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What is it about shooting on Super 8 film that fuels the passion of these two busy media professionals, and why do they want to share their love for analog with the community of New Orleans? Join us this week on The Home Movie Legacy Project for some inspiration and some analog love that shares a passion for creating, sustaining and some unique projects happening in The Big Easy.
Jacquelyn Shulman is a documentary filmmaker and television producer. She received a BFA from Ithaca College and soon began work as a photographer for J. Crew then as a video editor for some of the biggest ad agencies in NYC. She moved into all areas of production and has worked in film and television for 13 years as an editor, cinematographer, director, and producer. She has produced many award-winning documentaries and television shows including the Oscar-nominated documentary ‘Jesus Camp’ as well as the Academy short-listed film ‘Boys of Baraka’. She has also produced numerous television series for A&E, History Channel, Discovery, MTV, TruTV, and HGTV as well as many other networks. Jacquelyn is currently in postproduction on two feature documentaries and co-festival director of Timecode:NOLA’S 2nd Annual Indie Film Fest FF2.
Randall Perez is a native New Orleanian with a gift for storytelling and directing. Shortly after leaving University of New Orleans film school he co-founded the non-profit film collective Timecode:NOLA which is now in it’s 10th year and hosts an International Independent Film Festival annually. He has produced and directed numerous television series for National Geographic, TLC, A&E, Discovery Channel, and Animal Planet among others. He has worked as a cinematographer on numerous award-winning films and music videos. He is currently in post production on two feature length documentaries and co-festival director of Timecode:NOLA’S 2nd Annual Indie Film Fest FF2.