Several weeks ago we recorded the narration for ‘”Girl from Birch Creek.” We were thrilled that Nina Totenberg of National Public Radio agreed to read the narration; and she did a wonderful job, breathing even more energy into the documentary. Thank you, Nina Totenberg, for doing such a great job!
Blog has moved. Redirecting… I’ve just finished a final cut of “Girl from Birch Creek.” It’s 70 minutes long (excluding end credits) and the pacing and story are very close to what I have envisioned since the beginning of the project! I love the film, the story and the subject — my personal hero, Rosalie
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This is the first post in Lightshed’s blog documenting the production of the feature-length documentary on the life and legacy of Rosalie Wahl, first woman on the Minnesota Supreme Court. Emily Haddad and Rosalie Wahl at Rosalie’s home in Lake Elmo.
The Life and Legacy of Justice Rosalie Wahl A feature-length documentary by Lightshed Productions. Narrated by Nina Totenberg Written and Directed by Emily Haddad Produced by John Kaul and Emily Haddad
A presentation of the Washington County Historical Society, this project has been financed in part with funds provided by the State of Minnesota from the Arts and Cultural Heritage Fund through the Minnesota Historical Society.