Just like the Giant, we will tell you three things…
1) In the series finale of Twin Peaks, Laura Palmer famously tells Agent Dale Cooper: “I’ll see you again in twenty-five years.”
2) Although airing on June 10, 1991, the episode unfolds—as every true fan knows—in the Twin Peaks world on March 26, 1989.
3) With the 25th anniversary of Laura’s comment upon us, the The Paley Center for Media—which presented the U.S. premiere of Twin Peaks back in March 1990—has every intention of celebrating the occasion, along with Welcome to Twin Peaks, and you are cordially invited to attend. Come join us for a damn good Twin Peaks screening on March 29th 2014 at the Paley Center for Media in New York City and Los Angeles.
Here’s what’s happening at A Damn Good Twin Peaks Screening in NYC:
- A micro-marathon for devotees of the show, or a crash course for Twin Peaks virgins: the world premiere public screening of Northwest Passage, Q2’s rare 5-hour fan edit of Twin Peaks focusing exclusively on the Laura Palmer story. Less shenanigans, more mystery. And a lot of Dale Cooper!
- Live music by Lauren Fox and Ritt Henn, performing Twin Peaks music from their Ghosts of Love: Songs from the Reel World of David Lynch show.
- A cup of DAMN good David Lynch coffee courtesy of Java Distribution, and a slice of pie that is a miracle thanks to Four & Twenty Blackbirds.
“You ever been surprised before?“
And this is what’s planned for A Damn Good Twin Peaks Screening in L.A.:
- A micro-marathon for devotees, or a crash course for Twin Peaks virgins: the world premiere public screening of Northwest Passage, Q2’s rare 5-hour fan edit of Twin Peaks focusing exclusively on the Laura Palmer story. Less shenanigans, more mystery. And a lot of Dale Cooper!
Venues: The Paley Center for Media New York, 25 West 52 Street, New York, NY 10019 and The Paley Center for Media Los Angeles, 465 North Beverly Drive, Beverly Hills, CA 90210. More info.
Date: March 29th, 2014 at 12:15 PM (local time at both locations).
Tickets: There’s no ticketing for this event. It is free for Paley Center members and included with general admission (adults $10, students and senior citizens $8). Limited seating available, so please come early.
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