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The Grandmother

Directed by David Lynch

In this early short film by David Lynch, a young boy grows a grandmother in his bedroom.

The Elephant Man

Directed by David Lynch

Surreptitiously produced by none other than Mel Brooks, Lynch’s haunting, macabre, and beautiful vision of Victorian London was—following the cult

Dune

Directed by David Lynch

Famed producers Dino and Rafaella De Laurentiis took a chance on Lynch directing Dune, after the beloved novel by Frank

Blue Velvet

Directed by David Lynch

Lynch’s fascination with small-town America perhaps reaches its artistic heights with Blue Velvet, his coming-of-age tale of Jeffrey Beaumont (Kyle

Wild at Heart

Directed by David Lynch

The promise of love in a violent world ripples under the surface of the unhinged Wild at Heart, in which

Twin Peaks: Fire Walk With Me

Directed by David Lynch

After Lynch’s Wild at Heart Palme d’Or triumph at Cannes, Twin Peaks: Fire Walk with Me was met there with

The Straight Story

Directed by David Lynch

“Walt Disney presents...a film by David Lynch.” Stranger words have perhaps never opened an American film, but the belief in

Lost Highway

Directed by David Lynch

While many of Lynch’s films work with the tropes and atmospheres of film noir, few are so directly in the

Mulholland Drive

Directed by David Lynch

Mulholland Drive, conceived as a television series in the Twin Peaks lineage and shot as a feature-length pilot episode, was

Inland Empire

Directed by David Lynch

“A woman in trouble,” says Inland Empire’s poster tagline. Lynch took several years, following the success of Mulholland Drive, to