Sunday, November 20, 2016

Corinne Jayaweera joined me Monday at 9:45am PST to talk about her film Documented America!

Listen to today's show here!

Corinne Jayaweera has enjoyed her career in various academic roles and settings. At the DruckerSchool of Business, she lead the Mentor Program and Kravis Concept business plan competition. Corinne left CGU to focus on her fledgling film and event planning company. She has grown from producing her first documentary in 2008 to directing and producing documentaries and narratives. Corinne is active in the PSA program at Women In Film and has produced and has been on the producing team of multiple PSA’s. Outside of her own projects she has worked as a unit production manager, as well as a wardrobe manager. She is extremely proud of her, loving and supportive family. In Corinne’s spare time she enjoys country line dancing, white water rafting and taking walks in the woods.

Coninne's website and short film:

Meet Iris, 94 year old aeronautical teacher and certified flight instructor, who has taught and inspired many aerospace leaders and pilots over the past 60 years. She competed in the 1936 Olympic Games in Berlin, Germany and was in one of the earliest groups of women to ferry planes for the Air Transport Command in World War II.


LIVE on KUCI - 7/17/24 9:00am - Janeane chats with Producer Jay Silverman about his latest film CAMERA, starring Beau Bridges

LISTEN ‘CAMERA’ starring Beau Bridges, centers around a young mute boy who uses an old film camera to express his point of view, with the h...