Leah Alexandra Pollack was born September 3rd, 1992 in Little Rock, AR.
She graduated in 2018 from the Savannah College of Art and Design (SCAD) with a B.F.A in Film and Television with a focus in Screenwriting and Producing and a background in film editing.
Leah found a love and untapped talent for directing after making her senior thesis film "The Scarecrow". Her film was 1 of 4 projects chosen as a spotlight film for the 2016 SCAD Narrative Thesis Award.
Since then The Scarecrow has also been screened at over 30 festivals around the world including the U.S, India, Italy, Israel, Iran, Belgium, Japan, and now the United Kingdom. Also, her film a nominee in the 2018 Southeast EMMY Student Production Award in the Short Form Fiction Category.
Leah's writing skills have also been recognized by several Screenplay Competitions and festivals. She was a winner at the 2018 the Wildsong Feedback Film and Screenplay Festival. She has been a finalist in the 2018 Filmmatic Screenplay Awards Season 3, and a semi finalist in the 2018 Script and Storyboard Showcase, Screenplay Festival, and the Table Read My Screenplay-Austin Competition.