This event is the FIRST in a series of monthly film screenings Gallery 263 will be hosting. David Lynch’s unsettling, enigmatic 2001 film “Mulholland Drive” tells the story an aspiring actress (Naomi Watts) who arrives in Los Angeles and quickly befriends an amnesiac woman (Laura Elena Harring) hiding undetected in a nearby apartment. Classified as a psychological thriller, it netted Lynch an Oscar nomination for Best Director and launched Watts’s career.
Seating comes in the form of wooden folding chairs and water, seltzer, and popcorn will be available. Unfortunately, our space is not wheelchair accessible. $5 – $10 suggested donation.
This film is rated R for violence, language, and some strong sexuality. It is not recommended for children.