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Monday, February 20, 2006

Free "Room to Dream" DVD featuring David Lynch
Not sure how long this will last, but DigiDesign (a division of Avid) is currently giving away free copies of Room to Dream, a promotional DVD featuring David Lynch. DigiDesign describes the DVD as follows:
Take a journey through David Lynch's creative process.

Room to Dream: David Lynch and the Independent Filmmaker is a free DVD that features original interviews with acclaimed director David Lynch. See and hear how Lynch brings his unique vision to the screen with technologies that are now within easier reach for independent filmmakers. Interspersed with behind-the-scenes footage from a recent project, Lynch muses on the art of filmmaking, offers wisdom to aspiring filmmakers, and shows you the power of today's tools to give you Room to Dream.

The DVD then provides a closer look at how digital technologies can transform your approach to production. Using an Avid Xpress Studio HD system plus integrated Digidesign and Softimage products, Room to Dream presents on-screen demonstrations -- featuring clips from Lynch's project -- that walk you through pre- and post production, editing, color correction, visual effects, titling, final output, and more.

You'll need to register on the DigiDesign site to get a copy.

[Via DVD Talk]
:: posted by Donald Melanson, 2/20/2006 Comments (2)
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At 4:07 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

I got mine in the mail yesterday and all I can say is WOW! I love the films of David Lynch and have always hoped that he would do more on camera interviews and commentary tracks as extras on the DVD releases of his films, but on this free DVD He realy goes into detail on some intresting topics. I always knew that he was not willing to explain the meanings of his films, but at one point he reveals that he does not even explain the meanings and motivations of the film being made to the actors involved in the creation of the film. You get to see every aspect of the creation of a scene he is working on then you can watch the finished scene. I would have paid money for this. If you enjoy the work of David Lynch you should get a copy of this DVD

At 2:58 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

CPlease tell me, can I get this free DVd, if I live in Latvia.


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