David Lynch: ‘Interview Project’

Travel Blog  •  Kevin Fay  •  10.06.09 | 4:10 PM ET

David Lynch’s excellent travel web series, Interview Project, follows a team of filmmakers (led by Austin Lynch, David’s son, and Jason S.) as they take a 20,000-mile road trip across the States and back, talking with local folks. The resulting webisodes each feature one subject and function like intimate four-minute character studies.

We think a lot about how liberating a journey can be for the traveler, but often that liberation is contagious, and people we meet on the road open up to us in ways they normally wouldn’t. This project is a lovely example of the unique exchange between the traveler and the local. As Lynch puts it in his intro “it’s something that’s human, and you can’t stay away from it.”

Kevin Fay is an interactive producer for TravelChannel.com and the copy editor for WorldHum.com. He lives in Brooklyn, New York, with his wife.

2 Comments for David Lynch: ‘Interview Project’

Frank 10.06.09 | 6:05 PM ET

On a lawnmower?

Grizzly Bear Mom 10.07.09 | 1:17 PM ET

What an intreging idea.

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