Jen Corcoran is a producer and writer based in northeast UK. Jen’s Naples-set documentary NASCONDINO [HIDE & SEEK] premiered at LFF 2021 in the Grierson Documentary Competition and CPH:DOX 2022 in the DOX:AWARD Competition, receiving four nominations at BIFA 2022 including Best Documentary. Formerly Head of Film at My Accomplice (THE QUIET ONE, THE GREAT HACK), Jen's work has played at Tribeca, Sheffield DocFest and BFI Flare among others. Jen has a background in film sales and finance and has curated film programmes for a number of global festivals. From 2019-2020 Jen managed award-winning regional development programme Tees Valley Screen with Northern Film + Media.
Freya Films - United Kingdom
Freya Films is a dynamic, international-facing production company with a regional base in north-east England. Freya is building a slate of feature films and high-end drama characterised by progressive, artistic, contemporary storytelling. It has a particular focus on edgy and uncompromising female voices and championing new narratives from working class communities. Freya works at the intersection of documentary and fiction and is motivated by a desire to explore new or untold perspectives and ideas around truth and representation in storytelling.
Projects in development
Tulip Touch (feature)
Beautiful Things by Victoria Fiore, Jennifer Corcoran and Alessandra Bilic (series)
Untitled by Eli Goldstones (series)
Projects in production
Untitled by Paul Sng (documentary feature)
Tish by Paul Sng (documentary feature)
Nascondino (Hide and Seek) (documentary feature)
Love Spell by Lauren Vevers (short)
Land's End by Ben Strebel (short)
To The Front by Fran Broadhurst (documentary short)
Fire Games of Napoli (short)
Rotterdam Lab alumni in 2023
Our returning Rotterdam Lab graduates in 2023.