Category: david lynch

filmista: Wild At Heart (1990) dir. David Lyn…

filmista:

Wild At Heart (1990) dir. David Lynch

“If you are truly wild at heart, you’ll fight for your dreams.”

filmista: Wild At Heart  (1990) dir. David Ly…

filmista:

Wild At Heart  (1990) dir. David Lynch

“You got me hotter than Georgia asphalt.”

fuckindiva:

fuckindiva:

Patricia Arquette in Lost Highway, 1997

threefilmframes: David Lynch’s The Elephant Ma…

threefilmframes:

David Lynch’s The Elephant Man, 1980

Never. Oh, never. Nothing will die. The stream flows, the wind blows, the cloud fleets, the heart beats. Nothing will die.

DoP: Freddie Francis

threefilmframes: David Lynch’s Eraserhead, 197…

threefilmframes:

David Lynch’s Eraserhead, 1977

Mother, they’re still not sure it is a baby!

DoP: Herbert Cardwell, Frederick Elmes 

Lost Highway (1997, David Lynch, France/USA)

Lost Highway (1997, David Lynch, France/USA)

cinema-shots:

cinema-shots:

Twin Peaks: Fire Walk with Me (1992)

cinema-shots: Blue Velvet (1986)

cinema-shots:

Blue Velvet (1986)

Twin Peaks: Fire Walk with Me (1992, David Lyn…

Twin Peaks: Fire Walk with Me (1992, David Lynch, France)

knitpeaks: Does anybody else think about The …

knitpeaks:

Does anybody else think about The Table more than you probably should?

[Context, for those poor souls that have not heard about The Table: Entertainment Weekly – 26/05/2017] [The Finished Table: Entertainment Weekly – 15/09/2017]

Entertainment Weekly: What were you doing last night while we were all watching the premiere? Were you watching, too?  
David Lynch: A whole bunch of cast and crew went to a bar in the valley, and they had a big screening. So I pictured them there. I was at home working on a table in my woodshop. 
EW: What kind of table? 
DL: Okay, I’m building a table — well if you have a pen, I can draw it for you. 
EW: I have a pencil.

DL: Yeah, that would be perfect! [He begins drawing] Here is a place for glasses, remote controls, and pens. And here’s a circle with Kleenex coming out. Here’s a larger circle for a wine bottle. This is a door on special hinges that holds cigarettes and lighter. And over on this side is a large door, so this part right here is a place for Parmesan crackers and trail mix and wine glasses and different things. I’m going to have electricity wired into the table — I’m going to have a lamp — so I have a switch right here. And then down here is a drawer that has a place for a yellow pad. If I have an idea, I can take out the yellow pad and write it down with the pens. And it’s on these red wheels. So it’s a side table that holds all the things that I use.

EW: Is this for your painting studio?

DL: No, it’s for a place where I sit. I can watch TV from that place, or I can meditate from that place, or I can think in that place.

EW: So you were building a table last night.

DL: Yep.