David Lynch is a professor of film at the European Graduate School in Saas-Fee, Switzerland, where he teaches an Intensive Summer Workshop:
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“Absurdity is what I like most in life.

Ideas are very powerful and some of them you fall in love with.

It's a dangerous thing to say what a picture is. If things get too specific, the drama stops.

Design and music, art and architecture — they all belong together. You build your own world.

I'm a mediator, and the idea of that is to expand consciousness.”


David Lynch is a professor of film at the European Graduate School in Saas-Fee, Switzerland, where he teaches an Intensive Summer Workshop:
   

LYNCH WORLDS (2-credit workshop)
Absurdity, nausea, double meaning, the too-good, and the blatant esoteric are among the ingredients of a cinematic art that changed television and are about to invade cybermedia.

   

David Lynch is an American filmmaker with European sensibilities, famous for his cinema of absurdity full of psychogenic fugues and travelogues from everyday Hell. Trained as a painter at Corcoran School of Art (Washington), he went on to study at the Pennsylvania Academy of Fine Arts (Philadelphia), and the American Film Institute (Los Angeles). His feature debut film "Eraserhead" (1977) is a nightmarish meditation on family life. His "Elephant Man" (1982) received a Cesar, "Wild at Heart" (1990) the Palm d'Or in Cannes, and the TV series "Twin Peaks" (1990) changed the aesthetics of this medium. Lynch also designed soundscapes and furniture, and his paintings and photographs have been exhibitioned internationally. Other films: Blue Velvet (1986), Zelly and Me (1988), Lost Highway (1997), Straight Story (1999), Mulholland Drive (2000).

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Required Books and Reading Assignments:
Lynch, David and Chris Rodley. Lynch on Lynch. Faber & Faber. London, April 1999, 290 pages, Paperback, ISBN: 0571195482. Buy it at Amazon.

Zizek, Slavoj. The Art of the Ridiculous Sublime: On David Lynch's Lost Highway (Occasional Papers (Walter Chapin Simpson Center for the Humanities), 1.). University of Washington Press. June 2000, 56 pages, Paperback, ISBN: 0295979259. Buy it at Amazon.

Films:
Mulholland Drive. 2001. Starring: Michael J. Anderson, Laura Herring, Ann Miller, Justin Turoux, Naomi Watts, etc. Visit the film's site

The Straight Story / Une histoire vraie. 1999. Co-produced by Les Films Alain Sarde, Picture Factory, Le Studio Canal Plus. 111 min, Starring: Richard Farnsworthh, Sissy Spacek, Everett McGill, Harry Dean Stanton, John Farley, Kevin P. Farley, etc. DVD ASIN: B00004Z4SD / B00004SX6X. Buy it at Amazon.com, Amazon.de, Amazon.co.uk or Amazon.fr. VHS (NTSC) ASIN: 6305810109 / VHS (PAL) ASIN: B00004RCOS. Buy it at Amazon.com, Amazon.de, Amazon.co.uk or Amazon.fr.

Lost Highway. 1996. 135 min, Starring: Bill Pullman, Patricia Arquette, Balthazar Getty, Robert Blake, Natasha Gregson Wagner, Robert Loggia, etc. DVD ASIN: B00004TFRF. Buy it at Amazon.com, Amazon.de, Amazon.co.uk or Amazon.fr. VHS (NTSC) ASIN: 6304510861 / VHS (PAL) ASIN: B00004R71O / France VHS (SECAM) ASIN: B00004W0LX. Buy it at Amazon.com, Amazon.de, Amazon.co.uk or Amazon.fr.

Lumière et compagnie / Lumiere y compañía / Lumière and Company. 1995. 88min, Directed by David Lynch, Peter Greenaway, etc.

Hotel Room. 1993. (TV Series)

On the Air. 1992. (TV Series) 30 min runtime - 7 episodes total.

Twin Peaks: Fire Walk With Me. 1992. Twin Peaks Productions. 135 min, Starring: Sheryl Lee, Ray Wise, Chris Isaak, Pamela Gidley, Moira Kelly, etc. VHS (NTSC) ASIN: 6303515304 / VHS (SECAM) ASIN : B00004W0LS. Buy it at Amazon.com or Amazon.fr.

