Timecode:NOLA | EP. 109

Timecode:NOLA | EP. 109

Episode nine, featuring “After the Sea Turned to Ground” by Jadson Affolder, followed by the first of many interviews over the years with Jason, “Delta S” by Daniel McCabe, “The Portrait”  by Kimberly Gibbs along with an interview with Kimberly, “…left” by Chris Brown, “Death of a Theater” by Ethan Anderson followed by an interview with Ethan, and “Mouse Holes” by Helen Hill. 

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“After the Sea Turned to Ground” directed by Jason Affolder followed by an interview with Jason – A trainless hobo and a scrapmetal warrior collide at the end of the world. 

“Delta S” directed by Daniel McCabeA man has auditory and visual hallucinations while eating Skittles.

“The Portrait” by Kimberly Gibbs followed by an interview with Kimberly – A woman in mourning comes across her deceased husband’s secret paintings that inspire her to find the artist within herself.

“…left” by Chris Brown  – Experimental film about the ins and outs of life.

“Death of a Theater” by Ethan Anderson followed by an interview with Ethan – Follows the demolition of the Aurora Theaters Cinema Six in New Orleans.

“Mouse Holes” by Helen Hill – Helen Hill remembers her grandfather just before his death (in part) by a metaphor involving him as a rapidly diminishing mouse.