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David Lynch releases short film ‘Fire (Pozar)’ free online

David Lynch treats fans to a short on YouTube.

Earlier this year, director David Lynch released his 2017 short film What Did Jack Do? on Netflix to coincide with his 74th birthday. Today, the influential auteur made another of his short films available for mass consumption via streaming. Fire (Pozar) was released on Lynch’s channel on YouTube today. The film was written and drawn by Lynch. The film was made in collaboration with composer Marek Zebrowski who worked with Lynch on 2016’s Inland Empire.

Twin Peaks: The Return ended three years ago. There has been no announcement regarding a new full film release. While What Did Jack Do? and Fire (Pozar) are previously released works, Lynch has returned to filmmaking in a different way. The eccentric director has taken to giving Los Angels weather reports on his YouTube channel. As with anything else Lynch has done, the segments are delightfully odd.

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Watch Lynch and Zebrowski’s Fire (Prozar) in the video below.

 

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