Wild At Heart. 1990. Propaganda Films for Polygram. 124 min, Starring: Laura Dern, Nicolas Cage, Willem Dafoe, J.E. Freeman, Harry Dean Stanton, Diane Ladd, etc.

Industrial Symphony No. 1: The Dream of the Broken Hearted. 1990. (TV) Propaganda Films. 50 min, Starring: Julee Cruise, Michael J. Anderson, Nicolas Cage, Laura Dern. VHS (PAL) ASIN: B00004R6EO. Buy it at Amazon.de, Amazon.co.uk or Amazon.fr.

American Chronicles. 1990. (TV Series) 30 min runtime.

Twin Peaks. 1990-91. (TV Series). 47 min runtime - 29 episodes.

The Cowboy and the Frenchman. 1987. (TV, France). Starring: Frederick Golchan, Rick Guillory, Patrick Hauser, Michael Horse, Jack Nance, Harry Dean Stanton.

Blue Velvet 1986. 120 min, Starring: Isabella Rossellini, Kyle Maclachlan, Dennis Hopper, Laura Dern, Hope Lange, Dean Stockwell, George Dickerson, etc. DVD ASIN: 0792844793 / B00004D0B8. Buy it at Amazon.com, Amazon.de, Amazon.co.uk or Amazon.fr. VHS (NTSC) ASIN: 0792838084 / VHS-PAL ASIN: 0792838084. Buy it at Amazon.com, Amazon.de, Amazon.co.uk or Amazon.fr.

Dune. 1984. Dino de Laurentiis Productions/ Universal. 137min, Starring: Kyle MacLachlan, Francesca Annis, Leonardo Cimino, Brad Dourif, Jose Ferrer, Linda Hunt, Freddie Jones, Richard Jordan, etc. DVD ASIN: 0783226063 / DVD ASIN : B00004D0BA. Buy it at Amazon.com, Amazon.de, Amazon.co.uk or Amazon.fr. VHS (NTSC) ASIN: 0783221487/VHS-PAL ASIN: B00004R67R. Buy it at Amazon.com, Amazon.de, Amazon.co.uk or Amazon.fr.

The Elephant Man. 1980. Brooksfilms. 124mins, Starring: Anthony Hopkins, John Hurt, Anne Bancroft, John Gielgud, Wendy Hiller, Freddie Jones, etc. DVD ASIN : B00004VY1T. Buy it at Amazon.de, Amazon.co.uk or Amazon.fr. VHS (NTSC) ASIN: 6300214044 / VHS (PAL) ASIN: B00004CITU. Buy it at Amazon.com, Amazon.de, Amazon.co.uk or Amazon.fr.

Eraserhead. 1976. American Film Institute for Advanced Studies. 89 min, Starring: Jack Nance, Charlotte Stewart, Allen Joseph, Jeanne Bates, Judith Anna Roberts, Laurel Near, etc. DVD ASIN : B00004YVDJ. Buy it at Amazon.de, Amazon.co.uk or Amazon.fr. VHS (PAL) ASIN: B00004R67W / VHS (SECAM) ASIN : B00004WZ9R. Buy it at Amazon.com, Amazon.de, Amazon.co.uk or Amazon.fr.

The Amputee. 1968. 2 min, Starring: Catherine E. Coulson, David Lynch.

The Grandmother. 1970. Financially supported by the American Film Institute. 34 min, Starring: Richard White, Dorothy McGinnis, Virginia Maitland, Robert Chadwick.

The Alphabet. 1968. Pennsylvanian Academy of Fine Arts, Philadelphia/ H.Barton Wassermann. 4 min, Starring: Peggy Lynch.

Six Figures Getting Sick. 1967. Co-produced by David Lynch, Pennsylvania Academy of Fine Arts. 1 min.

Music:
Cruise, Julee, David Lynch (words), Angelo Badalamenti (music). Floating into the night. 1989. Burbank, California. CD ASIN: B000002LH4. Buy it at Amazon.com, Amazon.de, Amazon.co.uk or Amazon.fr.

Montgomery, Jocelyn, David Lynch. Lux Vivens (Living Light): The Music Of Hildegard Von Bingen. Uni/Mammoth. CD ASIN: B000009QU9. Buy it at Amazon.com, Amazon.de, Amazon.co.uk or Amazon.fr.

