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David Lynch: The Art Life

May 23 to May 25
Tuesday to Thursday 4:00, 6:00

Dir. Jon Nguyen - 2016 - 93m

A fascinating look at Lynch’s art, music, and early films, shining a light into the dark corners of his unique world and giving audiences a better understanding of the man and the artist. As he says, “I think every time you do something, like a painting or whatever, you go with ideas, and sometimes the past can conjure those ideas and color them. Even if they’re new ideas, the past colors them.” We’re invited in and given private views from Lynch’s compound and painting studio in the hills high above Hollywood, as he tells personal stories that unfold like scenes from his films. Strange characters come into focus only to fade again into the past, all leaving an indelible mark.

“There's old home-movie footage too, lots of it previously unseen, and it all feeds into that image of Lynch as the twisted by-product of middle America, an apple-cheeked Eagle Scout who somehow got drawn into the dark side.” - Tom Huddleston, Time Out

“A fond portrait of how one man nurtured his artistic temperament and risked being misunderstood - sometimes by his own family.” - Ben Kenigsberg, New York Times

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Twin Peaks: Fire Walk With Me

May 23 to May 25
Tuesday to Thursday 8pm ONLY!

Dir. David Lynch - 1992 - 134m - No Matinees

AS PART OF OUR DAVID LYNCH CINEMATIC FEAST IN CELEBRATION OF THE NEW TWIN PEAKS TV SERIES!

"Get me Agent Chester Desmond in Fargo, North Dakota".  And away we go!  Meet Laura Palmer...In a town where nothing is as it seems...And everyone has something to hide.  This prequel to the television drama series "Twin Peaks," which chronicles the seven days leading up to the brutal murder of Laura Palmer in a small logging town in the Pacific Northwest, is written and directed by David Lynch and stars Kyle MacLachlan, Heather Graham, David Bowie, Chris Isaak, Harry Dean Stanton, Kiefer Sutherland and more.

“In its own singular, deeply strange way, Fire Walk With Me is David Lynch's masterpiece.” - Calum Marsh, Village Voice

“One of Lynch's darkest, most disturbing films precisely because it is able to delve into the places that the show simply wasn't allowed to explore on national television.” - Christopher Runyon, Movie Mezzanine

“A fascinating tightrope-walk: Lynch's ultra-cool unconventional storytelling techniques are modified just enough to allow the movie to reach a broad audience.” - Dan Jardine Cinemania

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Alibi Midnight Madness Presents

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Eraserhead - the ultimate cult movie on the big screen!

May 26 to May 27
Friday and Saturday 10:30pm ONLY!

Dir. David Lynch - 1977 - 89m - An ALIBI MIDNIGHT MOVIE MADNESS presentation - $8 General / $6 Students

AS PART OF OUR DAVID LYNCH CINEMATIC FEAST IN CELEBRATION OF THE NEW TWIN PEAKS TV SERIES!

DOOR PRIZES COURTESY OF BUBONICON 49 & OUR GOOD NEIGHBORS STRANGER FACTORY!

ALSO PLAYING SATURDAY JUNE 3 AT 10:30PM

A dream of dark and troubling things . . . 

David Lynch’s 1977 debut feature, Eraserhead, is both a lasting cult sensation and a work of extraordinary craft and beauty. With its mesmerizing black-and-white photography by Frederick Elmes and Herbert Cardwell, evocative sound design, and unforgettably enigmatic performance by Jack Nance, this visionary nocturnal odyssey continues to haunt American cinema like no other film.

“What makes Eraserhead great -- and still, perhaps the best of all Lynch's films? Intensity. Nightmare clarity. And perhaps also it's the single-mindedness of its vision.” - Michael Wilmington, Chicago Tribune

“What a masterpiece of texture, a feat of artisanal attention, an ingenious assemblage of damp, dust, rock, wood, hair, flesh, metal, ooze.” - Nathan Lee, Village Voice

“It's beautiful and strange, with its profoundly disturbing ambient sound design of industrial groaning, as if filmed inside some collapsing factory or gigantic dying organism.” - Peter Bradshaw, Guardian

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