Producer Linda Burns has been a filmmaker for over 20 years, starting her career on Ann Arbor Community Access Television in 1986. Upon graduation from the
Linda continues to work on both narrative and documentary independent shorts and features, and many films have gone on to garner critical acclaim. Her films have been juried and presented with audience awards at festivals around the world.
In 2005, Linda won the Atlanta Film Festival's Southeastern Media Award and was honored with the IMAGE Award for exceptional contribution to independent film and video. She sits on the Advisory Board for Core of Culture, and the Boards of IMAGE Film and
Her indie credits include "Petunia," a 37 minute musical, "Last Goodbye," an ensemble drama feature available on Warner's Home Video, and "Living is Winning: From Cancer to Kona," a documentary currently in production on a tri-athlete competing with leukemia. Linda most recently served as consulting producer on feature film, “The Signal," which is premiering at the 2007 Sundance Film Festival. She recently found a fantastic film, “Sacred Sights of the Dali Lama” which she will try to sell while in