The first of Lynch's humble but very important (and savvy) interviews are up, via his main website. The actual Interview Project site is crashing my browser, so I hope they get it sorted asap.
Anyway, here's an article from The Globe and Mail that gives a great overview of the project, and touches on why I think it's so important. I love that the project stresses the connections all humans share, without resorting to exploitive, cruel, trashy pop-TV crap.
Could we be entering an era of post-trash-reality TV, that does everything it can to turn us against our fellow humans, and encourages us to cruelly laugh at others?
No. But at least David Lynch is doing his part to make the hurt go away.