Ads:
Lynch, David. Playstation 2. 2000.

Lynch, David. Parisienne. 1998. An ad for F.J. Burrus's Parisienne cigarettes in Switzerland.

Lynch, David. Dead Leaves, Aunt Droid, Nuclear Winter and Rocket. 1997. A series of four ads created for the SciFi channel.

Lynch, David. Clear Blue Easy. 1997. Ad for the Clear Blue Easy pregnancy tests.

Lynch, David. Sun Moon Stars. 1994. Ads for the Karl Lagerfeld fragrance.

Lynch, David. Alka-Seltzer Plus. 1993. Ads.

Lynch, David. Barilla Pasta. 1993. Ad.

Lynch, David. The Wall. 1993. Ad for Adidas.

Lynch, David. Revealed. 1993. A public service announcement produced for the American Cancer Society on breast cancer.

Lynch, David. The Institute of Life. 1993. Created for Jill Sander.

Lynch, David. Who Is Gio? 1992. Ad for the Giorgio Armani fragrance.

Lynch, David. Opium. 1992. Ad for Yves Saint Laurent.

Lynch, David. Georgia Coffee. 1991. Four ads for Japanese television, set in Twin Peaks and featuring characters from the show.

Lynch, David. We Care About New York. 1991. Commercials.

Lynch, David. Technics. Ad.

Lynch, David, Sheryl Lee. PETA. Ad. Lynch, David. Obsession. 1988. Ads.

Videos:
Lynch, David. John Hagelin. September 2000. 28 min. Promotional video for the John Hagelin campaign.

Lynch, David. Longing. 1995. Promotional video for Japanese singer Yoshiki.

Lynch, David. Unfinished Sympathy. 1991. Music video for band Massive Attack.

Lynch, David. Wicked Game. 1991. Music video for the Chris Isaak song featured in Wild at Heart.

Exhibitions / Events:
Sinn und Form. May 15th - June 28th 1998. International Design Zentrum, Berlin. Exhibition of furniture.

School of Sound symposium. April 16th 19th 1998. London. "Guest speakers include Walter Murch, David Lynch, Michel Chion, LauraMulvey and Stephen Deutsch." May 1998 Los Angeles County Museum of Art Screening of Industrial Symphony, Eraserhead, etc.

Exquisite Corpse. February / March 1998. Ann Arbor Art Center. Exhbition, performances in the context of surrealism.

Night and City: Homage to Film Noir. August 14th 1997-Feb 22nd 1998. Seattle Art Museum.

Dreams: Symphony of accidents penetrated by organic phenomenon. December 20, 1996-January 21, 1997. Parco Gallery, Tokyo.

Antiquitäten der Zukunft. September 27-October 5, 1997. Zurich, Kongreßhalle exhibition of Lynch's furniture along with Phillipe Starcke and others.

April 5-June 8, 1997. Contemporary Arts Center, Cincinnatti, Exhibition of photographs with Dennis Hopper, John Waters, and Tim Burton.

April 1997. Salone del Mobile, Milano, Furniture exhibition.

Dreams. March 19-April 13, 1997. Exhibition of photographs in Japan.

January 14-February 22, 1997. Piltzer Gallery, Paris.

1996. Painting Pavillon, Open Air Museum, Hakone, Japan. -- Park Tower Hall, Tokyo. -- Namba City Hall, Osaka. -- Artium Fukuoka, Japan.

1995. Kohn/Turner Gallery, Los Angeles.

February-March 1993. James Corcoran Gallery, Santa Monica, CA.

1992. Sala Parpallo, Valencia, Spain.

1991. Exhibition at the Touku Museum of Contemporary Arts, Tokyo.

Strange Magic: Early Works. March 1-31, 1991. Rodger La Pelle Galleries.

1990. Tavelli Gallery, Aspen, Colorado. --No. 0 Gallery, Dallas, Texas.

1989. Lou Castelli Gallery, New York.

1987. James Corcoran Gallery, Santa Monica.

1983. Puerta Vallarta, Mexico.

Heart beat. 1979. Acting the role of a painter (providing his own paintings).

