Following the success of his 2006 book, Catching the Big Fish: Meditation, Consciousness and Creativity, David Lynch is working on a web video series based on that print project.
The brilliant director who once angrily opposed film’s transition to mobile content, saying, “It’s such a sadness that you think you’ve seen a film on your f***ing telephone,” is headed out to the web video frontier.
Penguin published Lynch’s 2006 book, a tome that explored his creative process and experiences with meditation. He reportedly inked the deal with On Networks, a digital company with other interesting multimedia projects in the works. From the the NY Observer report:
“The Austin-based company bills itself as a ‘digital media innovator leading the change in how digital TV programs are created, distributed, consumed and sponsored.’ It recently made a distribution deal and has an amazing new show ‘Smart Girls at the Party’ from Amy Poehler premiering on Nov. 17.”
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