David Lynch: The ARt Life

FILM INFO

Director: John Nguyen, Olivia Neergaard-Holm, Rick Barnes
Starring: David Lynch
Running Time: 90 mins
Language: English

 

 

 

 

IN CINEMAS & on Demand NOW

Lauded with critical acclaim at the 2016 BFI London Film Festival and the 2016 Venice Film Festival, DAVID LYNCH: THE ART LIFE is an intimate portrait of a master director, screenwriter and producer.

Known for cult classics The Elephant Man (1980) Blue Velvet (1986) and Mulholland Dr. (2001) and with a revival series of mystery-horror Twin Peaks (1990-1991, 2017) on the way, David Lynch is one of the most prolific filmmakers working in the industry today. The formative years of his life are explored in unprecedented depth, from his idyllic upbringing in small town America, to the dark streets of Philadelphia, recounting the events that helped shape one of cinema’s most enigmatic and revered directors.

Narrated by Lynch himself, the documentary infuses his art, music and films in striking fashion, shining a light into his unique world, and offering audiences a greater understanding of the artist, as well as the man.

The film is also available on Curzon Home Cinema and iTunes.

Also available on OurScreen

SCREENINGS

NOW PLAYING:

London - BFI Southbank

London - Institute of Contemporary Arts

London - Bertha DocHouse, Curzon Bloomsbury

London - Picturehouse Central

London - Hackney Picturehouse

London - Greenwich Picturehouse

London - Ritzy Picturehouse

London - Barbican Cinema

Scotland - Glasgow Film Theatre

Scotland - The Cameo, Edinburgh

Manchester - HOME

Newcastle-upon-Tyne - Tyneside Film Theatre

Wales - Chapter, Cardiff

Bristol - Watershed

Sheffield - Showroom Workstation

Nottingham - Broadway Cinema

Ireland - Light House Cinema, Dublin

Ireland - Irish Film Institute, Dublin

Lewes - Depot Cinema

PLAYING FROM JULY 21:

Bradford - Picturehouse at Science & Media Museum

Cambridge - Arts Picturehouse

Liverpool - Picturehouse at FACT

Norwich - Cinema City Picturehouse

Sheffield - Showroom Workstation

Nottingham - Broadway Cinema

London - BFI Southbank

London - Barbican Cinema

London - Institute of Contemporary Arts

London - Bertha DocHouse, Curzon Bloomsbury

London - Picturehouse Central

London - Everyman King's Cross

Manchester - HOME

Newcastle-upon-Tyne - Tyneside Film Theatre

Bristol - Watershed

Ireland - Irish Film Institute, Dublin

Scotland - The Cameo, Edinburgh

PLAYING FROM JULY 28:

Exeter - Phoenix

Exeter - Picturehouse

Northampton - Errol Flynn Filmhouse

Shetland - Mareel Arts Venue

Leicester - Phoenix

London - The Institute of Light, Hackney

Edinburgh - Filmhouse

Wales - Theatr Clwyd

East Sussex - Kino Teatr

Wales - Tramshed, Cardiff

Yorkshire - Stephen Joseph Theatre 

Bristol - Cube Cinema