Thursday, October 12, 2006

David Lynch To Bypass Studios In Distributing "Inland Empire"

David Lynch's New York City Cow Parade entry, 2000

It's nice to have personal heroes who like to keep you guessing, and David Lynch is doing it again with his new film, Inland Empire. The director who was sacrificed at the altar of Dune, revolutionized the soap opera with Twin Peaks, proved he could make family fare with The Straight Story, and stunned critics who said he was washed up with Mulholland Drive "will work with theatrical and home video partners to launch his epic fever dream of a film, retaining all rights to the low-budget project in each deal," according to Reuters.

No comments: