Sarah Kernochan Movies and Career Information

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Dec 30, 1947
New York City
Actor, Director, Producer and Writer

Sarah Kernochan (IPA: Kərnəxæn) (born December 30, 1947) is a documentarian, film director, screenwriter and producer from the United States. After graduating in 1965 from Rosemary Hall (now Choate Rosemary Hall), where she was a classmate of Glenn Close, and in 1968 from Sarah Lawrence College, she worked as a ghostwriter for The Village Voice for about a year. After quitting that job, she became interested in documentary filmmaking and soon gained national prominence in the United States as co-director and co-producer with Howard Smith of the 1972 film Marjoe (about evangelist Marjoe Gortner), which won an Academy Award for Documentary Feature. During the next two years, she released two albums on RCA Records as a singer-songwriter, House of Pain and Beat Around the Bush. In 1977 Kernochan's novel Dry Hustle (ISBN 0-688-03149-8 in hard cover, ISBN 0-425-03661-8 in paperback) was published. It was reprinted as a print-on-demand and ebook in 2011. Kernochan's first screen credit as a screenwriter came with the 1986 film 9½ Weeks. She commented on her contribution to that film in an interview with By the time she was brought in to work on the 1993 film Sommersby, she had

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