The Cinematic Worlds of David Lynch: Emory Cinematheque
From the venue:
The Emory Cinematheque, a series of free professional film screenings offered by the Department of Film and Media and Emory College of Arts and Sciences, is pleased to present “The Cinematic Worlds of David Lynch.” One of the most significant, eccentric, challenging, debated, and multifaceted American filmmakers still working today, Lynch has long operated on the fringes of Hollywood and his directorial career has been marked by several highs and lows. Although none of Lynch’s films have been massive hits, his name alone conjures the surreal peculiarity, dark humor, and ambivalent audiovisual tone defining his cinematic signature, a sensibility and atmosphere that many simply call “Lynchian.”
All screenings are on Wednesdays at 7:30 p.m. in White Hall, Room 208. The Cinematheque runs from September 6 until November 30 and is free and open to the public.Unless otherwise noted, all screenings will be 4k restorations on DCP and, unless otherwise noted, introduced by Dr. Holland.