01 Thursday 01st September 2016
Recently the BBC judged David Lynch's Mulholland Drive to be the best film of the 21st century, seeing as there's about 84 years left you could call it premature. However, throughtout his career in film and TV Lynch has maintained a defiantly artistic sensibility, knocking out influential yet cult classics on an impressive basis. It's just a shame your most weed psychotic friend from uni knows the most about him. Anyhow in this 2008 interview with The Atlantic, Lynch describes his views on creativity, how ideas can come across on a seemingly random basis and how you develop them:
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