David Lynch Stands on the "Empire" of His Own
A new method of distribution is about to be conducted by veteran filmmaker David Lynch. The "Blue Velvet" director is set to distribute his latest big screen work "Inland Empire" across North America on his own following his acquisition to the film's rights.
Already reached an agreement with Studio Canal, which has financed the picture, Lynch simply gave a short remark in relation to the successful attempt, saying "It's a whole new world out there, even when it comes to distribution" while the film's producer Mary Sweeney considered the man's action to be "consistent with the fearless way in which he made 'Inland Empire.'"
Shot entirely in digital video, "Inland Empire" was primarily shot in Poland with some of the scenes filmed in Los Angeles for two and a half years. Cast includes Laura Dern, Scott Coffey, Harry Dean Stanton, and Naomi Watts who are all recognized as Lynch's frequent collaborators.
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