Hey there beautiful people and welcome back to another episode of That’s How We Role, a bi-weekly podcast where I talk with motivating and inspiring women who are professionals, entrepreneurs, organization leaders, artists and so much more!!
And leading the pack in all things fabulous is this week’s guest, Jane Applegate, a writer, producer, coach and creator!
Jane is a writer and producer that is all about highlighting women. She has written and produced award-winning independent films primarily written, produced and directed by and about women!
She is currently working on a hybrid feature documentary, Left Bank,which tells the untold story of four remarkable feminists who supported Irish author, James Joyce.
But wait, that’s not all! Jane is a teacher and an author of four books on small business success….but she is not done! Her fifth book, Hair on Fire: An Insider’s Guide to Producing for the Big and Small Screen, is available on Amazon. She is also co-founder of Showbizing.com, a career coaching and production consulting company she co-founded with producer, Julie Crosby.
Please welcome THE woman’s woman about town, Jane Applegate!
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The Left Bank: Jane Applegate: Producer & Co-Writer
Jane Applegate is a writer and producer of award-winning independent films, primarily written, produced and directed by and about women. Her current hybrid feature documentary, Left Bank, tells the untold story of four remarkable feminists who supported Irish author, James Joyce, so he could write his banned, burned and censored books. It will be shot in France, Ireland and the U.S. It will be released in 2022 to mark the 100th anniversary of the publication of Ulysses, which was made possible by American ex-pat book shop owner, Sylvia Beach.
Jane teaches the business of film class at the Feirstein Graduate School of Cinema at Brooklyn College. She is the author of four books on small business success. Her fifth book, Hair on Fire, is a guide to independent production. It is available on Amazon. She is also co-founder of Showbizing.com, a career coaching and production consulting company she co-founded with producer, Julie Crosby.
Jane is an active member of New York Women in Film and Television and serves as the chair of external relations committee for the Women Independent Producers group. She lives in a 100 year-old house in Verplanck, NY with her husband, son, daughter and son-in-law.
Jane has produced several award-winning features and documentaries, including Erica Fae’s To Keep the Light, a period drama about a female lighthouse keeper. Beauty Mark, won the Ultra-Indie Award at the Woodstock Film Festival. Jane teaches the business of film at Feirstein Graduate School of Cinema, Brooklyn College.