The Autobiography of F B I Special Agent Dale Cooper

The Autobiography of F B I  Special Agent Dale Cooper Author Scott Frost
ISBN-10 UOM:39015056811667
Year 1991
Pages 195
Language en
Publisher
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Beyond the coffee and doughnuts--the real Agent Cooper. Beginning with his 13th birthday, Cooper's autobiography is a unique portrait of a man who is complex and elusive, yet hard-working and generous for a rare glimpse into the private life of the G-Man who captured America's attention.

The Autobiography of F B I Special Agent Dale Cooper

The Autobiography of F B I  Special Agent Dale Cooper Author Scott Frost
ISBN-10 0330272802
Year 1991
Pages 195
Language en
Publisher
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Fictitious autobiography of the FBI agent who is one of the central characters in the television series, TTwin Peaks'. Told in the form of a diary, it is a tale both humorous and sinister. The author is, with director David Lynch, one of the creators of TTwin Peaks'. First published in the US by Pocket Books (1991).

The Secret Diary of Laura Palmer

The Secret Diary of Laura Palmer Author Jennifer Lynch
ISBN-10 9781451664782
Year 2011-12-06
Pages 192
Language en
Publisher Simon and Schuster
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Laura Palmer was introduced to television audiences in the opening scenes of "Twin Peaks"--as a beautiful dead girl, wrapped in plastic. Now available in print for the first time in many years (and in e-book for the very first time!), THE SECRET DIARY OF LAURA PALMER chronicles Laura's life from age 12 to her death at 17, and is filled with secrets, character references, and even clues to the identity of her eventual killer. Fans of the show will love seeing their favorite characters again, and Laura's diary makes compelling reading as she turns from a naive freshman having her first kiss to a "bad girl" experimenting with drugs, sex and the occult. "As seen by" Jennifer Lynch, creator David Lynch's daughter, THE SECRET DIARY OF LAURA PALMER is authentic, creepy, and a perfect book for anyone who loves supernatural suspense.

The Secret History of Twin Peaks

The Secret History of Twin Peaks Author Mark Frost
ISBN-10 9781250075598
Year 2016-10-18
Pages 304
Language en
Publisher Flatiron Books
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From the co-creator of the landmark series, the story millions of fans have been waiting to get their hands on for 25 long years. The Secret History of Twin Peaks enlarges the world of the original series, placing the unexplained phenomena that unfolded there into a vastly layered, wide-ranging history, beginning with the journals of Lewis and Clark and ending with the shocking events that closed the finale. The perfect way to get in the mood for the upcoming Showtime series.

Welcome to Twin Peaks

Welcome to Twin Peaks Author David Lynch
ISBN-10 0671743996
Year 1991-05-01
Pages 111
Language en
Publisher
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An unforgettable, in-depth tour of the town that captured America's imagination. This one-of-a-kind guide includes everything from Norma Jenning's cherry pie recipe to the type of tree the Log Lady's log is from to the Double R. Diner's Specials for the Week. Fully illustrated with photographs, line drawings, and color maps.

The Philosophy of David Lynch

The Philosophy of David Lynch Author William Devlin
ISBN-10 9780813133966
Year 2011-03-25
Pages 258
Language en
Publisher University Press of Kentucky
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From his cult classic television series Twin Peaks to his most recent film Inland Empire (2006), David Lynch is best known for his unorthodox narrative style. An award-winning director, producer, and writer, Lynch distorts and disrupts traditional storylines and offers viewers a surreal, often nightmarish perspective. His unique approach to filmmaking has made his work familiar to critics and audiences worldwide, and he earned Academy Award nominations for Best Director for The Elephant Man (1980), Blue Velvet (1986), and Mulholland Drive (2001). Lynch creates a new reality for both characters and audience by focusing on the individual and embracing existentialism. In The Philosophy of David Lynch, editors William J. Devlin and Shai Biderman have compiled an impressive list of contributors to explore the philosophy at the core of the filmmaker’s work. Lynch is examined as a postmodern artist, and the themes of darkness, logic, and time are discussed in depth. Other prominent issues in Lynch’s films, such as Bad faith and freedom, ethics, politics, and religion, are also considered. Investigating myriad aspects of Lynch’s influential and innovative work, The Philosophy of David Lynch provides a fascinating look at the philosophical underpinnings of the famous cult director.

Return to Twin Peaks

Return to Twin Peaks Author Jeffrey Andrew Weinstock
ISBN-10 9781137556950
Year 2015-11-17
Pages 262
Language en
Publisher Springer
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This volume showcases the ways in which new theoretical paradigms and cultural emphases can reinvigorate and enrich understanding of what Twin Peaks was and what it has become since it went off the air in 1991.

