Linda J. Stewart

Linda J. Stewart

Writer/Producer/Camera Operator
Bogard Productions

Full Bio
Linda J. Stewart / 212-780-3335

Ms. Stewart is a New York based freelance writer and independent producer. She was the Managing Editor and a Contributing Writer for "Movies on TV", a best-selling film
reference book published by Bantam Books. Stewart wrote and directed “Fine Tuning”, a radio parody which aired on several NY radio stations, and co-produced a weekly classical music program-“The WNYE Concerthall”. She also produced the satirical short, CHOCOLATE MADNESS: THE CANDY FROM HELL, which was a finalist in the Three Rivers Film Festival (“they love us in Pittsburgh!”).

Stewart also has extensive experience in the theater as an Asst. Stage Manager, Property Master and Sound Operator for Intar, Theater for the New City, and New Federal Theater. Some of the productions include the Obie award-winning Transients Welcome by Roslyn Drexler and Luis Santeiro’s Our Lady of the Tortilla. During her many years

Professional Credits
Assoc Prod/D.P.: Bird's Eye View (Prism Pictures). Prod/Actor: Chocolate Madness (short). Add'l Photog: CBS Market Watch. Director of Photography (P/M Productions).

Producer/Director/Writer: Bogard,USA,

broadcast debut on PBS 8.29.2010.
Industry Awards
Finalist: Three Rivers Film Festival: Chocolate Madness

UFO Digest: Best Film (2009): Bird's Eye View
Professional Groups
Other Professional Groups
National Writers Union
NYWIFT Committees
Women's Film Preservation Fund, Writers Group
Content Types
Documentary, Narrative Features, Reality/Unscripted
Camera Operator, Producer, Writer
Business Types
Production Company
Countries Worked In
Other Countries Worked In
France, Russia, Finland
Writer's Group works
Split Pea: The Real Story
Screenplay (Comedy)
Log Line:
An avant-garde filmmaker from Texas hits the big time in NYC.
A shy, young artist from Texas, Tyrone Pittdigger, moves to NYC with his odd collection of avant-garde films. With a bit of luck, some odd twists of fate, and a lot of good P.R., the awkward Southerner becomes the toast of the New York art world. SPLIT PEA, a "mocumentary" along the lines of SPINAL TAP, cuts back and forth from flashbacks of Pittdigger's childhood in Waco and college days at Nostradamus University to his weird films and present day life. At the story's conclusion, Tyrone, at the center of a notorious press conference, has a life-altering experience.