David Lynch

David Lynch – David Lynch Cooks Quinoa (2007)

David Lynch prepares a delicious meal of quinoa, with enchanting stories, wonderful fun and wine.

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Just like Laura Palmer’s favourite food, Garmonbozia, in Twin Peaks (1990), and Twin Peaks (2017), David Lynch’s culinary delicacy is quinoa: a high-protein pseudo-cereal. Rich in fibre, minerals, and all nine essential amino acids, this gluten-free seed pairs perfectly with vegetables, and, especially, organic broccoli. In his dimly-lit kitchen, David Lynch prepares his one-medium-pan meal, using 1/2 cup of antioxidant-rich quinoa, a cube of vegetable bouillon, extra-virgin olive oil, and a pinch of sea salt. This delicious, easy-to-make dinner takes only seventeen minutes to make, and in the meantime, as David Lynch describes his cooking technique over a glass of red wine, he also recounts a bizarre story of moths, sugar-water, copper coins, and famous carbonated soft drinks. -Nick Riganas Read More »

David Lynch – Lamp (2003)

Filmmaker David Lynch goes through the process of creating a unique lamp. Read More »

David Lynch – Fictitious Anacin Commercial (1967)

A commercial for Anacin. Read More »

David Lynch – BlueBob Egg (2004)



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David Lynch – Early Experiments (1968)

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A 16mm film experiment conducted in 1967 and 1968 in Philadelphia which feature small parts of the Alphabet and the Grandmother. Read More »

David Lynch – The Amputee (1974)

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Made for the American Film Institute while Eraserhead was in financial limbo. The AFI was testing two different stocks of black and white video and enlisted Frederick Elmes to test each one. Lynch asked Elmes if he could shoot something with this stock and so he and Catherine Coulson stayed up all night writing script. The result was a one shot scene with Catherine Coulson about a woman attempting to write a letter while a female nurse (played by Lynch) tends to her leg stumps. (Two versions, 5 minutes/4 minutes) Read More »

David Lynch – Premonition Following an Evil Deed (1995)

A short film about the events following a murder. Read More »