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David Lynch predicts online film future

27 December 2010 8:09 AM, PST | Digital Spy | See recent Digital Spy - Movie News news »

David Lynch has predicted that more movies will premiere on the internet in the near future. Bang Showbiz quotes the Mulholland Drive director as saying that he is concerned over the much-speculated notion that movie theatres will eventually become extinct. "That's where everything is heading very soon. It will just be downloads," he said. "It doesn't matter how people get hold of a film; as (more) »

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David Lynch predicts web future for films

27 December 2010 3:40 AM, PST | Bloginity | See recent Bloginity news »

David Lynch thinks movies will eventually only be available to download from the internet. The 'Mulholland Drive' director is a champion of new technology and believes the tradition of seeing new films in the cinema will soon become outdated. When asked if he would ever release a film only via his website, David said: "That's where everything is heading very soon. It will just be downloads." Although Lynch doesn't have a problem with downloading movies, he still believes it is magical to see a film on the big screen and it is something that can't be recreated on smaller screens. He explained: "It doesn't matter how people get hold of a film; as long as they can see it in the right way it will still be beautiful. If people can see a film on a big screen with the lights low and good sound, then they still »

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David Lynch: Movies Will Just Be Downloads in the Future

27 December 2010 1:36 AM, PST | Celebrity Mania | See recent Celebrity Mania news »

David Lynch thinks movies will eventually only be available to download from the Internet. The "Mulholland Drive" director is a champion of new technology and believes the tradition of seeing new films in the cinema will soon become outdated.

"That's where everything is heading very soon," David said when asked if he would ever release a film only via his website. "It will just be downloads."

Although David doesn't have a problem with downloading movies, he still believes it is magical to see a film on the big screen and it is something that can't be recreated on smaller screens.

He explained, "It doesn't matter how people get hold of a film; as long as they can see it in the right way it will still be beautiful. If people can see a film on a big screen with the lights low and good sound, then they still have the chance to enter another world. »

- celebrity-mania.com

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Wimps?

19 December 2010 6:37 AM, PST | FilmExperience | See recent FilmExperience news »

Michael C here trying to piece together some conclusions from this first wave of precursors.

One thing we can say for certain. With all the support materializing for Black Swan this past week the message is unequivocal: no discussion of the year’s best work will be complete without Aronofsky’s dance phantasmagoria in the mix. Yet Swan’s place in the lineup isn't the sure thing it should be. Due to the film’s extreme nature it is widely assumed that for every one Academy member who has the stomach for it, there will be ten others who are fleeing the screening with their hands over their ears, humming the score from Driving Miss Daisy to blot out the horrible sounds coming from the screen.

Are Oscar voters wimps?

One could be forgiven for getting that impression reading the conventional wisdom bandied back and forth about films like 127 Hours or Black Swan. »

- Michael C.

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Eastwood And Brand Help Lynch Launch Veterans Meditation

14 December 2010 4:16 AM, PST | WENN | See recent WENN news »

Director David Lynch enlisted the help of stars including Clint Eastwood and Russell Brand to launch a meditation scheme for war veterans.

The Mulholland Drive moviemaker has long championed transcendental meditation (Tm) and previously encouraged children to take up the practice in a bid to improve their behaviour.

Lynch is now turning his attentions to former soldiers, launching Operation Warrior Wellness to help troops suffering from post-traumatic stress disorder after serving in war zones such as Iraq and Afghanistan.

The director's Foundation for Consciousness-Based Education and Peace held an event in New York City on Monday night to launch a campaign to train 10,000 veterans in the technique.

Eastwood and Brand joined a number of former soldiers at the event, and the Dirty Harry star revealed he has been using meditation for many years.

He says, "I'm a great supporter of transcendental meditation. I've been using it for almost 40 years now. It's a great tool for stress... especially considering the stress our men and women of the armed forces are going through."

Brand, who took up Tm 14 months ago, adds, "(It's) extremely brilliant... In a way this sort of validates me as a human and my formerly secret brilliance. Let's get this out there."

