The Soul Detective from Think Tank on Vimeo.

A detective enters a train car were he finds different manifestations of a force that haunts the place. Using his telepathic powers he tries to enter the mind of a recently deceased man before all his memories vanish.

V2 Cinema presents the short feature The Soul Detective, starring American filmmaker David Lynch, on www.v2cinema.com. Written and directed by Davi de Oliveira Pinheiro director of Beyond The Grave (who's also producing with Letícia de Cássia), the film follows a psychic investigation inside the mind of a recently deceased man, before all his memories vanish.

Shot in two days in the city of Porto Alegre, The Soul Detective completes the Think Tank series. Split between five shorts, directed by five different Brazilian filmmakers, it presents almost an hour of interviews and visual essays. Lynch, Beto Brant, Philip Glass, Fernando Arrabal, José Padilha and Wim Wenders are among the stars of each segment. The series is a spin off from the international seminar Boundaries of Thought (aka Fronteiras do Pensamento, 2007-2008) held in Brazil.

Interview with director Davi de Oliveira Pinheiro about The Soul Detective

Porto dos Mortos (Beyond The Grave) - Trailer

www.v2cinema.com

Via: V2 Cinema


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CinEmpire has a collection of stills from the production of David Lynch’s upcoming Inland Empire, starring Laura Dern as an actress whose identity becomes fragmented during a production.  Lynch has himself been very involved with the distribution of the film, of which he has secured the North American distribution rights. Film ick reports that Lynch will, for the first time, provide commentary to the film when the DVD is released. If you’ve not caught his recent bizarre publicity stunt for the film, involving a cow, then you can catch that here. Inland Empire is on limited release in the US December 15th. 

Source: CinEmpire

Via: CinEmpire


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