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• Jan Miller Corran  // Jan Miller Corran was born in Iowa and moved to the Sf Bay area nearly 25 years ago. She is a psychologist and former CEO of mental health and geriatric facilities by trade. Her true passion lies in writing and film. A published author and playwright, her claim to fame was watching her play, THREE WOMEN IN A BOX in an NYC off Broadway production. She was consultant to the Academy Award nominated COMPLAINTS OF A DUTIFUL DAUGHTER and the award winning documentary YOU’RE LOOKING AT ME LIKE I LIVE HERE BUT I DON’T which was featured in 2013 on PBS Independent Lens.
Credits:
2014 – Times Like These (executive producer)
2014 – Raven’s Touch (executive producer) (post-production)
2013 -Lover’s Game (associate producer) (filming)
2013 Out & Around (Documentary) (executive producer) (post-production)
2012 Alfredo’s Fire: A Vatican Stonewall (Documentary) (senior producer)
Mad About the Boy (associate producer) (filming)
I’ll See You in My Dreams (Executive Producer) (pre-production)

29 Dec Posted by in • Jan Miller Corran | Comments Off on Lesbians! Don’t Be Afraid of ‘Vagina Wolf’

Lesbians! Don’t Be Afraid of ‘Vagina Wolf’

Lesbians! Don’t Be Afraid of ‘Vagina Wolf’

Last night I curled up on the sofa with my chenille comforter and pot of tea and watched Elizabeth Taylor scream at Richard Burton in the Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf? Well what better way to get that image out of my mind than to download Who’s Afraid of Vagina Wolf? from Wolfe Video. And […]

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Cholodenko-More than a ‘Lesbian’ Writer/Director

Cholodenko-More than a ‘Lesbian’ Writer/Director

Lisa Cholodenko chooses her projects wisely. I first heard of her when in 1998 she wrote and directed the mesmerizing film High Art with Radha Mitchell, Ally Sheedy and Patricia Clarkson. It is a film with so many layers that you are drawn back to it over and over. Each time you discover another emotion, […]

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13 Nov Posted by in • Jan Miller Corran | Comments Off on Lesbians: Lets ‘Follow’ Frenchie Davis

Lesbians: Lets ‘Follow’ Frenchie Davis

Lesbians: Lets ‘Follow’ Frenchie Davis

We first met Frenchie Davis in 2003 when she appeared on American Idol. A few years later she belted out “I Kissed a Girl” on The Voice. She didn’t win but it didn’t affect her career. It didn’t stop her from garnering Broadway raves for her roles in RENT and DREAMGIRLS. Her recording contract is in […]

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20 Oct Posted by in • Jan Miller Corran | Comments Off on Gays and Lesbians Living on the Edge

Gays and Lesbians Living on the Edge

Gays and Lesbians Living on the Edge

I was pleased to hear that the Pope has formally said that gay people are okay. We are so okay that the Church accepts the fact that we can love each other just like heterosexual couples love each other. In fact, we are actually good for each other. The Pope wants Catholics to respect LGBT […]

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Bringing Lesbian Films to Life

Bringing Lesbian Films to Life

This morning I was at Brava Theater Center in San Francisco. I was finalizing the plans for the Northern California premiere of Anatomy of a Love Seen on November 1st. Epochalips.com and More Than Friends Productions, are bringing the film to the big screen in San Francisco. I was at Outfest in LA when it […]

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The Conundrum of the ‘Femme’ Lesbian

The Conundrum of the ‘Femme’ Lesbian

Since I came out as a lesbian twenty-five years ago I have had a plethora of statements and questions about me that no one ever would have stated when they assumed I was straight. In the beginning, I got the proverbial, “I never would have guessed you were a lesbian” and the “Gee, you don’t […]

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13 Aug Posted by in • Jan Miller Corran | Comments Off on When We See Our Lives on Film

When We See Our Lives on Film

When We See Our Lives on Film

A few weeks ago I was Facebook messaging with Shauna MacDonald who co-wrote and stars in the award winning film Tru Love. I was telling her how I resonated so strongly with the story because it was my story twenty years ago. Shauna conveyed that she had heard from dozens of women who felt exactly […]

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Nude is Art but Naked Ain’t

Nude is Art but Naked Ain’t

Every morning I slowly climb the stairs in my house to the floor that contains eye opening coffee, a gluten free muffin and a wall of framed photographs of nude women. I know you just raised an eyebrow. These are not JUST photos of nudes, but gorgeous nude art that includes, i.e., one by Judy […]

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22 Jun Posted by in • Jan Miller Corran | Comments Off on LGBTQ Elders Reach Multi-Million Mark

LGBTQ Elders Reach Multi-Million Mark

LGBTQ Elders Reach Multi-Million Mark

George and Chuck have been together for nearly forty years. As Chuck said, “We’ve been through it all as gay men in San Francisco.” From meeting each other at the baths to watching dozens of our friends die from AIDS. These lovely men have incredible stories to tell. Now they add to that list the […]

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Don’t Miss ‘Breaking Through’ Documentary

Don’t Miss ‘Breaking Through’ Documentary

In 2001, Karla Drenner became a member of the Georgia state House of Representatives. I looked her up on Wikipedia and one descriptor states, “A lesbian, Drenner was the first openly gay member of the Georgia State Assembly.” Today she is one of four LGBT members, alongside Reps. Simone Bell and Keisha Waites, all Atlanta […]

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