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North Bend Film Festival 2021 Announces Hybrid Lineup, Including 20th Anniversary Celebration of ‘Donnie Darko’ with Director Richard Kelly

The North Bend Film Festival has announced the lineup for its upcoming 2021 hybrid edition, and it includes a 20th-anniversary celebration of Donnie Darko with director Richard Kelly on hand to talk about the film. All in-person screenings will be held in strict accordance with state and federal guidelines regarding safety through the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, and if you’re still uneasy about in-person events, that’s perfectly understandable. But it’s nice to know that nature is (slowly) heali...
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A James Cameron MasterClass is Now Available, Just in Case You Want to Learn From the Best

Good morning, class. I have a very special announcement. James Cameron, the filmmaker behind some of the biggest hits of all time, is your new teacher! So you better sit up straight and look like you’re interested in all those Avatar sequels. Cameron is the latest big-name director to teach an online MasterClass, following in the footsteps of directors such as Martin Scorsese, Werner Herzog, and David Lynch, and his class is available right now. The class features 15 video lessons and clocks in...
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Dune: Release Date, Cast and More

(Welcome to …And More, our no-frills, zero B.S. guide to when and where you can watch upcoming movies and shows, and everything else you could possibly stand to know.) This fall, Denis Villeneuve‘s star-studded adaptation of Frank Herbert’s sprawling sci-fi epic Dune will be unleashed on the world. A notoriously tricky story to adapt (just ask David Lynch), Villeneuve’s Dune is bound to be an event film – although it might go the way of Villeneuve’s excellent Blade Runner 2049, and underperform...
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Ethan Hawke Explains How to Give Yourself Permission to Be Creative

The most creative people, you’ll notice, throw themselves into what they do with absurd, even reckless abandon. They commit, no matter their doubts about their talents, education, finances, etc. They have to. They are generally fighting not only their own misgivings, but also those of friends, family, critics, financiers, and landlords. Artists who work to realize their own vision, rather than someone else’s, face a witheringly high probability of failure, or the kind of success that com...
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Clarence Williams III, ‘The Mod Squad’s’ Linc, dies at 81

By LINDSEY BAHR | Associated Press Clarence Williams III, who played the cool undercover cop Linc Hayes on the counterculture series “The Mod Squad” and Prince’s father in “Purple Rain,” has died. He was 81. Williams died Friday at his home in Los Angeles after a battle with colon cancer, his manager Allan Mindel said Sunday. Tributes came quickly on social media from both those who worked with Williams and those who admired him for his trailblazing roles and impactful performances. “Tales from ...
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David Lynch's Troubled, Doomed, Fascinating Dune Movie Is Coming to 4K

Love it or hate it—and its director certainly hates it—David Lynch’s 1984 adaptation of Frank Herbert’s science fiction classic Dune is unlike any other movie. Lynch’s young but already idiosyncratic vision, paired with his inexperience directing a massively budgeted sci-fi epic blockbuster, clashed constantly with…Read more...
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David Lynch tells off producer for asking him to shorten a scene

In this on-set footage, David Lynch has had enough of a producer hovering around giving him tips on how to direct for the screen.
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David Lynch’s ‘Dune’ Getting 4K Release From Arrow Video

Denis Villeneuve’s Dune is arriving later this year, but the Arrival director isn’t the first person to tackle Frank Herbert’s seminal sci-fi epic. In 1984, David Lynch helmed a film adaptation of Dune, too – and it didn’t go so well. Lynch’s take on the tale was a box office bomb, and Lynch himself has disowned the film due to studio interference. But while Lynch may not be a fan of the film, his Dune has developed a big cult following over the years. And now, the folks at Arrow Video are rele...
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Stop Letting Lore and World Building Define Your Enjoyment of Things

There was a point where I was watching Tenet and wondering if I was watching the same film as explained by reviews and fan reactions. The puzzle box of a plot I was expecting wasn’t there. While there are details that were undoubtedly missed on my first viewing, it never felt like I was missing some key piece of the narrative or like I needed to re-watch it several times to truly have a grasp on whatever director Christopher Nolan intended. A part of me wonders if most of the folks talking abou...
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David Lynch’s Dune Getting Limited Edition 4K Blu-ray This Summer

