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Laurie Kahn

Founder, Producer, Director and Writer at Blueberry Hill Productions

Laurie Kahn always wanted to be a writer but got the film bug when she was in grad school studying philosophy in England. She started her film career by helping a friend make an adaptation of a Guy de Maupassant story. While working on this project, she found paying work on the side writing film reviews for the Times Literary Supplement and Time out.

In 1992, Laurie founded Blueberry Hill Productions where she could work with excellent independent filmmakers who wanted their stories to be heard. Her first independent film, A Midwife’s Tale, was based on the daily diary of an 18th century midwife, Martha Ballard and Laurel Thatcher’s Pulitzer prize-winning book.

Love Between the Covers is Blueberry Hill Productions’ third feature length film and will mark its world premiere at the Toronto International Hot Docs Festival in Toronto, Canada.
10 Surprising Facts About Romance

10 Surprising Facts About Romance Novels

Four years ago, when I began making my documentary film Love Between the Covers, I stepped into a community I knew nothing about: the global network of women who write, read, and love romance novels. What I found surprised me. Here are ten things I learned:
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