Linda YellenLinda Yellen is an American director, producer and writer of film and television, (born in New York City).
As a producer some of her credits are ''Playing for Time'' (1980), ''The Royal Romance of Charles and Diana'' (1982) and ''Second Serve'' (1986). Some of her credits as a director include ''Northern Lights'' (1997), ''The Simian Line'' (2001), ''William & Catherine: A Royal Romance'' (2011) and ''The Last Film Festival'' (2016) which stars Dennis Hopper in his final acting role.
Linda's projects have received 2 Peabodys, 7 Emmys, including a Primetime Emmy Award as a producer for ''Playing for Time'' in 1981, 1 Silver Nymph and 2 Christophers. She is an alumna of Barnard College and Columbia University. Linda's films have been shown at Cannes, Sundance [https://variety.com/1993/film/news/yellen-s-lace-gets-blue-ribbon-106371/], New York, Hamptons, Monte Carlo, Aspen, Banff, Palm Springs, Nashville, Santa Fe International, and Deauville Film Festivals. Additionally, Linda's projects have been nominated for a Golden Globe and a Writers Guild Award. Provided by Wikipedia