With Denis Villeneuve’s upcoming adaptation of Dune just around the corner, now might be a great time to check out the David Lynch directed adaptation of the Frank Herbert novel. A Limited Edition 4K Blu-ray for the film has been revealed. It is expected to hit shelves on August 31, 2021, and you can pre-order it right now. Courtesy of Arrow Video, the 1984 release of Dune will have two versions of its upcoming 4K Blu-ray release. The “Limited Edition” essentially serves as the standard version...
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Real D-Day Landing Footage, Enhanced & Colorized with Artificial Intelligence (June 6, 1944)

Steven Spielberg’s Saving Private Ryan drew great acclaim for its harrowing depiction of “D-Day,” the 1944 Allied landing operation that proved a decisive blow against Nazi Germany. More specifically, Spielberg and his creators recreated the landing on Omaha Beach, one of five code-named stretches of the Normandy coast. The video above depicts the landing on another, Juno Beach. This, its uploader stresses, “is not the famous movie D-day the Sixth of June but actual and real footage.” N...
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Creative Thinking: A Free Online Course from Imperial College London

From Peter Childs (Head of the Dyson School of Design Engineering at Imperial College London) comes a free course that explores creative thinking techniques, and how to apply them to everyday problems and global challenges. The course description for Creative Thinking: Techniques and Tools for Success reads: In today’s ever-growing and changing world, being able to think creatively and innovatively are essential skills. It can sometimes be challenging to step back and reflect in an envir...
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The Best TV Shows and Movies Leaving Netflix in June 2021

Another month is nearly over and 2021 is disappearing quickly. Also disappearing? Your opportunities to watch the following movies and TV shows on Netflix, because they’ll be exiting the service in a matter of weeks. Check out our list of specific recommendations for the best TV shows and movies leaving Netflix in June 2021, followed by the complete list of shows and films that are vanishing from the streamer’s library. Portlandia It feels like this hilarious sketch show has been on Netfli...
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Teaser Trailer for Meta Comedy 'The Nowhere Inn' with St. Vincent

"A small part of me was starting to second guess myself." IFC Films has unveiled the first teaser trailer for The Nowhere Inn, a strange meta comedy mockumentary creation from filmmaker Bill Benz. This initially premiered at the 2020 Sundance Film Festival last year, and also played at the Outfest Film Festival later in the year. The singer known as St. Vincent sets out to make a documentary about her music, but when she hires a close friend to direct, notions of reality, identity, and authe...
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David Lynch Directs a New Music Video for Donovan

I often feel Scottish singer-songwriter Donovan has been misunderstood. When he shows up these days, it’s in songs like his creepy “Hurdy Gurdy Man” and “Season of the Witch,” in films and TV series about serial killers. This may leave younger viewers with the impression that the psychedelic folk hero went down some scary musical paths. But those who remember Donovan in his heyday remember him as the singer of “Sunshine Superman,” his biggest hit, and “Mellow Yellow,” which hit Number 2 ...
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David Lynch Directs a Surreal Music Video for Scottish Psychedelic Folk Singer Donovan’s 75th Birthday

It’s been four years since Twin Peaks: The Return went off the air and a whopping 15 years since David Lynch last directed a feature film, but the filmmaker at least has been gracing us with his regular weather reports, and occasionally, a short film. So it’s always a blessing when Lynch unleashes his surreal brand of artistry, even in a five-minute music video. Lynch directed a music video for Donovan‘s 2010 track “I Am the Shaman,” in honor of the Scottish psychedelic folk singer’s 75th birth...
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This new video by Donovan was directed by David Lynch

Scottish folk-psychedelic musician Donovan received the David Lynch treatment in the video for his song, "I Am The Shaman." Shot in black and white, with double exposures, reverse audio, and ambient hissing, Donovan sings of being "on an elfin sea in a ship of filigree." — Read the rest
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IMThem – review

Director: Antony De Gennaro Release Date: 2021 Contains spoilers This is a very strange release that appeared on Amazon and, I suspect, there were pretensions within it of David Lynch as the filmmakers tried to create a murder mystery that was underpinned by the supernatural and strangeness abounding. Unfortunately as I watched it this undermined rather than underpinned. The vampire theme within it is also buried mostly until the end of the film. However the film starts with the theme, in costu...
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David Lynch directs new Donovan video

