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Lynda Myles


  1. Lynda Myles is a British writer and producer. She served as director of the Edinburgh International Film Festival, director and curator of film at the Pacific Film Archive, University of California, Berkeley, Senior Vice–President at Columbia Pictures, Commissioning Editor for Drama at the BBC for two years, and as co-Executive Director of the East-West Producers' Seminar from 1990–1994, a training program for young producers in Eastern Europe. After co-producing the movie The Commitments in 1990, she worked independently as a producer, making The Snapper, The Van, The Life of Stuff and When Brendan Met Trudy for BBC Films. She recently co-produced Chen Kaige's Killing Me Softly for the Montecito Picture Company. She is often confused with the American writer and actress of the same name.
  2. Lynda Myles is a television writer, an actress, playwright, memoirist, and short fiction writer. She has been nominated for six Daytime Emmy awards, winning twice, for writing for the long-running TV show Santa Barbara. She also won several Writers Guild of America awards for scriptwriting. She has written for General Hospital, Guiding Light, As the World Turns, Loving, and One Life to Live. Ms. Myles was the recipient of the John Gardner Memorial Prize for fiction in 2007 for her short story "The Blue Dress," and is an editor and contributor to Her short story "A Lucky Man" was featured in the inaugural issue of The Creative Writer, the book series from J.D. Vine Publications. As a playwright, her play "Thirteen" has been performed in New York and at the ACT Theatre in Seattle. Her first play "Wives" was selected for the prestigious Eugene O'Neill National Playwright's Conference at the Eugene O'Neill Theater Center in 1979 and was performed at Theatre Row. As an actress, Ms. Myles was featured as George Washington's friend Sally Fairfax in the David L.
  3. Lynda Myles is a film producer.

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Google previewThe San Francisco of Alfred Hitchcock's Vertigo (2012)

Place, Pilgrimage, and Commemoration by Douglas A. Cunningham

Lynda Myles is a British independent film producer whose credits include Defence of the Realm (1985), The ...

Google previewThe Rock & Roll Film Encyclopedia (2007)

by John Kenneth Muir

Produced by: Roger Randall-Cutler, Lynda Myles. Directed by: Alan Parker.

Google previewThe Encyclopedia of Musicians and Bands on Film (2016)

by Melissa U. D. Goldsmith, Paige A. Willson, Anthony J. Fonseca

Marc Abraham, Roger Randall-Cutler, Ian La Frenais, Lynda Myles; aSSiStant DirectorS: Paul E. Barnes, Cliff Lanning, Gerry Toomey, Bill Westley; Director of photography: Gale Tattersall; eDitor: Gerry Hambling; art Direction: Arden Gantly, ...

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