Award-winning director who received a BIFA (Best Directorial Debut) for her film Showboy. Winner of the Best Film at the Milan International Film Festival. Described by the NY Times as “a clever hide-and-seek game of reality v/s fiction”.
Her feature film, Kicks, a dark, coming of age story, premiered at Edinburgh Film Festival and was nominated for the Michael Powell award. Winner of two Trailblazer awards, Lindy and writer Leigh Campbell were also both nominated for Best British Newcomer awards at the London Film Festival.
Lindy has transferred her talents to several TV projects. She was 2nd Unit Director on BAFTA nominated Humans and Thirteen (starring Jodie Comer), a five-part drama for the BBC.
She has directed several episodes of the recent adaptation of The Worst Witch (Jill Murphy’s much loved, classic children’s books about a trainee witch) for CBBC/ ZDF and Netflix.
Lindy is currently working on adapting and re-imagining a theatre production for television, as part of BBCs Performance Live series for broadcast late 2017.
Projects currently in development include a biopic of a prominent British musician, where Lindy is working with scriptwriter Thomas Martin in collaboration with Creative England.
Rum Doxy Diver, a novel set in the Victorian Underworld, following the adventures of quick-witted pickpocket, Grace Hammer. Lindy developed the script with Leigh Campbell (Kicks), the film is being produced by Hurricane Films.
Lindy recently co-wrote & directed the short film, The Laughing King, starring Colin Morgan (Humans, Merlin). Its theme highlights the important issue of mental health and suicide in young men. It premiered at the LSFF where she was nominated for Best Female Director. Released online, the film is being used to raise funds for the mental health charity CALM and has reached an international audience.
Lindy continues to direct music videos, working with a wide range of artists including Chase & Status, Take That, Imelda May, The Charlatans, Suede, Faithless and the live concert DVD for iconic British band, The Specials (nominated for a UK Music Video Award).
Short film about
an alienated young man and his chance encounter with a stranger.
Live concert film of influential Ska band The Specials'
30th Anniversary reunion UK tour
Two teenage girls
bond over their mutual obsession of a footballer, when it gets out of hand
their fantasy quickly descends into a nightmare.
which fuses improvisation, documentary and drama and follows a writer when he
is fired from a hit TV show, Six Feet Under and looks into becoming a chorus
boy in Vegas whilst a documentary crew follows his efforts.
Script development funding from
Feature Adaptation of Sara Stockbridge’s acclaimed
novel, Hammer, about a Victorian female pickpocket.
Part of a series commissioned by BBC & Arts Council – this film is
adapted from a Verbatim Theatre piece and will be re-imagined for a TV audience.
To be broadcast in late 2017.
TV Adaptation of Jill Murphy’s acclaimed children’s
books which follows the adventures and mishaps of novice witch, Mildred Hubble.
Documentary about 4 suburban transvestites.
A documentary about an eccentric couple who owned a country house hotel in Norfolk and aren't suited to it.