What better way to celebrate the filmmaker’s birthday than with a gathering of his nearest and dearest.
A.I., American Psycho and Bamboozled all make the final part of our list – but what will come out on top?
In David Lynch’s 1990 film, Laura Dern’s Lula refuses to allow her rape to control her – she’s a survivor, not a victim.
Antlered monstrosities, floating worms – just another day in Lynchland.
David Lynch’s award-winning vision of alienation has never looked better.
It’s your basic hard-boiled cop interrogation, except with a primate and an experimental master.
By James Clarke
In praise of David Lynch’s 1999 drama, a film about moving slowly and gently in a hard and fast world.
An intended orgy of cinephile pleasure translates as a misguided and misbegotten dud in James Franco’s long-delayed Hollywood satire.
This major exhibition spans the artist-filmmaker’s five-decade career.
The filmmaker and artist has created the piece to mark his first major UK exhibition, which opens at HOME Manchester this month.
Exploring the suggestive imagery and symbolic language in the director’s 1986 cult favourite.
Nearly an hour of unused scenes and alternate takes accompany the Criterion disc.
Checking in on the director’s long-gestating, Timothée Chalamet-starring sci-fi epic.
Watch a surreal promotional short for the director and Angelo Badalamenti’s debut jazz LP ‘Thought Gang’.
The duo’s fabled experimental album is set for release later this year.
By Luke Walkley
The late Harry Dean Stanton gives a career-best performance in this droll and poignant character study.
By James Morton
With the likes of Blue Velvet and Society, the decade saw the American Dream turn into something grotesque.