A New Orleans Independent Film Collective
Timecode:NOLA is relaunching in its 20th anniversary year, and bringing back the original television show that started it all. A brand new 7th season is coming soon with new episode live screening premieres, followed by a streaming release on our YouTube channel.
Over the course of the new season, we’ll also re-release vintage Timecode:NOLA seasons in their entirety, Joint Picture Project anthology feature films, and Super 8 One-Reel Challenge films. We’ll also publish Timecode Presents, a new podcast series featuring conversations with independent filmmakers and film industry professionals
December Episode Ep.703
Happy Mardi Gras! Timecode parades on with Episode 3, featuring “Black, Maybe” and a trailer to the upcoming feature “Who In Da Mornin” by Jonathan Isaac Jackson, Big Chief Brian Nelson’s epic “Keeper of the Flame” followed by an interview, & “Muff” by Oliver Parker and Quinn Young with an interview.
“Black, Maybe” & “Who In Da Mornin” (trailer) directed by Jonathan Isaac Jackson – A Model & a photographer, both in transition, discuss proximity to whiteness in black art
“Keeper of the Flame” directed by Big Chief Brian Nelson followed by an interview with the Big Chief – When the Big Chief of a prominent Indian gang dies unexpectedly, he passes the leadership of the tribe on to an unlikely candidate — his young grandson Michael. Unhappy with his father’s decision, Michael’s Uncle Tré forms his own Indian gang, challenging Michael as a Chief and as a man. Michael must decide how important it is to keep the flame of his ancestors burning. Is he willing to do what it will take to show that he is worthy of his calling?
“Muff” by Oliver Parker and Quinn Young – Adam is a former hustler, current odd-job man coping with the loss of his dad. Bela, a finger puppeteer, is two months sober from cocaine, alcohol, and methamphetamine. They’re a month behind on rent.
Timecode Presents is a weekly podcast series featuring guest independent filmmakers & film industry professionals, and hosted by Timecode:NOLA co-creators & producers. The long format conversations discuss the nuts and bolts of filmmaking.
February 27, 2024
On this episode of Timecode Presents, we talk to our longtime friend, still and motion photographer, Todd Taylor. What follows is a fly on the wall recording of photo skate dorks discussing topics that range from dollar movie cinema, Easter eggs, sourcing VHS tapes, to historical New Orleans east skate spots. We talk about why making art and making trash is the point, and usually one and the same. Hosted by Randy Perez and Ricardo Barrosse, prepare to nerd out. Check us out on Apple Podcasts and Spotify!Listen ->
Timecode:NOLA - Season 1 Streaming Now
In 2003, just 20 short years ago, Timecode:NOLA started out as a television program airing in the New Orleans area. It ran for six seasons and eventually branched out into markets in Austin, Dallas, Destin & Pensacola Florida, Cincinnati, Louisville, and San Diego. The show’s bread and butter is short films and interviews with the filmmakers highlighting the independent spirit. Here is the first season in all of its glory.