Leah Meyerhoff's films have screened in over 200 festivals, won a dozen awards and aired on IFC, PBS, LOGO and MTV. She has been shortlisted for the Sundance Labs and the Student Academy Awards, won a grand jury prize from Slamdance and an honorable mention from San Francisco Film Society, and received grants from IFP and the Tribeca Film Institute. She has been featured in Variety, The Hollywood Reporter and The New York Times and was profiled on the docudrama Film School on the Independent Film Channel. She has taught at Tisch Asia, The Art Institute of Chicago and New York Film Academy, served on the jury for Slamdance and Hollyshorts, and is a current programmer for Rooftop Films. Leah holds a Bachelor's in Art-Semiotics from Brown University and is a Dean's Fellow in Graduate Film at NYU. She was recently one of ten filmmakers chosen to participate in Emerging Visions at the New York Film Festival, is currently a Tribeca Film Institute Ambassador and was nominated for a 2012 Gotham Award.