Linda made her first film called Prospera, a 10 minute short created during her Sophomore year at barnard College. Prospera had the honor of being screened at the New York Film Festival alongside George Lucas' "THX 1138" and Martin Scorsese's "Italian American".

 Her films has been selected at many prestigious festivals, including Cannes, Sundance, New York, Hamptons, Palm Springs, Monte Carlo, Aspen, Nashville, Banff, and Deauville Film Festivals. For 2 years in a row, she had films developed with the assistance of the Sundance Institute - Chantilly Lace (1993) and Parallel Lives (1994).

Linda's projects have also received numerous awards, including 2 Peabodys, 7 Emmys, 1 Luminas, 1 Silver Nymph, A Golden Oak and 2 Christophers. She has written and produced 2 of television's highest rated movies ever - Playing for time (1980) and The Royal Romance of Charles and Diana (1982). Linda is also the co-writer of what's considered to be "Hollywood's Greatest Un-filmed scripts" - Skinny and Cat - based on the lives of Margaret Bourke-White and Erskine Caldwell.