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Leah enjoys strange films, everything candy, music of all kinds and Samuel L. Jackson.

She was recently named as one of Filmmaker Magazine’s 25 New Faces in Independent Film. http://filmmakermagazine.com/people/leah-shore/

Her RISD undergrad film, MEATWAFFLE has been in festivals internationally including Sundance 2010, Slamdance 2010, SXSW 2010 and MANY MORE.

Her previous short film, OLD MAN, is an experimental narrative doc short animated to recent never before heard telephone recordings between CHARLES MANSON and Canadian best-selling author, Marlin Marynick. It has shown at many amazing film festivals… highlights include SXSW, Ottawa International Animation Festival, Chicago intl. festival, Santa Barbara, Starz Denver, Dallas, Florida, Canada, USA Film Fest, Rhode Island, Cucalorus, Brooklyn and many more. You should go see it at a festival! It’s playing all around http://leahshore.wordpress.com/festivaltour-dates/

Leah has a new live action/animation hybrid narrative short film called I LOVE YOU SO MUCH. It is hilarious. It is currently touring in the festival world. Checkout the festival/tour page to see where it is traveling to!

When not making films, Leah directs/conceives commercials, television show intros, viral videos, music videos, and more! She is currently pitching a perverted televisions show. It is sick.

She hopes to make a feature one day.

Wanna email Leah??? leah@leahshore.com

Also her official real spiffy website is www.leahshore.com

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