Talent Guide

Jen Corcoran

  • Discipline:Producer
  • Program Year:Documentary Lab 2021


In 2012, she was prompted by a vision to create a cycle of films about women – but specifically, to explore feminine nature. It is the feminine within each of us – female, male or other – that connects us to all that is living. Our patriarchal cultures have separated us from our participation with Nature and the cycles of creation. Domination is unsustainable. As bearers of life, women have a natural capacity to nourish in the way we are all nourished by the Earth. The beauty of our diversity can be celebrated only when we acknowledge that we are all related. And in this collective, a feminine voice is still missing. A balance calls to be re-created.

With a BA and MFA in Directing for Theatre, Jennifer has worked on stage and documentaries, made super-8 shorts and as a literary editor. She home educated her three children. Having lived in several countries, in different languages, she has come to realize that the most powerful tool we have to create change is our imagination. (“Whatever you believe, that’s the magic”).

Current Project

Hide and Seek (Nascondino)


Among the narrow streets of contemporary Naples, Hide and Seek (Nascondino) follows four years in the life of nine-year-old Entoni and his grandmother Dora during a critical state crackdown on crime that threatens Entoni’s future with forced removal and imprisonment.