1979. International Art Fair, Washington, D.C.

1969. Paley Library Gallery, Philadelphia.

1967. Vanderlip Gallery, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.

Paintings:
Wounded Man As A Tree Creating Bugs. 1996. 167.6 x 167.6 cm.

Rat Meat Bird. 1996. 127 x 152.4 cm.

Rock With Seven Eyes. 1996. 127 x 152 cm.

Dog And Child Near My House. 1996. 167.6 x 167.6 cm.

Dr. Howl's Philosophy. 1996. 167.6 x 167.6 cm.

Blind Man's Experiment. 1996. 162.6 x 223.5 cm.

The Celebration Of The Cameleon. 1996. 167.6 x 167.6 cm.

Nothing Is Making Any Sense For Instance Why Is That Boy Bleeding From The Mouth. 1996. 162.6 x 223.5 cm.

Untitled. 1996. Drawing.

Bunch #1. 1995. 55. 88 x 76.2 cm.

Bunch #2. 1995. 55.88 x 76.2 cm.

Bunch #3. 1995. 55.88 x 76.2 cm.

Bunch #4. 1995. 55.88 x 76.2 cm.

Bunch #5. 1995. 55.88 x 76.2 cm.

Bunch #6. 1995. 55.88 x 76.2 cm.

Bunch #7. 1995. 55.88 x 76.2 cm.

Bunch #8. 1995. 55.88 x 76.2 cm.

A Bug Dreams Of Heaven. 1992. 99 x 122 cm.

A Flea Holds Its Head so High. 1992. 106 x 122 cm.

Billy Finds A Book of Riddles Right in His Own Backyard. 1992. 167 x 167cm.

Cardboard World #1. 1992. 99 x 122 cm.

Cardboard "S". 1992. 76 x 71 cm.

Cardboard "T". 1992. 76 x 71 cm.

I See Myself. 1992. 72 x 76 cm.

She Wasn't Fooling Anyone, She Was Hurt and She Was Hurt Bad. 1992. 106 x 122 cm.

So This Is Love. 1992. 163 x 223 cm.

Clouds With Plants and Rain. 1988-92. 41 x 48 cm.

Gold Rock. 1988-92. 41 x 48 cm.

Phleng. 1988-92. 41 x48 cm.

Four Pennies. 1988-92. 41 x 48 cm.

Stage of Gold Smoke. 1988-92. 41 x 48 cm.

Triangle Dance. 1988-92. 41 x 48 cm.

Untitled. 1991. 18 x 26 cm.

Ants In My House. 1990. 99 x 122 cm.

Billy Was Halfway Between His House and the Sickening Garden of Letters. 1990. 99 x 122 cm.

Dream Of Night Bombing. 1990. 106 x 122 cm.

Garden in the City of Industry. 1990. 71 x 76 cm.

Here I Am - Me as a House. 1990. 106 x 122 cm.

Red Headed Party Doll. 1990. 71 x 76 cm.

She Was Crying Just Outside the House. 1990. 106 x 122 cm.

Suddenly My House Became a Tree of Sores. 1990. 163 x 167 cm.

Antenna with Figure. 1988-90. 20.32 x 15.24 cm.

Antenna with Figure # 2. 1988-90. 20.32 x 15.24 cm.

Box of Bees. 1988-90. 20.32 x 15.24 cm.

Egg of Words. 1988-90. 20.32 x 15.24 cm.

Figures Waiting. 1988-90. 20.32 x 15.24 cm.

Floating Figure. 1988-90. 15.24 x 10.16 cm.

Pop this one Fuck. 1988-90. 20.32 x 15.24 cm.

Opening in Forest. 1988-90. 20.32 x 15.24 cm.

Heaven Phleng Hell. 1988-90. 15.24 x 10.16 cm.

Hey Ho. 1988-90. 20.32 x 15.24 cm.

Hot. 1988-90. 20.32 x 15.24 cm.

Hot Dog. 1988-90. 20.32 x 15.24 cm.

House. 1988-90. 15.24 x 10.16 cm.

Leaking. 1988-90. 20.32 x 15.24 cm.

Mysterious Forest. 1988-90. 20.32 x 15.24 cm.

