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Leah Meyerhoff wrote and directed the magical realist feature film I BELIEVE IN UNICORNS starring Natalia Dyer and Peter Vack, which was released theatrically after premiering at the SXSW Film Festival, winning the Grand Jury Prize at the Atlanta Film Festival and additional awards from Tribeca Film Institute, San Francisco Film Society, Woodstock Film Festival, and the Adrienne Shelly Foundation. A New York Times critic’s pick, I BELIEVE IN UNICORNS was described as "a beautiful 16mm nightmare and one of the most visually accomplished feature debuts of late.” Meyerhoff’s previous films and music videos have screened in over 200 film festivals and aired on IFC, PBS, LOGO and MTV. Shortlisted for the Gotham Awards, Meyerhoff is a fellow of the IFP Narrative Finishing Labs, Tribeca All Access Labs, and Emerging Visions program at the New York Film Festival. Meyerhoff is also the founder of Film Fatales, a non-profit organization which advocates for parity and supports hundreds of feature filmmakers around the world. She has been featured in Variety, The Hollywood Reporter and The New York Times and starred on the docudrama Film School on IFC. Meyerhoff holds a BA in Art-Semiotics from Brown University and an MFA in Directing from NYU’s Tisch School of the Arts.