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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

Coherence

Directed by James Ward Byrkit

A group of friends and ex-lovers learn why you should not throw a dinner party the night a mysterious comet

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

The German Doctor

Directed by Lucia Puenzo

Set in 1960, The German Doctor imagines an Argentine family unknowingly befriending Josef Mengele, the Nazi war criminal notorious for his horrific

Vertigo

Directed by Alfred Hitchcock

Topping Sight & Sound’s most recent critics’ poll of the 50 greatest films of all time, this 1958 psychological thriller

The Golden Dream

Directed by Diego Quemada-Diez

Quemada-Díez brings a gritty realism and social conscience to a story about the excitement and horror young Central American migrants

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

The Last Step

Directed by Ali Mosaffa

Inspired by James Joyce’s “The Dead,” this engrossing tale of grief, guilt, and lost love is narrated from beyond the

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

Metro Manila

Directed by Sean Ellis

“Seeking a brighter future in Manila, Oscar and his family flee their impoverished life in the rice fields of the

Eyes of a Thief

Directed by Najwa Najjar

This taut political thriller weaves a tale of love and loss, revealing the suspicions and sacrifices lurking beneath the surface

Nothing Bad Can Happen

Directed by Katrin Gebbe

Young Tore belongs to the fervent Jesus Freaks, a fundamentalist Christian punk movement rebelling against established religion whilst at the