Jennifer Chambers Lynch is an American director and screenwriter. The daughter of filmmaker David Lynch, she made her directorial debut with the film Boxing Helena in 1993. Following a troubled production, the film was a critical and commercial failure, with Lynch receiving a Golden Raspberry Award for Worst Director. The negative reception to her feature debut and controversy surrounding its release led to Lynch taking a 15-year hiatus from filmmaking. Lynch returned to directing with 2008's Surveillance. The film received mixed reviews, although it won the top prize at the Sitges Film Festival. A year later, Lynch began work on her next film Hisss, which she disowned after the production was completed without her involvement. Her fourth film Chained, released in 2012, was met with a positive critical reception.
|Born:||Jennifer Chambers Lynch, April 7, 1968, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, U.S.|
|Education:||Interlochen Arts Academy|
|Occupation:||Director, screenwriter, producer, actress|
|Notable work:||Boxing Helena|
|Parent(s):||David Lynch (father), Peggy Reavey (mother)|
|IMDb:||Jennifer Lynch's IMDb|
About Jennifer Lynch
Daughter of the auteur David Lynch who wrote the screenplay and directed the controversial film Boxing Helena.
Jennifer Lynch Before Fame
She trained at the prestigious Interlochen Arts Academy in Michigan, and after working on her father's films, wrote the screenplay for Boxing Helena.
Achievement of Jennifer Lynch
In addition to her film writing credits, she wrote the book The Secret Diary of Laura Palmer as a companion piece to Twin Peaks.
Jennifer Lynch Family Life
Her father David Lynch helped her get her first start in film, and provided her earliest filmmaking experience on set of his own productions.
Associations of Jennifer Lynch
Bill Paxton starred in her compelling and successful film, Boxing Helena.
Information related to Jennifer Lynch
- Interlochen Center for the Arts alumni
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- American women film producers
- English-language film directors