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Film is dead, long live digital movies says David Lynch
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1 February 2007
On 1 February 2007 Todayonline.com reported:
Film director David Lynch discussed his new book on Transcendental Meditation and creativity 21 January in Los Angeles.
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Speaking as part of a promotional tour for his new book 'Catching the Big Fish: (Meditation, Consciousness, and Creativity),' David Lynch talked about his new love of moviemaking using lightweight digital cameras, and how Transcendental Meditation was 'the key to (diving into) an ocean of creativity'. He 'scoffed' at the notion that suffering created great art.
The article stated, 'He has also carried out a mini-tour of the United States, appearing in New York, Washington, and Hollywood with Scottish folk singer Donovan.'
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