Photo and video report from Twin Peaks world premiere of The Missing Pieces in Los Angeles with Angelo Badalamenti, Ray Wise, Sheryl Lee, Grace Zabriskie, Russ Tamblyn, Miguel Ferrer, James Marshall, Peggy Lipton, Mädchen Amick, Kimmy Robertson, Catherine E. Coulson, Caleb Deschanel, Mary Jo Deschanel, Bob Engels and David Lynch.
Come celebrate “25 Years Later” with Welcome to Twin Peaks at the Paley Center for Media for a micro Twin Peaks marathon, live music, damn good David Lynch coffee, cherry pie that is a miracle and more!
After projecting both seasons of Twin Peaks on the big screen, the USC School of Cinematic Arts' Twin Peaks retrospective concluded with a Twin Peaks: Fire Walk With Me screening and panel on May 5th 2013. Here's the video footage of the final Q&A.
If you're in the Hollywood area tonight, here's your chance to meet the one and only David Lynch and have him sign your copy of Crazy Clown Time, and who knows, another (Twin Peaks) item that you cherish.
Last week, the Crazy 4 Cult 5 exhibit opened at GALLERY 1988 on the corner of Melrose and La Brea in Los Angeles. Out of the 100 artists taking aim at classic cult movies, the eight I've showcased in this post drew inspiration from the work of David Lynch.
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