Barbara Linkevitch

As a filmmaker in San Francisco, Linkevitch's half-dozen short films made big waves in the Avant-Garde world. She's published in Cosmopolitan, been a restaurant critic for California Magazine and had original prose recorded on a spoken word record of Los Angeles storytellers.  She's had three screenplays and four series optioned and developed by film studios, both major and independent.

With her husband Ray Pettit, she founded the footage and photo company, A Luna Blue. They create footage for diverse clients such as American Idol to Terrence Malick, Arcade Fire to The Theory of Everything. Though she was born on Normal Road, the ad industry magazine "Creativity" described her imagery as "Georgie O'Keefe on acid."  She calls her path the pursuit of beauty.

Produced and Directed Short Films

Thought Dreams






2 series developed at Stephen J. Cannell Productions


Night Limits

Fate to Fate (optioned)

A Prick to Remember (commissioned)

Gods (optioned)

In The Arms of Morpheus (optioned)

Some Call It Love

Screenings and Exhibits

Over 60 exhibits throughout the US and Europe including:


Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences

American Film Festival

9th Invitational Biennale de Paris

Film Forum, New York

Whitney Museum, New York

Film Form, Dusseldorf, Germany

Austrian Invitational Film Festival

Vienna Film Festival

Australian Invitational Film Festival

Theater Vanguard, Hollywood

Deutsches Film Museum, Munich

Awards and Special Exhibits

Over 70 including:


Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences- 2

Toulon Film Festival, France (special Jury prize)

Belgium Film Festival

Toronto International Women in Film Festival

Bellvue Film Festival

Ann Arbor Film Festival

Recipient of two grants from American Film Institute


National Short Story Writing Contest: First Prize Winner

Published in several national magazines

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