A Twin Peaks Haiku

With Photo Essay in Seventeen Parts

by Randolph Jordan Volume 21, Issues 11-12 / December 2017 1 minute (32 words)

Image courtesy of Cristiano Siqueira


Return to Twin Peaks.
We watched them watch us watching.
No-one made it home.


A <i>Twin Peaks</i> Haiku

Randolph Jordan is a Montreal-based film scholar, educator, and multimedia practitioner. His research lives at the intersection of acoustic ecology, film studies, and critical geography. He teaches in the Humanities department at Champlain College, and has previously taught film, media literacy, and environmental philosophy at Concordia University, Ryerson University, Dawson College and LaSalle College. He is co-editor of the Sound, Media, Ecology collection (Palgrave 2019), and his monograph Acoustic Profiles: A Sound Ecology of the Cinema has just been published by Oxford University Press (2023). He has been covering Montreal film, music and new media festivals for Offscreen since 2001.

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