Lynch is convinced Eastwood's backing will help convince veterans the practise does not compromise their masculinity, adding, "Clint Eastwood is about as macho as they get and he's been meditating longer than I have." »

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The Notable Films of 2011: Part One

13 December 2010 7:39 AM, PST | Dark Horizons | See recent Dark Horizons news »

Back for its third year (see the 2010 edition) and bigger than ever, today kicks off the first in a fifteen-part look at the various cinematic releases hitting the U.S. in 2011. Each 'part' contains brief descriptions and editorial opinion/analysis of varying length covering twenty films. Expect the remaining ones to go up between now and the first major releases in mid-January.

Like all cinematic lists set within a timeframe, there's some overlap. Some films here have already opened worldwide but have yet to hit the U.S., some upcoming films you'd expect to be here aren't because they're either still in development or have already announced 2012 release dates, some were on last year's list but got delayed so have been included again (but with all new analysis).

I confined my list to films that have either set 2011 release dates or had begun/completed production, and only films that have »

- Garth Franklin

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The Notable Films of 2011: Part One

13 December 2010 7:39 AM, PST | Dark Horizons | See recent Dark Horizons news »

Back for its third year (see the 2010 edition) and bigger than ever, today kicks off the first in a fifteen-part look at the various cinematic releases hitting the U.S. in 2011. Each 'part' contains brief descriptions and editorial opinion/analysis of varying length covering twenty films. Expect the remaining ones to go up between now and the first major releases in mid-January.

Like all cinematic lists set within a timeframe, there's some overlap. Some films here have already opened worldwide but have yet to hit the U.S., some upcoming films you'd expect to be here aren't because they're either still in development or have already announced 2012 release dates, some were on last year's list but got delayed so have been included again (but with all new analysis).

I confined my list to films that have either set 2011 release dates or had begun/completed production, and only films that have »

- Garth Franklin

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In praise of the Black Swan controversy

10 December 2010 5:10 AM, PST | The Guardian - Film News | See recent The Guardian - Film News news »

Darren Aronofsky's thriller has polarised audiences to a degree that is all too rare in awards season. All the more reason to treasure a film that drives us to wide-eyed devotion or furious loathing

From across the Atlantic comes music sweet to my ears – the din of argument, counter-argument, hackles being raised and passions inflamed, all in the name of a movie. Such are the vital signs of a film culture in rude health. And in this case the cause has been Black Swan, Darren Aronofsky's eagerly anticipated riff on The Red Shoes, Dario Argento and all points in between, newly released in the Us and already the subject of a tidal wave of adoration. However, there are intriguingly loud notes of dissent among the garlands, including the La Times' indifference or dance critic Apollinaire Scherr's dismissal of the film as "odious" and "pathetic".

It's a debate I »

- Danny Leigh

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Jason Solomons's Trailer Trash

7 December 2010 9:31 AM, PST | The Guardian - Film News | See recent The Guardian - Film News news »

Jason Solomons on David Lynch's foray into dance music, 30 years of Airplane! and getting hammered with the Queen

Bet David looks good on the dancefloor

Stars of the indie film world gather on Sunday 5 December for the first big awards of the season, the Bifas. The British Independent Film awards is always one of the biggest parties – Moët are sponsoring, so bubbly will flow — and this year the DJ is Rob da Bank.

I hear that he's got some special tracks lined up for his set, including a techno dancefloor filler by David Lynch. The director of Wild at Heart and Mulholland Drive released a single on Rob's Sunday Best label last week, and the DJ thinks the Bifas will be the obvious gig to see if Lynch can wow a dancefloor like he does on the big screen. The song is called "Good Day Today", and stars getting »

- Jason Solomons

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Masters of Cinema Book Review

6 December 2010 9:00 AM, PST | HeyUGuys.co.uk | See recent HeyUGuys news »

Cahiers du cinema should need no introduction and this new series of books come to us under their banner from Phaidon Press; ten books, ten directors named Masters of cinema and a more perfect Christmas present for the cinephile in your life I could not imagine.

I’m familiar with each of the ten directors here (for a full list see the front covers to the right of the article) and I’ve seen almost every film discussed in the ten books but there was a tangible thrill on starting each one, it was the same sensation I felt when I discovered each director years ago and while I’m not a fan of all I am more than happy to read and discuss the merits, or lack thereof, of the films they produce.

