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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)

The Juicy Lesbian Novel from Days Gone By

The Juicy Lesbian Novel from Days Gone By

Gone Are the Days of Flashlight, Sheet Over Head and that Juicy Lesbian Novel. Yes, ladies, we have come a long way from pulp lesbian novels like I Prefer Girls by Jessie Dumont to The Girls in 3-B by Valerie Taylor. Crest Books brought us some of the campiest stories of forbidden love and, if […]

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What Watching Lesbian Films Taught Me

What Watching Lesbian Films Taught Me

Acknowledging ones lesbianism is not like smacking yourself on the head and saying, “gee, I could’ve had a V-8”.  For some of us its that gnawing feeling that you know you just aren’t like the rest of the girls who giggled and pined over the high school quarterback.  You pined over the homecoming queen. You […]

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02 Mar Posted by in • Jan Miller Corran | Comments Off on Arizona’s Awkward Realization About Gays

Arizona’s Awkward Realization About Gays

Arizona’s Awkward Realization About Gays

In 1947 Gregory Peck starred in the movie Gentleman’s Agreement as Phillip Green. Peck is sent to cover a story about anti-Semitism. To do so, he takes on the persona of a Jewish man to cover this story. He discovers the shocking depth of anti-Semitism.  And remember this film debuted just as the world was […]

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Do Lesbians Know How to Sing & Dance?

Do Lesbians Know How to Sing & Dance?

A few years ago I got hooked on the web series Girl Trash. It was geared to a young “Lip Service” kind of audience who had fallen in love with the dynamic and love struck sterile couple called Spashley on South of Nowhere.  I was curious to see what Angela Robinson would do with her just released […]

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In 2014, I Will Watch Every Lesbian Film!

In 2014, I Will Watch Every Lesbian Film!

Every year I make a set of New Year’s resolutions. And here it is December 2013 and as far as I can tell, I did not get taller or thinner. I did not go on an Olivia cruise, read the Diary of Miss Anne Lister, religiously peruse every Epochalips article nor did I watch all of the […]

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Lesbian Sex and Relationships in Film

Lesbian Sex and Relationships in Film

What was the Casting Director Thinking? I am someone who has been in love with movies of all kinds since the moment I saw Anne Bancroft straddle the bar stool and finger her earring in The Graduate. That same year (1967) the extraordinary film The Fox starring Anne Heywood, Sandy Dennis and Keir Dullea was […]

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Lesbian Sex in the Cinema

Lesbian Sex in the Cinema

Okay, ladies. Be honest. You go to see an independent lesbian film because the only thing that matters is the story. Right? Okay, I’ll confess story actually does matter. But, what do we talk about? The Sex Scenes. Was it hot or not? The question should be focused on whether it felt real. Honestly, just […]

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