Korinne Meier

Adjunct Instructor of Film Studies
COED 420




Fall 2020

Virtual Office Hours 

Wednesday 8:30-9:00am & 11:50am-12:20pm & by appointment 

Webex: https://uncc.webex.com/meet/kmeier5

Teaching Schedule

FILM 3051 - 002 Music Video Production

FILM 3121 - 002 Fundamentals of Film Making

A story teller at heart, Korinne Meier is passionate and unremitting about the art of filmmaking. She started as a classically trained theatre actress, performing in such venues as the Kennedy Center (Washington D.C.), Abrons Arts Center (New York), and The RedCat Theatre (Los Angeles). By the time she graduated with a Masters of Fine Arts from California Institute of the Arts, Korinne had also written several scripts. She obtained a literary agent and had a Jazz period piece script shopped around Hollywood. Her keen writing landed her on the set of ABC Family’s drama Lincoln Heights, shadowing the executive producer and showrunner. She continued to sharpen her directing and cinematography skills with the post-Civil War short drama Hidden in My Heart. Most recently her short film Nostalgia won Best Cinematography at the Made in Charlotte film contest. A number of her films have screened in film festivals all around the nation. As a professor, she has helped to grow the production arm of the UNCC film program allowing students to learn ‘real world’ on set film techniques. Korinne is also a recipient of the Chancellor’s Diversity grant. Outside of the classroom, Korinne runs her own production company. She is now busy in preproduction for an upcoming web series and currently has a feature film in development.


Masters of Fine Arts Degree, Theater California Institute of the Arts – Valencia, CA 2005

Bachelor of Arts Degree in Theater, Concentration: Africa/ African Diaspora Studies & French - St. Mary’s College of Maryland - St. Mary’s City, MD 2000

Certificate of Foreign Language Study in French, Concentration: Cours De Civilisation Française De La Sorbonne - Sorbonne - Paris France, 1998—1999


Adjunct Instructor Film Studies, 2016-present

Specific Research Interests

Film and video production

Television & movie history and theory

Racial discourse

Feminist criticism

African and African Diaspora media production

Industrial practices and social change in both mainstream Hollywood and alternative media