lose her beauty. I need this to be bad; otherwise, I don’t know how [she would ever] leave her children,’” she recalls. “And he said, ‘Let me think about it.’ And he put the phone down and then called me back in 15 seconds and said, ‘Ok, let’s go. Let’s do it. »

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‘Twin Peaks’: David Lynch Had Nine Inch Nails Write a New Song Because the First Wasn’t ‘Aggressive and Ugly’ Enough

17 September 2017 12:03 PM, PDT | Indiewire Television | See recent Indiewire Television news »

The best hour of “Twin Peaks: The Return” also featured one of its most high-profile musical performances — and, in a break from form, it didn’t end the episode. Nine Inch Nails performed an abrasive tune part of the way through “Part 8,” which showed us David Lynch’s singular take on a nuclear explosion and a mysterious bug whose true nature was never made entirely clear. According to Nin frontman Trent Reznor, the song that made it into the episode was different from the one they originally composed.

Read More:‘Twin Peaks’ Part 8 Was the Closest We’ll Come to Seeing David Lynch’s ‘Tree of Life’

“Actually we wrote a different song initially, [Lynch] said, ‘How about something less ‘Twin Peaks’-y sounding, and more aggressive and ugly,’” the Oscar-winning composer revealed in a radio interview. “I think he said, ‘Make my hair stand on end.’”

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- Michael Nordine

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‘Twin Peaks’: David Lynch Had Nine Inch Nails Write a New Song Because the First Wasn’t ‘Aggressive and Ugly’ Enough

17 September 2017 12:03 PM, PDT | Indiewire | See recent Indiewire news »

The best hour of “Twin Peaks: The Return” also featured one of its most high-profile musical performances — and, in a break from form, it didn’t end the episode. Nine Inch Nails performed an abrasive tune part of the way through “Part 8,” which showed us David Lynch’s singular take on a nuclear explosion and a mysterious bug whose true nature was never made entirely clear. According to Nin frontman Trent Reznor, the song that made it into the episode was different from the one they originally composed.

Read More:‘Twin Peaks’ Part 8 Was the Closest We’ll Come to Seeing David Lynch’s ‘Tree of Life’

“Actually we wrote a different song initially, [Lynch] said, ‘How about something less ‘Twin Peaks’-y sounding, and more aggressive and ugly,’” the Oscar-winning composer revealed in a radio interview. “I think he said, ‘Make my hair stand on end.’”

Read More:‘Twin Peaks »

- Michael Nordine

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Harry Dean Stanton: An Enigmatic Icon Whose Final Starring Role Might Be His Best

16 September 2017 4:41 PM, PDT | Variety - Film News | See recent Variety - Film News news »

As Ry Cooder’s slide guitar sounds melancholy echoes, the man suddenly appears in the desert, walking purposely toward some vague destination off in the distance. His sunbaked face covered with several days of beard, his pinstripe suit dusty and ill-matched with a red baseball cap, he is plainly driven by some inner demons. Just as plainly, he isn’t going to last much longer.

That’s how Harry Dean Stanton first appears in “Paris, Texas,” the classic 1984 drama directed by Wim Wenders from a screenplay credited to Sam Shepard and L.M. Kit Carson. And while taking stock of the much-respected actor on the occasion of his passing — Stanton died Friday in Los Angeles at the age of 91 — I cannot help viewing that unforgettable image as metaphoric: After a long trudge through a wilderness of secondary roles, he finally broke through in this film to get the attention he so richly deserved.

Of course, »

- Joe Leydon

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Harry Dean Stanton Remembered as Hollywood Mourns Cult Favorite

16 September 2017 12:41 PM, PDT | MovieWeb | See recent MovieWeb news »

Harry Dean Stanton passed away yesterday at the age of 91 and Hollywood has taken to social media to pay tribute to the screen legend who starred in Alien, Twin Peaks and everything in between. According to TMZ, the actor passed away peacefully at Cedars-Sinai Hospital in Los Angeles. Stanton's career spanned more than 6 decades in numerous television and movie projects and he was also a Navy veteran of World War II.

Harry Dean Stanton was born in Irvine, Kentucky and raised with a musical background while attending Lafayette High School and the University of Kentucky in Lexington. Stanton sings, plays guitar, and plays the harmonica. After performing theater in college, Stanton said that he had to choose between being an actor and a musician while also mentioning that he could have been a writer as well after studying journalism. He was convinced to get into acting and the rest is history. »

- MovieWeb

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