Lorie Conway is an American independent producer and filmmaker. Her work has received Peabody, DuPont and CableACE awards. In 1993-94, she was a Nieman Fellow at Harvard University; she now serves as Vice President of the Nieman Foundation Advisory Board as well as an Associate of the Boston Public Library. Lorie Conway’s work on Forgotten Ellis Island was supported by three grants from the National Endowment for the Humanities. She lives with her family in Boston, Massachusetts.
- Memorial Day Flags Boston Common (YouTube)
- Forgotten Ellis Island (film): The Extraordinary Story of America's Immigrant Hospital (corresponding book)
- Fabulous Fenway, narrated by Mike Barnicle, a commemorative history about the Boston Red Sox and the oldest ballpark in the American league
- Thus Galbraith, narrated by William F. Buckley, a biography of the political economist, John Kenneth Galbraith
- Boston, the Way it Was, a two hour social history of Boston post WW 2
- The Jews of Boston, a documentary history narrated by Leonard Nimoy, who grew up in the West End of Boston
- The Incredible Voyage of Bill Pinkney, Peabody Award winning documentary film about the first African-American to sail solo around the world, narrated by Bill