Very few director’s have their own adjective: Lynchian. But then again, there are very few directors like David Lynch. Walking the tightrope between the mainstream and the avant-garde, Lynch brought to the screen a singularly dark and disturbing view of reality. A nightmare world punctuated by defining moments of extreme violence, bizarre comedy, and strange beauty, his dreamlike films have conjured some of the great modern American images. Celebrating his newly restored and re-released masterpiece Mulholland Drive, our hosts Hugo, Tom and Elliot discuss his entire body of work, the many interpretations his films stir up and much more!
Partnership with MUBI
We are delighted to announce our new partnership with MUBI, a curated streaming platform. Together, we offer you 30 days free to watch hand-picked films discussed in the ongoing podcast series, a LAB111 podcast celebrating the intricate wonders of cinema.
At long last, we are glad to host our first live recording following a screening of 2008’s Twilight. A chance to meet our podcast hosts Tom, Kiriko and Hugo as they discuss the relevance of Twilight; a film that showcases a darkly stylish depiction of female desire wrapped inside an inherently silly teen vampire romance. Like it or not this romance saga had us hooked from the beginning and launched the careers of its stars Robert Pattinson and Kristen Stewart. We welcome you to take a trip down memory lane and be a part of an undoubtedly very animated live podcast recording!
You can book your tickets here for 20th January!
(click on the links for tickets to screenings at LAB111 & American Dreams: The Complete Filmography of David Lynch programme)
- Sunset Blvd. (Billy Wilder, 1950)
- Eraserhead (David Lynch, 1977)
- Lost Highway (David Lynch, 1997)
- Inland Empire (David Lynch, 2006)
- Twin Peaks: Fire Walk With Me (David Lynch, 1992)
- Elephant Man (David Lynch, 1980)
- Freaks (Tod Browning, 1932)
- Dune (David Lynch, 1984)
- Blue Velvet (David Lynch, 1986)
- Wild At Heart (David Lynch, 1990)
- The Straight Story (David Lynch, 1999)
- Mulholland Drive (David Lynch, 2001)