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!! OMG, Lost Runway: David Lynch’s collaboration for KENZO AW14 !!

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When director David Lynch left Twin Peaks with a “see you again in 25 years” just twenty-five years ago, he may have meant he’d see us on THE CATWALK!
Lynch has collaborated with designer KENZO for their Women’s Fall/Winter 14 collection, which was unveiled in Paris this week, creating a playlist and set for the show which included:

…massive daunting sculpted head and distorting mirrors. “I wanted to try and get a different feel for a runway show, having mystery and emotion swimming together.” said Lynch when talking about the collaboration.

Check out the rest of the Lynchian inspired looks from KENZO after the jump. We love the look above! It’s so business in a real Josie Packard manner!

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!! OMG, ‘Twin Peaks’ returning?: David Lynch seeks waitress for new promo !!

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Are you a bangin’ brunette or firecrotch in LA who can serve up a damn good cup of coffee, a tuna fish sandwich on whole wheat, and maybe some cherry pie? Because it looks as if director David Lynch is looking for his next Shelly Johnson.
Lynch posted a breakdown for a part for something simply named “TWIN PEAKS PROMO”. Check out the film breakdown below (via projectcasting):

TWIN PEAKS PROMO. Directed by David Lynch. Shoots in Los Angeles on Tuesday, January 7, 2014. Prob a 6 hour or less day. Rate is 150/8. You must live in LA to submit. I don’t think SAG has jurisdiction on this, so SAG and NON can submit. I have called SAG to double check this and I am awaiting a call back to confirm this though.
HOT Caucasian girl – BRUNETTE OR REDHEADS ONLY to play waitress. Age 18-27. MUST have an amazing body. Busty, very period looking face. Please submit two current color photos (one body shot, one face shot), your sizes, union status and contact info to: [email protected] Subject line should read: TP Promo

We’re not even gonna get into the fact that this might suggest some sort of new Twin Peaks remake. We’ll believe it when we see it, and with our luck it’ll end up on The CW. In the meantime, check out a classic Shelly/Bobby moment below!

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!! OMG, WATCH: David Lynch’s complete HBO miniseries ‘The Hotel Room’ (1993) !!


While you’re sitting tight for David Lynch‘s new photo book of abandoned factories to be released, you can get your fix and find that his complete HBO miniseries Hotel Room is available to stream now on Youtube!
The follow-up series to Twin Peaks starred Harry Dean Stanton, Griffin Dunne, and Crispin Glover and you can view all three episodes HERE. From openculture:

“For a millennium the space for the hotel room existed – undefined,” pronounces Lynch at the top of each chapter. “Mankind captured it and gave it shape and passed through. And sometimes when passing through, they found themselves brushing up against the secret names of truth.” All of Hotel Room’s episodes play out in one such space in particular, number 603 of New York City’s Railroad Hotel. Each visits it in a different era, though, in typically Lynchian fashion, the hotel’s ageless maid and bellboy exist outside of time.”

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!! OMG, got a minute to scare?: David Lynch’s 45 second film !!

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Back in 1995, 41 filmmakers were given the opportunity to use the very first motion picture camera ever — the Lumière brothers’ cinématographe, to shoot a short film of their very own. One of those chosen filmmakers was David Lynch.
Lynch was given one, 52 second roll of film to shoot whatever he wanted, and after the jump you can check out what he came up with. A bit about the film via openculture:

Taking place in vaguely but sinisterly askew small-town midcentury America — a realm now more closely associated with Lynch than anybody — the film drops into and out of a brief fugue of pure biomechanical grotesquerie. Some of the eerie dream-state quality comes from the incongruously ancient look and feel of cinématographe footage. Much more comes from the sound design, which lays the music of a warped classic film score on top of the noise of aging machinery. Critics note Lynch’s way with striking images you couldn’t forget if you wanted to, but I suspect his use of sound does just as much to lodge his movies permanently into our cinematic consciousness.

Put a minute aside and have a look after the jump. (It’s NSFW cuz of about a second of brief va-jay-jay.)

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