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  1. January 10, 2014

    David Lynch and the factory archive

    David Lynch’s factory archive Anyone familiar with the world of David Lynch’s first feature film, Eraserhead, will probably...

  2. December 27, 2013

    Upstream Colour – DVD review

    Shane Carruth, 2013 Metrodome With his second feature, Shane Carruth has managed to free himself from the constraints of...

  1. July 12, 2013

    David Lynch: The Big Dream

    It has been seven years since David Lynch’s last film, Inland Empire. “I’ve got some fragments that are coming, but not the...

  2. February 14, 2013

    Cinema review: Mea Maxima Culpa, This is 40, Side by Side and more

    So. Farewell, Pope. You had eight years to swing an unbeliever – this unbeliever – around to your way of thinking, or even...

  3. September 13, 2012

    Der Schatzgräber, Het Muziektheater, Amsterdam

    Els lives in a sordid world and dreams of glamour and salvation. She has the men who try to marry her murdered and she...

  4. November 5, 2011

    David Lynch: Crazy Clown Time

    At the age of 65 David Lynch has made his first solo album. A typical act of eccentricity – though perhaps we shouldn’t be...

  5. October 28, 2011

    Twin peaks of maths and art

    David Lynch, pedlar of nightmares and purveyor of suburban weirdness, greets me cordially in a small, high-tech office near...

  6. October 21, 2011

    1Q84

    The title of Haruki Murakami’s new three-volume novel points to George Orwell’s Nineteen Eighty-Four. The Japanese word for...

  7. June 17, 2011

    Defence mechanism

    Dennis Hopper’s Los Angeles home, designed by his friend Frank Gehry, behind a white picket fence. The house is listed with...

  8. June 10, 2011

    It all comes out in the wash

    I’m standing at the sink, in the kitchen, somewhere in the middle of washing up, when I am struck by two alarming thoughts,...

  9. May 6, 2011

    Roman holiday

    Nostalgia? From left: Daniele Luppi, Norah Jones, Brian Burton (aka Danger Mouse) and Jack White If Brian Burton were a...

  10. February 11, 2011

    Meditation with the FT: Tim Parks

    Through meditation, Tim Parks was able to cure himself of chronic pelvic pain What actually is meditation? That thought...

  11. January 30, 2011

    Anna Calvi, Hoxton Hall, London

    Enter the gothic governess: Anna Calvi Anna Calvi is a newcomer, one of the BBC’s Sound of 2011 choices and championed by...

  12. December 20, 2010

    Ireland has to shed Tweedledum politics

    In 1943, Eamon de Valera gave an oft-mocked St Patrick’s Day address, “The Ireland That We Dreamed Of”, which celebrated an...

  13. July 10, 2010

    Danger Mouse and Sparklehorse: Dark Night of the Soul

    Danger Mouse and Sparklehorse Dark Night of the Soul (Parlophone) This collaboration between the producer Brian “Danger...

  14. June 23, 2010

    Film releases: June 25

    Panic and mayhem: Jonah Hill and Russell Brand star in ‘Get him to the Greek’ Get him to the Greek () stars the British...

  15. May 28, 2010

    Deities with dirty minds

    Hunding is not a nice man. He beats up his wife between mouthfuls of Chinese takeaway in front of their visitor. He has a...

  16. May 14, 2010

    David Lynch’s new film for Christian Dior

    Stills from the Lady Dior film collaboration between David Lynch and Christian Dior, starring French actress Marion...

  17. March 5, 2010

    Broken Bells: Broken Bells

    Broken Bells Broken Bells Columbia Brian Burton, aka producer Danger Mouse, came to attention with his ingenious, illegal...

  18. September 22, 2009

    Neko Case

    Neko Case has been described as "the queen of country-noir", which makes her sound like Patsy Cline with a .45 revolver and...

  19. September 21, 2009

    Neko Case, Barbican, London

    Neko Case has been described as “the queen of country-noir”, which makes her sound like Patsy Cline with a .45 revolver and...

  20. July 4, 2009

    Restaurant review: Manresa, Los Gatos, California

    For a few years now, I have preferred to eat out in casual bistros rather than formal restaurants. Still, everyone I had...

  21. February 19, 2009

    To hell via Las Vegas

    Faust and Marguerite have found their way to Las Vegas, via Paris and Berlin's Staatsoper. They descend from poker machines...

  22. February 19, 2009

    Faust, Staatsoper Unter den Linden, Berlin

    Faust and Marguerite have found their way to Las Vegas, via Paris and Berlin’s Staatsoper. They descend from poker machines...

  23. November 29, 2008

    DVD releases

    Tigrero Mika Kaurismäki, 1994 Bluebell Films In the early 1950s, hard-bitten film-maker Sam Fuller travelled to the...

  24. September 20, 2008

    Films on release Nigel Andrews

    Then She Found Me Helen Hunt 100 mins (15) Helen Hunt seems to have taken off pounds and put on years - the strain of...

  25. September 13, 2008

    Films on release - Nigel Andrews & Martin Hoyle

    Partition Vic Sarin 116 mins (n/c) The Raj relinquishes India, leaving the land to schism, bloodshed and a future of films...

  26. September 6, 2008

    TV films

    Saturday offers Tony Richardson's Oscar-winning Tom Jones (ITV3 1.40pm), a consciously British triumph. The exuberance of a...

  27. April 8, 2008

    Lost Highway

    For a few years, English National Opera has been the target of sniping from people who think it should try out more unusual...

  28. January 29, 2008

    Cat Power

    The band had set off at an eerie, David Lynch-movie lope - all brushed drums, stealthy piano and spooky reverb - but the...

  29. January 28, 2008

    Cat Power, Shepherds Bush Empire, London

    The band had set off at an eerie, David Lynch-movie lope – all brushed drums, stealthy piano and spooky reverb – but the...

  30. January 23, 2008

    Film Review: An ode to the demon barber

    Lord, Mr Burton,If there’s one thing simply certain,It’s you’ve got Old London licked,So ornately derelict.Take a bit of...

  31. October 5, 2007

    Paris, the last word on spring

    It’s been quite a year for exhausting fashion anniversary bashes, what with Christian Dior’s 60th in Versailles, Valentino’s...

  32. August 31, 2007

    Norah Jones - Hammersmith Apollo, London

    Soothing and wholesome, Norah Jones is the musical equivalent of camomile tea. Or is she? The opening to her show suggested...

  33. August 24, 2007

    Pick of the Day

    The Indian subcontinent celebrations fight free of the Raj's Anglo-Asian love-hate entanglement to address the area's...

  34. August 18, 2007

    DVD releases

    Inland Empire David Lynch, 2007 Optimum World In Lynch's latest masterpiece of dreamlike horror/mystery, Laura Dern delivers...

  35. July 10, 2007

    Pick of the Day

    There's something eerie about Meadowlands, a middle-class suburban estate: a feeling people aren't who they seem, possibly...

  36. June 12, 2007

    Pick of the Day

    In tonight's national navel- gazing, Lenny's Britain (BBC1 9.00pm) disappoints: L. Henry on everyman's humour, starting in...

  37. FT Alphaville

    April 18, 2007

    Modern finance meets French literature

    Hot on the heels of news that Paris is now second only to London as the European location of choice for hedge funds comes a...

  38. March 10, 2007

    Cinema

    Inland Empire David Lynch's black arts are escaping even his control. This wonderful, overlong mind-epic propels Laura...

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