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Linnda Durre


Linnda Durre' was accepted to and attended Edward Albee's Master Class Seminar in Playwrighting at Rollins College in Winter Park, Florida for which she wrote the play, "The Viewing" and she adapted it for a short film, which she also directed, produced, and cast, starring Mimi Lipka, former performance coach at Universal Studios, as the mother; ... See full bio »

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Known For

The Viewing
The Viewing Producer
(2005)
Homesick
Homesick News reporter
(2009)
Starving in Suburbia
(2014)
The Way Back Home
The Way Back Home Funeral Mourner
(2006)

Filmography

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 2016 The Execution of Dr. Martin Luther King (Short)
Laura Darrow
 2014 Starving in Suburbia
Spectator
 2010 The Gainesville Ripper
Claudia Rolling
 2009/I Homesick (Short)
News reporter
 2007/I Untitled
Woman #2
 2006 The Way Back Home
Funeral Mourner
 2006 Larry the Cable Guy: Health Inspector
Audience (uncredited)
 2005 The Touch (Short)
Job Counselor
Hide Hide Show Show Producer (3 credits)
 2009/I Homesick (Short) (producer)
 2005 The Creed (Short) (producer)
 2005 The Viewing (Short) (producer)
Hide Hide Show Show Writer (1 credit)
 2005 The Viewing (Short) (based on an original concept created by)
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 2005 The Viewing (Short)

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Over the years, Linnda Durre' has served on the Women's Committee of the Writers Guild of America after being admitted to WGA for selling a TV show to Aaron Spelling when she was 22 years old. In 1992 and 1994, she was a judge for "Best Writing" for two years for cable TV's ACE Awards before they were absorbed into the Emmys. She served on the Publicity & Fund-Raising Sub-Committees for the WGA ... See more »

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