Shadows. 1988-90. 20.32 x 15.24 cm.

Soft Eclipse. 1988-90. 15.24 x 10.16 cm.

Stage of Smoke and Wires. 1988-90. 25.4 x 17.78 cm.

Stage with Floating Figure. 1988-90. 25.4 x 17.78 cm.

Stage with Floating Figure # 2. 1988-90. 25.4 x 17.8 cm.

Stage with two Figures Dancing. 1988-90. 25.4 x 15.24 cm.

Trapeze #1. 1988-90. 25.4 x 17.8 cm.

Trapeze #2. 1988-90. 25.4 x 17.8 cm.

Trees at Night. 1988-90. 20.32 x 15.24 cm.

Winkie Dog. 1988-90. 15.24 x 10.16 cm.

Words at Night. 1988-90. 20.32 x 15.24 cm.

It's a Great Big Beautiful World. 1989. 163 x 223 cm.

Yeah And She Has Red Lips Too. 1989. 163 x 223 cm.

Boise, Idaho. 1989. 163 x 223 cm.

Oww God, Mom, the Dog He Bited Me. 1988. 167 x 167 cm.

Shadow of a Twisted Hand Across My House. 1988. 168 x 213 cm.

That's Me in Front of My House. 1988. 168 x 168 cm.

Landscape #1. 1987. 150 x 211 cm.

Cloud #1. 1987. 150 x 211 cm.

Dark Shapes Behind a Veil. 1987. 145 x 99 cm.

Smoking Shapes #2. 1987. 145 x 99 cm.

Smoking Shapes #3. 1987. 20 x 28 cm.

Three Figures On A Stage. 1987. Chalk drawing. 54 x 74 cm.

Figure #1. 1987. 57 x 39 cm.

Electrical Babies. 1986. 29.5 x 41.5 cm.

The Garden. 1969. 14 x 14 cm.

The Sickman. 1967. 60 x 60 cm.

Ronnie Rocket.

Prints:
Untitled #1. 1999. Monoprint on handmade paper, 25 x 25 in.

Untitled #2. 1999. Monoprint on handmade paper, 25 x 25 in.

Untitled #3. 1999. Monoprint on handmade paper, 24 1/2 x 25 in.

Untitled #5. 1999. Monoprint on handmade paper, 25 1/2 x 25 in.

(up until Untitled #37) Untitled I-XII. The Eight Quarters. 1998. Collograph and intaglio with ink wash on Somerset textured paper, Varied edition of 20, 93 3/4 x 46 in.

Plant. 1998. Collograph and relief on handmade paper, Edition of 3, 24 x 24 in.

ant bee tarantula. 1998. Collograph on Somerset textured paper, Edition of 20, 34 x 46 in.

bite. 1998. Collograph and relief on hand-made paper, 24 x 24 in.

bomb. 1998. Relief and ink wash on hand-made paper, 24 x 24 in.

open mouth. 1998. Collograph and relief on hand-made paper, 24 x 24 in.

path. 1998. Collograph and relief on hand-made paper, 24 x 24 in.

problem. 1998. Collograph and relief on hand-made paper, 24 x 24 in.

torso. 1998. Collograph and relief on hand-made paper, 24 x 24 in.

um sek an tard of u. 1998. Collograph and relief on hand-made paper, 24 x 24 in.

Two Birds. 1998. Collograph and relief on handmade paper, Edition of 3, 24 x 24 in.

Ricky Fly Board. 1997. Collage with flies and india ink on Rives BFK paper, Edition of 5, 18 x 18 in.

The Second Angel. 1997. Collograph on Somerset textured paper, Edition of 10, 92 x 92 in.

Rock. 1997. Collograph and relief on handmade paper, Edition of 3, 24 x 24 in.

Woman in Tank. 1997. Collograph on handmade paper, Edition of 8, 24 x 24 in.

Untitled (rocks with head). 1997. Collograph and relief print, printed on hand-made paper, 24 x 24 in.

> Untitled (aces). 1997. Collograph and relief print, printed on hand-made paper, 17 x 13 1/2 in.

Untitled (head). 1997. Collograph and relief print, printed on hand-made paper, 24 x 24 in.

Untitled (figure 1). 1997. Collograph on hand-made paper, 24 x 24 in.

