Sarah Kernochan


Sarah Kernochan has won two Academy Awards for her documentaries “Marjoe” and “Thoth.” As a screenwriter, she has written many films including “Nine and ½ Weeks,” “Impromptu,” “Sommersby,” and “What Lies Beneath;” and “Learning to Drive,” which was based on an essay by Katha Pollitt. She both wrote and directed the comedy “All I Wanna Do.” In addition to her film work, Kernochan has written two novels: “Dry Hustle” (1977) and “Jane Was Here” (2011), and a “paranormal memoir” of her encounters with ghosts on her blog. She lives in New York and Martha’s Vineyard with her husband, playwright James Lapine.

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