Blue Velvet (1986)
A young man befriends a woman in trouble and discovers a sinister side to life in his small town.
DumbLand (2002)
Absurd animated comedy.
Dune (1984)
Epic science fiction set around rival clans on a desert planet which is home to giant worms.
Dynamic: 01 - The Best Of DavidLynch.com (2007)
Collection of short films from the director.
The Elephant Man (1980)
True story of a grotesquely deformed man who is saved from a freak show to become a sensation in Victorian London society.
Eraserhead (1977)
Early David Lynch classic about a young man in a bleak industrial environment driven slowly mad by the crying of his mutant baby.
Inland Empire (2006)
A married actress falls for her leading man whilst making a film about an illicit affair.
Lost Highway (1997)
A mysterious murder is only the beginning of the strangest story ever told.
Mulholland Drive (2001)
Special two-disc edition of David Lynch's psychedelic dream.
The Straight Story (1999)
True life story of a man who crossed America on a lawnmower to see his brother.
Twin Peaks (1990)
When a detective visits a small town to find out who killed the homecoming queen, he uncovers a much deeper and darker mystery.
Twin Peaks: Fire Walk With Me (1992)
The last seven days in the life of Laura Palmer - a young woman's desperate attempt to reclaim her identity after years of abuse.
Wild At Heart (1990)
Sailor and Lula go on the run, after Lula's mum bids to kill her daughter's beau.
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UK Jewish Film Festival launches programme Programme includes Philip Roth retrospective

Green Book wins top prize in Toronto If Beale Street Could Talk and Roma are runners-up

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