These are beautiful books, and I cannot recommend them highly enough. Present in each are some »

- Jon Lyus

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Holiday Underground Shopping Guide 2010

6 December 2010 6:00 AM, PST | Underground Film Journal | See recent Underground Film Journal news »

“Ho Ho … What the hell is this?”

If that’s the type of reaction you want to get out of somebody — or everybody! — on your Christmas list, then pick something out of this collection of bizarro movies, gross-out flicks and mind-bending reads.

The New Underground Classics

Altamont Now, dir. Joshua von Brown

Chosen as Bad Lit’s 2008 Movie of the Year, this balls-out, punk-rockin’ apocalypse comes firing at you like a nuclear missile. (Seriously, it was filmed in an actual missile silo.) Part social commentary, part fame whore busting, part punk rock musical — and all freakin’ hilarious! (Review)

Every Other Day Is Halloween, dir. C.W. Prather

Screw Santa. Who you’ll really want to see on Christmas is Count Gore De Vol, Washington D.C.’s beloved TV horror host who for years thrilled late night viewers with scares and laughs before taking his act online for the whole world to enjoy. »

- Mike Everleth

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Movie Chaser: Paranoia, Pirouettes, and Portman

3 December 2010 12:49 PM, PST | Reelzchannel.com | See recent ReelzChannel news »

What sacrifices must be made for art? What if it’s all just an illusion anyhow, a fantasy made up to cope with the difficulties of reality? Is there a way that these issues can be dramatized with a steamy lesbian love scene? These are questions being asked by Darren Aronofsky’s Black Swan, but they’re also part of the equally trippy Mulholland Drive, David Lynch’s intense psychosexual drama now streaming on Netflix.

more on both movies >>

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Girls on Girls on Film

3 December 2010 7:07 AM, PST | AwardsDaily.com | See recent AwardsDaily news »

The Daily Beast calls this a list of the “10 Steamiest Lesbian Sex Scenes” but most of them are merely humid and partly dewy. For a stark contrast with true sizzle on film, »

- Ryan Adams

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David Lynch Invades The Music World Again With Electro-Pop Single 'Good Day Today'

30 November 2010 1:00 PM, PST | MTV Newsroom | See recent MTV Newsroom news »

Over the course of his long and fruitful career, David Lynch has made some of the most striking, memorable contributions to the world of cinema, including strange, beloved classics like "Eraserhead," "The Elephant Man," "Blue Velvet" and "Mulholland Drive" (not to mention the incredible television series "Twin Peaks"). But what many people don't know is that Lynch has made incredible contributions to the world of music, and he has recently released his latest foray into the music world in a strange electro-pop single called "Good Day Today."

After an initial blast of noise, the track settles into a minimalist electro groove that propels and pulsates while Lynch's digitally-manipulated voice intones lyrics like "So tired of fire/ So tired of smoke" before arriving at the chorus: "I want to have a good day today." Considering the source, it's actually a pretty straightforward little pop song whose beat wouldn't necessarily be out »

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Listen: David Lynch's Ill-Advised Foray Into Electronic Music

30 November 2010 12:10 PM, PST | The Playlist | See recent The Playlist news »

So when he's not making movies, selling coffee or giving weather reports, David Lynch likes to make music. He's contributed bits and pieces to the scores for "Wild at Heart," "Twin Peaks: Fire Walk with Me" and "Mulholland Drive," penned a couple of decent songs for "Inland Empire" and even dropped a straight up rock record (well, as "straight up" as Lynch gets) called BlueBob. However, his latest release is an electronic/"modern blues" single entitled "Good Day Today." And it's not very good. The A-side is a pulsating electronic number that finds Lynch repeating the heavily vocoder-ed title of the… »

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David Lynch Releases His First Electronic Single on iTunes

30 November 2010 7:17 AM, PST | SoundOnSight | See recent SoundOnSight news »

Director David Lynch has signed on to UK indie label Sunday Best Recordings to release his first original electronic single “Good Day Today”.

The filmmaker is no stranger to creating music. While this may be his first original single, he has created music in the past for his films Wild at Heart, Twin Peaks: Fire Walk with Me, Mulholland Drive and Rabbits. He has also produced and written lyrics for Julee Cruise’s first two albums, “Floating Into the Night” and “The Voice of Love”.

