SATURDAY, october 23 at 7:00PM | GENERAL ADMISSION: $20 • LOFT MEMBERS: $18
WE CANNOT ACCEPT PASSES FOR THIS SCREENING
All MULHOLLAND DRIVE attendees will need to be fully vaccinated against COVID-19, or have proof of a negative PCR test within the past 72 hours. Proof will need to be shown at the door before entering. Maximum capacity for this screening is 185 persons. The COVID situation is ever-evolving and the above is our current plan to ensure the wellness of all who attend this event. If any of this changes, we will alert all ticket buyers and update this webpage accordingly.
ALL customers, employees, and volunteers, regardless of vaccination status, are required to wear masks while visiting The Loft Cinema campus. Masks may be removed while seated and actively eating or drinking.
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Don’t miss this very special 20th anniversary screening of David Lynch’s Mullholland Drive, with vocalist Rebekah Del Rio live in concert before the movie! Rebekah Del Rio will visit The Loft Cinema on her No Hay Banda Tour, and will perform her haunting songs from the film (including the unforgettable “Llorando”) and the TV series Twin Peaks, as well as other Spanish and English language originals.
With her powerful voice and mesmerizing stage presence, Rebekah Del Rio can transport her audience from reality into the dream world – so beware! Rebekah will perform on The Loft stage immediately prior to the film, starting at 7:00pm, and will also participate in a post-film Q&A and autograph signing.
David Lynch’s 2001 Oscar-nominated masterpiece Mulholland Drive, a “love story in the city of dreams,” is a voluptuously strange thriller that lays bare the heart of the Hollywood dream machine. After a car crash in the Hollywood Hills renders Rita (Laura Elena Harring) an amnesiac, she finds her way into the life of an innocent young actress named Betty (Naomi Watts). The two stumble into a whirlwind romance and a diabolical mystery that culminates in them attending a cabaret show at Club Silencio, where Rebekah Del Rio performs her emotional Spanish language version of Roy Orbison’s “Crying” (“Llorando”). During the song, the false reality Betty is living breaks down and, thanks to a black box, a blue key and a demonic presence in an alley, the painful truth of her life emerges, and down the rabbit-hole she goes. A brilliant, purely “Lynchian” film that explores the thin veil between this world and the mystic, Mulholland Drive is a cinematic experience unlike any other. (Dir. by David Lynch, 2001, USA, 147 mins., Rated R)