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31 May Posted by in • Jan Miller Corran | Comments Off on West Coast LGBTQ Film Festival Musings

West Coast LGBTQ Film Festival Musings

West Coast LGBTQ Film Festival Musings

It’s true. I start watching for the Frameline Film Festival and the Outfest Film Festival catalogues to arrive starting now. Both are filled with over 100 pages of film showings that take place in about a 10 day window of time. Last week I received the Frameline catalogue and joy of joys, two films I […]

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19 Mar Posted by in • Jan Miller Corran | Comments Off on Jane Clark Makes Films Lesbians Love

Jane Clark Makes Films Lesbians Love

Jane Clark Makes Films Lesbians Love

In 1999, Jane Clark played a recurring nurse on Chicago Hope. This lead to a role on Ally McBeal. Her part- a nurse. Then came Grey’s Anatomy and Private Practice where, yes, she played… the nurse. Obviously not a woman to be pegged as the actress who plays a nurse on “that show”, she has […]

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29 Jan Posted by in • Jan Miller Corran | Comments Off on Lessons in Lesbian Film Crowdfunding

Lessons in Lesbian Film Crowdfunding

Lessons in Lesbian Film Crowdfunding

In September of 2014 I decided to create a non-profit fiscal sponsor crowd funding organization. I have become well aware of the nail biting, gut wrenching, nose to the grindstone things that lesbian producers, directors and writers have had to do in order to literally squeeze dollars out of friends, family members and fans in […]

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Exclusive Interview with Meredith Baxter

Exclusive Interview with Meredith Baxter

Meredith Baxter is best known for her role as Alyse Keaton, where she played a strong female lead in a popular sitcom at a time where there weren’t many.  Of course I originally fell in love with her on Bridget Loves Bernie, and always noticed her in The Partridge family or Love Boat episodes, and ah […]

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