Lindsay holds an MFA in screenwriting from the American Film Institute as well as a BA in journalism and Spanish from the University of Florida. She has overseen two scripts from script to screen as a writer/ producer. SPOONER, starring Matthew Lillard (SLAMDANCE), and DOUCHEBAG (SUNDANCE) both released theatrically. Most recently Lindsay sold PLAY NICE starring Mary Lynn Rajskub to Vuguru, Michael Einser's web production company. The series was distributed on Hulu. Lindsay also developed the original TV pilot TWIRL GIRLS with Disney and Iron Ocean, Jessica Biel's production company.
TV Movie (Comedy) Director A comedic web series about two best friends and roommates living in Los Angeles. Every episode they try out a new job, and try not to fudge it up.
Television (Comedy) Actress The series follows three people who survive the apocalypse and live together.
Dinner and a Show
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Film (Comedy) Writer Peter and Raquel are on a mission to get their oddball son into the best preschool in the country. Unfortunately, they accidentally run over the dog of the school's elitist admissions officers on their way to the interview.
Film (Short, Comedy and Drama) Writer On their last time out together best friends, Alex and Sam experience an unexpected night with their taxi driver which tests their relationship.
Film (Comedy and Drama) Writer On the verge of getting married, Sam Nussbaum insists he escort his younger brother, Tom, on a wild goose chase of a journey to find Tom's fifth grade girlfriend.
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Film (Comedy and Drama) Writer Herman Spooner still lives with his parents in Monrovia on the eve of his 30th birthday; He sells used cars (badly), fantasizes about his own apartment, is socially isolated, and tries to talk a good game. When he helps Rose, a young woman with car trouble who's driving home to Oceanside before flying to a teaching job in the Philippines, he's smitten. He inflates his resume, gets her a tow to the car lot, puts her at the head of the queue for repairs, and recommends a local hotel for her overnight stay. He visits her there that night and later contrives to get her to stay. Is there any hope for Spooner in this relationship, or is it another case of his letting fantasy take over? Written by <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Jesus People: The Movie
Film (Comedy) Actress When Pastor Jerry gets some troubling news, he sets out to create a contemporary Christian pop group that will reach his son - before his teenager dies and goes to hell.
Miyazaki, mon amour
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How to Be a Serial Killer
Film (Comedy, Crime and Horror) Actress A serial killer decides to teach the secrets of his satisfying career to a video store clerk.
Film (Short and Comedy) Actress Once Zak, Cara, Gloria, and Ty decide upon the name Cross My Heart for their Christian band they must wade through the waters of deciding upon a genre, writing a song, and recording their first music video, "Snatched Up (The Rapture)" -- all while avoiding the temptations of the world and its' vacant promises. Written by Dan Ewald
Film (Short, Drama and Romance) Writer Aan extreme moment of time between two people - a unique point where the axis of life and death meet somewhere in the middle of the desert.
Film (Short, Comedy and Romance) Writer A lonely man searches for a perfect shirt that will change his life.
Film (Short and Drama) Writer Two is an intimate portrait of a man and woman longing for human connection to the point of desperation. This causes their lives to collide for one brief moment in time. Nick and Lizzie meet for the first time, destined for a familiar one night stand. But when Nick starts acting bizarre, Lizzie realizes Nick might want something she can't give him. Written by Anonymous
Television (Short and Comedy) Writer 'Orastories ' is a pilot presentation about the lives of Thomas Jefferson High's speech and debate team. Through speech coach Dan Dannon and his students we learn and remember the world of high school is full of lust, ambition, and speech and debate. Written by Anonymous
Film (Comedy) Writer A romantic comedy starring Mad TV's Michael McDonald and Stephnie Weir as an elementary school principal and third grade teacher who, despite their troubles, find romance in the unlikeliest of places.
Queen of Cactus Cove
Film (Short and Comedy) Writer Teenage chess champ Billie (Alia Shawkat) faces the prospect of defeat for the first time when she faces her best friend (Alex Frost) at the biggest chess tournament of her career.
Warner Bros Workshop Finalist
American Film Institute Conservatory (Los Angeles, CA)