Timecode:NOLA | EP. 106

Timecode:NOLA | EP. 106

Episode Six, including one of the most important remaining memories of a Timecode Legend, Helen Hill (1970-2007). Her film, “Madame Winger Makes a Film” is followed by the only interview with Helen remaining in existence. An absolutely devastating loss.

Also in the episode, Nicole Eiden’s “La Cuoca”, “Second Line Sunday” by Jeremy Campbell, and Jason Affolder’s “BlackSkyBlue.”

 “Spousal Abuse” Cold Open by Aaron Rushin.

“Madame Winger Makes a Film” directed by Helen Hill followed by the only interview in the world with Helen that remains. – Madame Winger wants you to make a film about something you love. She shows you her favorite low budget filmmaking techniques, from cameraless animation to processing your own film in a bathtub. 

 “La Cuoca” directed by Nicole Eiden followed by an interview with Nicole – Young Audra’s listless lack of purpose meets the aimless seclusion of the older widower, Charles.

In La Cuoca (the cook), these two from different cultures and generations move one another to take the first steps to new lives in new worlds. Charles offers her a reinvigorated identity through cooking. Audra motivates him to new purpose.

“Mardi Mint” directed by Renee LeBlanc followed by an interview with Renee – A spoof on 90’s/00’s commercials about a mouthwash called Mardi Mint.

“Tunnel of Love” directed by Helen Hill followed by an interview with Renee – A romance activist film, meant to give good advice about falling in love.