Blue Velvet at The Empire // 6th February 2015 // Middlesbrough
A special screening of Blue Velvet, recreating for one night only the experience of old fashioned movie magic: when an admission ticket to the local picture palace guaranteed you a cartoon, a funny ‘short subject’, a supporting film and a feature presentation all for the cost of admission.
[i’ll be your mirror]: Lynch vs. Lynch // 11 February 2015 // Newcastle and Middlesbrough
Lynch the filmmaker; Lynch the artist; Lynch the musician. This day-long programme of activity – watching, looking and listening – gave audiences the opportunity to make links, discuss connections and immerse themselves in a physical and critical journey through a virtual and actual Lynchian landscape.
Workshops: artist & filmmaker development day
Friday 20 February 2015 // Great North Museum, Newcastle // 9.00am - 4.45pm //
A day long workshop exploring aspects of filmmaking at the intersection between film & art including cinematography, sound design and marketing.
Conversations // 21 February 2015 // mima, Middlesbrough
A lively day of interactive discussions exploring David Lynch’s influence across film and art, lavishly illustrated with visuals and film clips - exploring David Lynch’s practice across the boundaries of film and art with leading experts, and the inside track on how contemporary artists and filmmakers manage this divide.
Lost in the Woods: New Narratives in Twin Peaks // Thursday 26 February 2015 // Star and Shadow Cinema
Featuring a screening of Lynch's Twin Peaks: Fire Walk with Me (1992), Lost in the Woods was an evening of performance, film and discussion, exploring how new narratives can be created and interwoven into pre-existing landscapes in film and television.