Alexandre O. Philippe — USA — 2022 — 108'
The themes, images, and cultural vernacular of Victor Fleming’s The Wizard of Oz continue to haunt David Lynch’s art and filmography – from his very first short, The Alphabet, to his latest series. Can we derive a new appreciation for Lynch’s body of work from taking a closer look at how it intersects and communicates with The Wizard of Oz? In turn, do Mulholland Drive, Lost Highway or The Elephant Man have something to say about the enduring resonance of America’s most beloved holiday movie?
|Director||Alexandre O. Philippe|
|Script||Alexandre O. Philippe|
|Producer||Kerry Deignan Roy|
|Director of photography||Robert Muratore|
|Sound||Phillip Lloyd Hegel|
|Festivals||Tribeca 2022, KVIFF 2022, TDF 2023|