The electronic single “Good Day Today,” will be backed with a narcotic blues track “I Know,” and will be as an exclusive release via iTunes.

In the press release Rod da Bank of Sunday Best Recording had this to say, “If I hadn’t just pinched myself, I’d swear I was dreaming that we’re actually putting out a record by David Lynch,” Sunday »

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David Lynch Releases First Electronic Single “Good Day Today” on iTunes

29 November 2010 12:05 PM, PST | Collider.com | See recent Collider.com news »

Director David Lynch (Blue Velvet) has released his first original electronic single “Good Day Today”, backed with the narcotic blues track “I Know”, on iTunes.  Lynch has signed the track to UK indie label Sunday Best Recordings.  Sunday Best has commissioned a set of remixes of “Good Day Today” set for release in January.

While this is Lynch’s first original electronic single, the legendary filmmaker has been creating music for decades.  He composed bits of music for Wild at Heart, Twin Peaks: Fire Walk with Me, Mulholland Drive, and Rabbits.  He also produced and wrote lyrics for Julee Cruise’s first two albums, “Floating Into the Night” and “The Voice of Love”.  Lynch recently collaborated on the album “Dark Knight of the Soul” with Sparklehouse and Danger Mouse.  Click here to go buy “Good Day Today” on iTunes and hit the jump for the full press release.

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The latest offbeat experiment from filmmaker David Lynch: pop singles

28 November 2010 11:18 AM, PST | The Guardian - Film News | See recent The Guardian - Film News news »

The idiosyncratic director defies expectation once more by turning singer-songwriter

David Lynch: revered film-maker, avant-garde visionary, artist. But pop star? The suggestion is not as far-fetched as it may seem, as the legendary American director tomorrow makes an unexpected departure from his previous work and launches himself on an alternative career path as a writer and singer.

The creator of Twin Peaks, Blue Velvet and Mulholland Drive is releasing two debut singles, Good Day Today and I Know, through a British independent label. After a film career spanning more than four decades, Lynch told the Guardian that music has become a powerful inspiration in his life.

"I've always loved sounds and so I built a studio where I can experiment with sound, and gradually I started experimenting with music. I'm not a musician, but I love to experiment and try to make music," he said, speaking from his home in La. »

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Inception Blu-ray Review

26 November 2010 11:22 AM, PST | TheHDRoom | See recent TheHDRoom news »

Christopher Nolan's latest blockbuster, Inception, centers on Dom Cobb (Leonardo DiCaprio). Cobb is an "extractor," a person capable of entering the mind of an individual while they are dreaming. Cobb's talents are best used best by corporations, which hire him to invade the mind of rival executives and steal valued business secrets that are deep within their subconscious.

When we first meet Cobb, a Japanese billionaire named Saito (Ken Watanabe) hires him for a rather unique task: instead of extracting information from a rival named Robert Fischer (Cillian Murphy), Dom is to plant an inception in his memory that will help cause the demise of Fischer's corporation. In order to carry out the job, Cobb assembles a team to help him map out a plan and execute it. In addition to Arthur (Joseph Gordon-Levitt), his longtime planner, the team consists of a Dreamscape architect (Ellen Page), a "forger" (Tom Hardy »

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Take Three: Melissa George

21 November 2010 1:51 PM, PST | FilmExperience | See recent FilmExperience news »

Craig here with Take Three. Today: Melissa George

Take One: This is the Girl

She was indeed the girl. But which girl? Camilla Rhodes? Just another nameless blond wannabe actress lip-syncing for her life? A slinky id to further lead Betty down Hollywood’s hellish rabbit hole - or take Diane for a five-dollar fool? She embodied what Betty/Diane always wanted; she represented what killed Betty/Diane. Of course she was Melissa George making the fake fifties pretty by miming her way through Linda Scott’s ‘I’ve Told Every Little Star’. The camera catches her pouts, puckers and pretend act up close and personal. She's the girl in a glossy 10x8; a haunting headshot in your face. One thing’s for sure: we’ll never know what, why or indeed who Camilla was. That’s the big unanswered anomaly of David Lynch’s Mulholland Dr. (2001). 

But it was that kiss that did it. »

- Craig Bloomfield

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