Ped Mall -Scene 1 Sun, Jun 4, 2017 8:00 PM
Series Info
Film Info
Runtime:135 mins
Director:David Lynch
Year Released:1992
Production Country:USA


The 2017 Rooftop Series presented by Rohrbach Associates PC Architects
Tickets include a beer from co-sponsor Big Grove Brewery

Tickets on sale for Members: Fri, May 19, 10am / Public: Fri, May 26, 10am

Thirteen Sundays (and one Wednesday!), summer through fall, featuring well-loved classics, beneath the stars and above the streets of Iowa City. You never know what we’ll add to each screening to butter up your Rooftop experience. Join us for these very fun, special shows, and buy tickets early as seating is limited, and Rooftop shows do sell out!

Doors open with seating and pre-show fun at 8pm. Screening at dusk. In the case of inclement weather, the screening will occur indoors.


David Lynch's Twin Peaks is back on television. Celebrate with a trip back to the beginning with the 25th anniversary of the cinematic prequel to the cult classic TV show.

"In its own singular, deeply strange way, Fire Walk With Me is David Lynch's masterpiece." -Village Voice

"At its best, it's a dream within a dream, a nightmare in endlessly reflecting pop mirrors, a screen full of TV-movie sex and horror kitsch blowing up right in our faces." -Los Angeles Times

The prequel to Lynch's cult television series "Twin Peaks" follows the hellish final days in the life of Laura Palmer, a lurid nightmare descent into the damaged psyche of a little girl lost.

David Lynchs harrowing attempt to close the book on both his signature series and arguably his most memorable and tragic character. A prequel to the television phenomenon surrounding the mysterious death of a 17-year-old homecoming queen, TWIN PEAKS: FIRE WALK WITH ME plunges into the show's dark heart and defining trauma, chronicling the final week in the brief life of Laura Palmer (Sheryl Lee)—a film predestined to end with the death of its protagonist. For Lynch, the entire Twin Peaks project was a laboratory where he worked out some ideas that would define his later films.

In FIRE WALK WITH ME, the filmmaker experimented with narrative strictures and structures, and moved toward more direct expressions of emotion, as if the time he spent in the Twin Peaks cosmos allowed him to reduce the film counterpart to its essentials: pain and sorrow, hypnotically and heartbreakingly rendered.