Welcome to Twin Peaks

Welcome to Twin Peaks Author Scott Knickelbine
ISBN-10 0451170318
Year 1990-10-01
Pages 128
Language en
Publisher New Amer Library
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A guide to the "Twin Peaks" phenomenon offers a summary of the first season, descriptions of the characters, and a behind-the-scenes look at the creators and cast of the series

A Geography Of Time

A Geography Of Time Author Robert N. Levine
ISBN-10 9780786722532
Year 2008-08-01
Pages 416
Language en
Publisher Hachette UK
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In this engaging and spirited book, eminent social psychologist Robert Levine asks us to explore a dimension of our experience that we take for granted—our perception of time. When we travel to a different country, or even a different city in the United States, we assume that a certain amount of cultural adjustment will be required, whether it's getting used to new food or negotiating a foreign language, adapting to a different standard of living or another currency. In fact, what contributes most to our sense of disorientation is having to adapt to another culture's sense of time.Levine, who has devoted his career to studying time and the pace of life, takes us on an enchanting tour of time through the ages and around the world. As he recounts his unique experiences with humor and deep insight, we travel with him to Brazil, where to be three hours late is perfectly acceptable, and to Japan, where he finds a sense of the long-term that is unheard of in the West. We visit communities in the United States and find that population size affects the pace of life—and even the pace of walking. We travel back in time to ancient Greece to examine early clocks and sundials, then move forward through the centuries to the beginnings of ”clock time” during the Industrial Revolution. We learn that there are places in the world today where people still live according to ”nature time,” the rhythm of the sun and the seasons, and ”event time,” the structuring of time around happenings(when you want to make a late appointment in Burundi, you say, ”I'll see you when the cows come in”).Levine raises some fascinating questions. How do we use our time? Are we being ruled by the clock? What is this doing to our cities? To our relationships? To our own bodies and psyches? Are there decisions we have made without conscious choice? Alternative tempos we might prefer? Perhaps, Levine argues, our goal should be to try to live in a ”multitemporal” society, one in which we learn to move back and forth among nature time, event time, and clock time. In other words, each of us must chart our own geography of time. If we can do that, we will have achieved temporal prosperity.

Staging the Screen

Staging the Screen Author Greg Giesekam
ISBN-10 9781137210586
Year 2007-11-19
Pages 296
Language en
Publisher Palgrave Macmillan
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The use of film and video is widespread in contemporary theatre. Staging the Screen explores a variety of productions, ranging from Piscator to Forced Entertainment, charting the impact of developing technologies on practices in dramaturgy and performance. Giesekam addresses critical issues raised by multi-media work and inter-media work

The Essential Wrapped in Plastic

The Essential Wrapped in Plastic Author John Thorne
ISBN-10 099710810X
Year 2016-04-11
Pages 378
Language en
Publisher
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For thirteen years, Wrapped In Plastic magazine studied the celebrated television series, Twin Peaks, and the follow-up feature film, Fire Walk With Me. Many of the important essays and interviews from those pages have been revised and reorganized for The Essential Wrapped In Plastic: Pathways to Twin Peaks. The Essential Wrapped In Plastic is a work of critical analysis and historical reporting. The core of the book is a detailed episode guide that reviews each chapter of David Lynch and Mark Frost's landmark series (which originally aired on ABC television in 1990 and 1991). These reviews are supplemented by comments from actors, writers, producers and other creative personnel who provide intimate and first-hand remarks about Twin Peaks. Each critique also includes analysis of scripted scenes that were deleted from the final televised episodes, allowing for a deeper understanding of how Twin Peaks was being crafted as it went along. The last episode of Twin Peaks is examined in detail, with a chapter that focuses on the installment's final, mesmerizing act-an essay that sheds light on what really happened to the series' enigmatic protagonist, Dale Cooper. The feature film, Fire Walk With Me, is the subject of two in-depth essays. The first delves into the character of Laura Palmer and shows how David Lynch transformed the idea of Laura (from the series) into a fully realized character (in the film). The second essay radically challenges the design of the Fire Walk With Me prologue, arguing that Dale Cooper is a more prominent and vital presence in the story than might first appear. Vibrant and provocative, Twin Peaks is an enduring masterpiece. The Essential Wrapped In Plastic is a crucial guide to this remarkable work.