Donovan (yes, that Donovan) has a new video out for "The Shaman." The video was directed by David Lynch (yes, that David Lynch). What connects these two artists? They are both avid practitioners (and champions) of Transcendental Meditation. The song was first recorded in 2010 at David Lynch's Asymmetrical Studio in L.A. — Read the rest
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Exclusive: Bonnie Aarons on The Nun Sequel & 20 Years in the Horror Genre

Exclusive: Bonnie Aarons on The Nun sequel & 20 Years in the horror genre It’s hard to believe it’s already been five years since Bonnie Aarons made her Conjuring franchise debut as the demonic nun Valak in the second installment of the hit horror series. With her spin-off film proving to be a financial hit, ComingSoon.net got the chance to discuss the character’s future with the star and look back on her 20-year journey through the genre. RELATED: CS Interview: Bonnie Aarons on Latest Horr...
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CBP Releases Video From Predator Drone Deployed Over George Floyd Protests

Shortly after the Minneapolis police killing of George Floyd last year, Customs and Border Protection (CBP) flew a Predator drone over the city in an effort to surveil the ongoing protests against police brutality occurring there. The drone, which took off from Grand Forks Air Force Base in North Dakota and flew in a…Read more...
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Naomi Watts to Star in Amazon’s English Remake of Goodnight Mommy

Naomi Watts to star in Amazon’s English remake of Goodnight Mommy It’s been over two years since we last heard word about director Matt Sobel’s English remake of the 2014 Austrian horror thriller Goodnight Mommy but now Variety has brought word that Oscar nominee Naomi Watts (Boss Level) has officially signed on to star in and executive produce the Amazon Studios project. RELATED: Timo Tjahjanto In Talks to Helm New Line’s Train to Busan Remake “My favorite films are those that invite the au...
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Kyle MacLachlan Drops a Hint via Instagram about David Lynch's New Series

View this post on Instagram A post shared by Kyle MacLachlan (@kyle_maclachlan) In November of 2020, it was announced that David Lynch is writing and directing a new series for Netflix, titled Wisteria (the alternate working title is Unrecorded Night). — Read the rest
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This Week In Trailers: Percy Vs Goliath, American Oz, A.rtificial I.mmortality, Together Together, Moby Doc

Trailers are an under-appreciated art form insofar that many times they’re seen as vehicles for showing footage, explaining films away, or showing their hand about what moviegoers can expect. Foreign, domestic, independent, big budget: What better way to hone your skills as a thoughtful moviegoer than by deconstructing these little pieces of advertising? This week we go up against The Man of all the Mans out there, pull back the curtain on L. Frank Baum, go in search of a different kind of whal...
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Updates From Obi-Wan Kenobi, Naomi, and More

Kyle MacLachlan teases his connection to David Lynch’s next TV project. Charmed finds a new recurring character. Plus, what’s to come when Riverdale returns, and Alan Tudyk teases the second season of Resident Alien. Spoilers, away!Read more...
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‘Paranoia Agent’ is a Funny and Terrifying Anime About Anxiety and Escapism

(Welcome to Ani-time Ani-where , a regular column dedicated to helping the uninitiated understand and appreciate the world of anime.) It’s not hyperbole to say it feels like the world is on fire, and it’s very tempting to want to get away from it all and look for some escapism. Of course, leave it to the late, great Satoshi Kon to find a way to masterfully teach us about the dangers of escapism and the importance of confronting trauma and reality, no matter how hard it is, in his first — an...
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How the Music of ‘Star Wars’ Was Influenced by the 1942 Classic ‘Kings Row’

(Welcome to The Movies That Made Star Wars , a series where we explore the films and television properties that inspired George Lucas’s iconic universe. In this edition:  King’s Row. ) George Lucas is the sort of filmmaker who takes his influences from everywhere. It doesn’t matter if they seem to fit at first. The way his mind works, any mishmash of things can make sense when they’re put together through the camera lens of his brain. One of the things he wanted to do with the whizz-bang fa...
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20 celebrity-taught courses you can take online, from writing with Shonda Rhimes to singing with Christina Aguilera

If you buy through our links, we may earn money from affiliate partners. Learn more. Masterclass; Gilbert Espinoza/Insider There's only one Samuel L. Jackson or Serena Williams, and most people can't take lessons from them. E-learning platforms provide access to celebs and career experts through affordable online courses. Find free or cheap online courses taught by celebrities below, through platforms like MasterClass. If I could learn a backhand serve from anyone in the world, ...
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