25 Years Later, Paley Center And Welcome To Twin Peaks Present: A Damn Good Twin Peaks Screening

I’ll see you again 25 years…

Twin Peaks 25 Years Later Screening Paley Center

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 (almost 25 years later to the day) 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:

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.

Spread the word and RSVP on Facebook!

Pieter Dom

Written by Pieter Dom

Founder and curator of Welcome to Twin Peaks since 2011. Bobsessed since March 1991.

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  1. the LA event was a big disappointment. Originally promoted as a “celebration” of Twin Peaks – it boiled down to a poorly attended and thrown together screening of a very low-res fan edit of the series. Seriously? it was introduced by a guy who didn’t even take to the stage/podium – he just ambled down the steps of the theater mumbling about “25 years later.” Picture and sound quality were low. There were no other events or exhibits. Seriously? In Los Angeles? At the Paley Center? This is all you could throw together? All of the stars of the show live here. The director lives here. There was a bigger event for PSYCH/TP Dual Spires episode. Once we realized that we had been suckered into a 5 hour screening – and that’s it – we walked out. Bummer.

    • Thanks for sharing your thoughts here. Welcome to Twin Peaks curated the New York event only. It is my understanding that Paley L.A. decided to dedicate all their resources to the star-studded PaleyFest 2014. That’s why they only screened the fan edit without any bells or whistles.

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