Wait For Dark

Wait For Dark Author Scott Frost
ISBN-10 9780755384303
Year 2011-01-20
Pages 222
Language en
Publisher Hachette UK
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Scott Frost is back with another explosive crime novel featuring Alex Delillo. As the heat rises, LA begins to experience a series of power blackouts. As the situation worsens, LAPD is put on tactical alert in preparation for nightfall. With every available cop on the streets, Lt. Alex Delillo and her partner, Harrison, are holding the fort at headquarters, waiting for the first homicide call. But when that call comes in, the voice on the other end isn’t a victim pleading for help. It’s a voice talking in riddles, pointing to a murder that is about to be committed once night falls. Delillo and Harrison pinpoint the call to an office in a brokerage firm in the building across the street. But as they arrive, only a ringing phone awaits them. It’s the caller again, warning them that it’s almost dark, and they don’t have much time to stop what is about to happen to the office’s occupant. Now the killer has Delillo’s attention and his plan is in motion. Dark is coming and it doesn’t wait for anyone. Can Delillo find the killer before it’s too late?

TV Peaks

TV Peaks Author Andreas Halskov
ISBN-10 8776749061
Year 2015-10-01
Pages 300
Language en
Publisher
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In 1990, American television was in the midst of a transition, but the three major networks still dominated the American TV landscape: CBS, NBC, and ABC. CBS and NBC had a financial stronghold, and ABC was "languishing in last place." The crisis of ABC called for something new, for something that would break the mold and reposition the network. Executives like Robert Iger were willing to take a risk, even if network television was largely conservative, and the willingness to push the envelope made way for a new and edgier type of television drama. Meanwhile, producer and agent Tony Krantz had talked to David Lynch, the director of Eraserhead (1977) and Blue Velvet (1986), about going into television. This was the beginning of the show Twin Peaks (ABC, 1990-1991), a drama series which was created by David Lynch and Mark Frost, and which would come to push the boundaries of TV drama in many different ways. This book explores the last 25 years of American and Scandinavian television and argues that Twin Peaks was a game changer, pointing to a more transgressive, genre-bending, and serialized type of TV drama. Structural changes in the TV landscape were an important factor, as were the rise of new outlets, new media, and new modes of viewing. The way we watch TV has, indeed, changed during the last 25 years, but so has the way we view television, and, in this context, Twin Peaks has been a small but important factor. Based on interviews with numerous TV scholars, fans, and cast/crew members, TV Peaks investigates the recent changes in television, at a time when Twin Peaks might be coming back. *** "A wonderful account of Twin Peaks and its place in the history of television." -- Angelo Badalamenti, composer (Twin Peaks, Fire Walk with Me, Lost Highway, Mulholland Dr.) *** "For anyone interested in Twin Peaks, the history of television, and how a band of artists came to the Pacific Northwest in the fall of 1989 and changed that history, Andreas Halskov's new book, TV Peaks: Twin Peaks and Modern Television Drama, will be a must-read." -- Wendy Robie, actor (Nadine Hurley in Twin Peaks) *** "Once upon a time, television was an insular, geographically-bound medium. Then, as TV increased exponentially in quality, many of its greatest series jumped borders and became international phenomena. David Lynch and Mark Frost's Twin Peaks was one of the first to obsess the world. Now Denmark's Andreas Halskov has turned his fascination with Lynch and Twin Peaks into an extraordinary book, one that not only sets the scene for the cultural and industry context that produced Peaks but the endless intricacies of the series itself. With Peaks now likely to return to TV after a twenty five year hiatus, Halskov's sustained visit to our favorite TV town will yield dividends for old and new viewers all over the world for many years to come." -- David Lavery, editor of Full of Secrets: Critical Approaches to Twin Peaks (1995) and co-editor of Twin Peaks in the Rearview Mirror (2012) *** "Andreas Halskov has written a thoughtfully analytic look at how the seminal television series Twin Peaks contributed to the paradigm shift in televised storytelling. He presents a well-supported argument for the show's game-changing position, which led to future breakthrough shows. A must read for fans and students of the medium." -- Paul Trejo, editor (Twin Peaks and Black Sails) (Series: University of Southern Denmark Studies in Art History - Vol. 9) [Subject: Television, Media Studies, Popular Culture]

Images

Images Author David Lynch
ISBN-10 UOM:39015032313846
Year 1994-12-01
Pages 191
Language en
Publisher Hyperion Books
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Twin Peaks creator David Lynch offers his many fans the chance to see the peculiar, private land of Lynch--sketches that led to many of his famous film images, short pieces of fiction, personal artwork, and photos of his unusual obsessions (spark plugs, dental surgery, bald women). 200 b/w illustrations. Two 16-page 4-color inserts.

Twin Peaks

Twin Peaks Author Mark A. Altman
ISBN-10 1556982844
Year 1991-02-01
Pages 145
Language en
Publisher Movie Publisher Services
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A guide to the Twin Peaks television series offers a summary of the first sixteen episodes, identifies each of the characters, and shares comments of the writers