Untitled (figure 2). 1997. Collograph on hand-made paper, 24 x 24 in.

Untitled (figure 3). 1997. Collograph on hand-made paper, 24 x 24 in.

Untitled (figure 5). 1997. Collograph on hand-made paper, 24 x 24 in.

Untitled (figure 6). 1997. Collograph on hand-made paper, 24 x 24 in.

Untitled (figure 7). 1997. Collograph on hand-made paper, 24 x 24 in.

Untitled (figure 8). 1997. Collograph on hand-made paper, 24 x 24 in.

Untitled (figure 9). 1997. Collograph on hand-made paper, 24 x 24 in.

Untitled (figure 10). 1997. Collograph on hand-made paper, 24 x 24 in.

Cartoons:
The Angriest Dog. 1983-1992. Published in local papers such as the L.A. Reader.

Furniture:
Expresso Table. Stained pine, raw steel, 46x32x33 cm.

Steel Block Table. Stained pine, raw steel, 40x40x33 cm.

Floating Beam Table. Stained pine, raw steel, 90x69x45 cm.

Club Table. Stained pine, raw steel, 24x24x69 cm.

Sculpture:
Eat My Fear. 2000.

Books:
Art of Dune Lynch, David. Images. Hyperion. New York, December 1994, 191 pages, Hardcover, ISBN: 078686060X. Buy it at Amazon.com, Amazon.de, Amazon.co.uk or Amazon.fr.

Lynch, David, Mark Frost, Richard Saul Wurman. Welcome to Twin Peaks. New York 1991.

Lynch, David, Barry Gifford. Lost Highway. Faber & Faber Ltd. London, March 1997, 120 pages, Paperback ISBN: 0571191509. Buy it at Amazon.com, Amazon.de, Amazon.co.uk or Amazon.fr.

Lynch, David, Chris Rodley (ed.). Lynch on Lynch. Faber & Faber Ltd. London, April 1997, 290 pages, Paperback, ISBN: 0571195482. Buy it at Amazon.com, Amazon.de, Amazon.co.uk or Amazon.fr.

Interviews:
Saada, Nicolas. arte. July 14, 2000. 20 min, France. Director Lynch Likens Filmmaking to Falling in Love. Charlie Rose Show # 2594. January 12, 2000.

Wise, Damon, Alistair Thain (Photography). Total Film. December 1999.

McKenna, Kristine. "Straight" Shooter: After a painful return to tv, America's oddest auteur gives the real "Story". Premiere. November 1999.

Romney, Jonathan. Mr. Weird Plays it Straight: He's back on the highway in his latest film, but there's not a gun-totin' deviant to be found. The Guardian. November 1999.

Dwyer, Michael. Irish Times. November 1999.

Henry, Michael. Un déplacement de 180 degrés. Positif. November 1999.

Delorme, Gérard. Droit comme un Lynch: Avec "Une Histoire Vraie", David Lynch remet Richard Farnsworth en selle. Première 272. November 1999.

Blumenfeld, Samuel. David Lynch, réalisateur. Le Monde. November 3,1999.

Sragow, Michael. I want a dream when I go to a film. Salon Magazine. October 28, 1999.

Lemon, Brendan. Even Auteurs need a break from themselves. The New York Times. October 10th 1999.

Straight time: David Lynch without irony. The Boston Phoenix. October 21 - 28, 1999.

Puig, Claudia. Lynch tries direction other than dark. USA Today. October 1999.

Wallace, Amy. 'Straight' Is a U-Turn For Lynch: Eighth Film Celebrates Farm Life. The Washington Post. September 26, 1999.

Wallace, Amy. David Lynch, Mild at Heart: The creator of the creepy 'Twin Peaks,' 'Blue Velvet' and 'Eraserhead' is making a G-rated Disney road picture. Los Angeles Times. September 12, 1999.

D'Yvoire, Christophe. David Lynch sur la route. Studio. January 1999.

Morning Becomes Eclectic. KCRW. December 2, 1998.

Wood, Brett. Head to Head: an interview with David Lynch. Art 22/5. September/October 1998.

Monster Cable Products Inc. The Monster Meets Filmmaker David Lynch. Home Theater Buyer's Guide. Fall 1998.

