Wim Lindner is a Dutch producer and director. He started his film career as an extra in a number of foreign films. After that he signed up for the newly established Netherlands Film Academy and worked as a production manager on a number of Dutch films and several films that were shot in the Netherlands.
In 1973 he produced Op de Hollandse toer with Wim Sonneveld for City-Film and in 1977 he directed the Dutch-French co-production Bloedverwanten. Lindner was also active on other fronts in the Dutch film and cultural world. For example, he was a member of the Arts Council (Raad van de Kunst), secretary of the NBF and adjunct director of the Netherlands Film Academy, where he also taught.
- 1961—Set assistant
- 1962—Assistant production manager
- 1963—Director's assistent
- 1964—Assistant production manager
- 1966—Production manager
- 1969—Director's assistent