Jillian Corsie
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Jillian Corsie is an editor and filmmaker with a passion for crafting compelling narratives that resonate with audiences and draw them into the heart of the human experience. She specializes in feature documentaries that provoke thought and emotion. Recent works include "Body Electric," an exploration of body image within the LGBTQ community, and "Desert Angel," a poignant portrait of a man determined to reunite families torn apart by the harsh realities of migration.

As a documentary filmmaker, Jillian is committed to creating character-driven narratives that bring about social change. Her feature directorial debut, "Trichster," delves into the lives of individuals coping with trichotillomania, a disorder where people pull out their hair. "Second Assault," examines the trauma of reporting sexual violence and the additional trauma survivors often face when not believed. These impactful films continue to serve as educational tools on college campuses and as training tools within various police departments across the United States.

Presently, Jillian is making a notable impact on the festival circuit with her first narrative film, 'TOOTH,' a horror-comedy short that premiered at the Slamdance Film Festival and has since won awards and played at over 30 film festivals, including Austin Film Festival, Sitges, IndyShorts, and Cinequest. Beyond her creative work, Jillian actively contributes to the film community as a film programmer at the Salute Your Shorts Film Festival and th