Close-Up on James Stewart: David Lynch. BBC2. December 22, 1997.

Swezey, Stuart. 911: David Lynch, Phone Home. Filmmaker 5/2. Winter 1997, pp.52-53.

Kermode, Mark. Weirdo. Q Magazine. September 1997.

Husband, Stuart. Lost and Spaced. Arena. September 1997.

Strauss, Bob. America's most enigmatic filmmaker chases his demons down a Lost Highway. e-online.

Penkava, Melinda. Talk of the Nation. NPR News. August 13, 1997.

Wood, Gaby. Weird at Heart. The Guardian. July 25, 1997.

Todd, Stephen. Head Trip: David Lynch. Black + White 24. April 1997.

Gore, Chris. Is David Lynch Just A Little Weird? Film Threat. April 1997.

Biodrowski, Steve. Lost Highway: David Lynch. Cinefantastique 28/10. April 1997.

Rodley, Chris. David Lynch: Does David Lynch Have Any Idea What He's Doing With His Life? Icon Thoughtstyle Magazine 1. April 1997.

Snead, Elizabeth. David Lynch, driven by a unique vision: In his new film, the 'Blue Velvet' director takes himself and fans down a dark 'Highway'. USA Today. March 3, 1997.

Stuart, Jan. David Lynch's Burning Passions. Newsday. March 9,1997.

The Lost Boys. Rolling Stone. March 6, 1997.

In Love With Ideas - David Lynch. Charlie Rose Show #1836. February 14, 1997.

Giammarco, David. Lynch Tries to Regain the Peak. Toronto Globe and Mail. February 24, 1997.

Marie Claire spends 24 hours with film director David Lynch. Marie Claire. February 1997.

Morning Becomes Eclectic. KCRW. February 19, 1997.

Leno, Jay. Tonight Show. February 18, 1997.

The World Reveals Itself. form 158. February 1997.

Yaffe, David. Lynch Law. Village Voice February 25, 1997, p. 63.

Paul Young. Talking Art: Wild at Art. Buzz Inc. 1993.

Letterman, David. Late Show. 1991.

Klein, Andy. Director's Notes. The Hollywood Reporter 1990.

CBC. 1990.

Bacci, Marco, David Strick (Photography). Italian Max. 1990.

Kämmerling, Christian. Süddeutsche Zeitung. September 21,1990.

Jerome, Jim. David Lynch - The brooding filmmaker behind TV's Twin Peaks lives simply, but he's wild at art. People. September 3, 1990.

David Lynch. Rolling Stone 586. September 6, 1990.

Woodward, Richard B. A Dark Lens On America. The New York Times Magazine. January 14, 1990.

lynch-time. Vogue. February 1990.

Hutchings, Michael. On Location: Blue Velvet's David Lynch views Nicolas Cage and Laura Dern through a lens darkly. People March 19, 1990.

Corliss, Richard, Elizabeth L. Bland. Czar of Bizarre. Time. 1990.

Rosin, Mark. The Wild Heart of David Lynch. Montage. September 1989.

McKenna, Kristine. A Real Multi-Media Kind of Guy: David Lynch, artist of many forms, tells his tales of Hollywood after 'Blue Velvet'. Los Angeles Times. August 20, 1989.

Bouzereau, Laurent. Blue Velvet: An Interview with David Lynch. Cineaste. March 1987.

die tageszeitung. February 12, 1987.

Ferry, Jeffrey, Andrew MacPherson (Photographs). Blue Movie. David Lynch, Isabella Rossellini interview. The Face 82. February 1987.

Tirard, Laurent. La Leçon de Cinema de David Lynch. Studio 118. January 1997.

Lynch, David. Hommage a Jack Nance. Les Inrockuptibles. January 1997.

Entretien avec David Lynch. Cahiers du Cinema 509. January 1997.

David Lynch. Télé K7 698. January 20, 1997.

David Lynch. Mad Movies 105. 1997.

L'Ecuyer, Gerald. Out of Bounds: David Lynch. Interview Magazine 1987.

Stathis, Lou. Heavy Metal 1982.

Saban, Stephen, Sarah Longacre. The Soho Weekly News. October 20, 1978.

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