Date: Sun 7/5 @ 7pm ET / 4pm PT

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Leah Meyerhoff is an indie filmmaker
whose debut narrative feature
was released theatrically
after premiering at SXSW!

The film won the Grand Jury Prize at the Atlanta Film Festival
and additional awards from Woodstock Film Festival, Nashville Film Festival, First Time Fest,
Tribeca Film Institute, IFP, NYU and the Adrienne Shelly Foundation.

In 2019, her film MOMSTER premiered at TRIBECA FILM FESTIVAL to rave accolades.

Leah is attached to direct THREE UPCOMING FEATURES including a thriller for a major motion picture studio!

Meyerhoff’s previous work has screened in over 200 film festivals and aired on IFC, PBS, LOGO and MTV. She is a fellow of the IFP Emerging Narrative Labs, IFP Narrative Finishing Labs, Tribeca All Access Labs, and the Emerging Visions program at the New York Film Festival.


Meyerhoff is also the founder of Film Fatales, a female filmmaker collective based in New York with over a dozen local chapters around the world.


The only things you need are :

- Reliable Internet (Ethernet or Fast WiFI)

- A Laptop/Desktop computer is recommended (Phones/Tablets are doable)

- Quiet Room/Space

This class is designed to work specifically on Film audition material with Leah Meyerhoff. You will work with Leah using specific sides she has chosen and assigned to you in advance based upon your headshot. In class, Leah generously works with you, giving you feedback and adjustments to your scene. You will be doing your scene in pairs within the class.

Leah's class will include:

Industry Q&A      Assigned Scenes    On-Camera   Videos Sent


You MUST have a reliable internet connection in order to have the optimal experience. One on One will NOT credit you if your class experience is affected by internet or technical issues on your end.

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If you sign up for an Online Class the day of, you must email so you can be sent the Zoom link for the class.

One on One is proud to offer our online classes with casting directors in both NYC & Los Angeles. The start time of the class along with the respective time zone is listed clearly on the class page. It is your responsibility to mark your calendars accordingly. One on One will NOT credit you if you did not take the time zone of the class into account.

Please understand that our workshops and classes are not job interviews or auditions. The presence of an industry guest is neither a guarantee nor a promise of employment, and such contact as you may have with a guest in a workshop rarely results in any further contact with that person. All workshop companies are prohibited by law from offering or attempting to obtain auditions or employment for you. ** It is the law for all talent training services, of which workshops are a part, to be bonded with the Labor Commissioner of the City of Los Angeles. This seminar or class is for educational purposes only and will not secure or provide opportunity for employment in the field or representation by an agent. Next Level Studios/One on One is bonded in the State of California: #70978001

**Class structure is subject to change.

About Leah Meyerhoff

Leah Meyerhoff is an award winning filmmaker whose debut narrative feature film “I BELIEVE IN UNICORNS” was released theatrically after premiering at SXSW, winning the Grand Jury Prize at the Atlanta Film Festival and additional awards from the Woodstock Film Festival, Nashville Film Festival, First Time Fest, Tribeca Film Institute, San Francisco Film Society, Independent Feature Project, New York University and the Adrienne Shelly Foundation.

“I BELIEVE IN UNICORNS” was also the opening night film at Cinema East Austin, Brooklyn Film Festival, Santa Cruz Film Festival and Lausanne Film Festival and has screened in dozens of other film festivals worldwide, including Edinburgh, Munich, Jerusalem, Sydney and Krakow. It was released theatrically, on demand and DVD by Gravitas Ventures, Under the Milky Way and IndiePix.

Meyerhoff’s previous short film “TWITCH” was shortlisted for the Student Academy Awards, won a Grand Jury Prize at Slamdance, and won a dozen other awards.  After screening in over 100 film festivals worldwide, TWITCH was broadcast domestically by IFC and PBS and internationally by Skandinavia TV. Meyerhoff also directed a Converse commercial and several music videos including “TEAM QUEEN” for Triple Creme, “ETERNAL FLAME” for Joan as Police Woman and “THROUGH HERE LIKE OUR FATHERS” for Luff, which have aired on LOGO and MTV Europe.

Meyerhoff was one of eight filmmakers selected for participation in IFP’s Emerging Narrative Labs, winning the Panasonic Emerging Filmmaker Award.  She was one of ten chosen to participate in the Emerging Visions program at the 2012 New York Film Festival and one of eight chosen to participate in the All Access Labs during the 2013 Tribeca Film Festival.  Meyerhoff also participated in the IFP Narrative Finishing Labs with her debut feature “I BELIEVE IN UNICORNS”, which received the Adrienne Shelly Director’s Award and was nominated for a Gotham Award.

Meyerhoff has been featured in Variety, The Hollywood Reporter and The New York Times, and also starred in the IFC docudrama Film School, which profiled the making of her short film “TWITCH”.  She is a Tribeca Film Institute mentor and has lectured at Tisch Asia, The School of the Art Institute of Chicago and New York Film Academy.  She has been a programmer for Rooftop Films and served on several festival juries including Slamdance, Nashvile, Sarasota, Hollyshorts and Woodstock Film Festival.

Meyerhoff is also the founder of Film Fatales, a non-profit organization dedicated to the creation of more films by and about women, with dozens of chapters around the world.  She holds a BA in Art-Semiotics from Brown University and an MFA in Directing from NYU’s Tisch School of the Arts.


Leah is currently attached to direct the narrative feature "Before My Eyes" from Tangerine Entertainment in 2017. She is also executive producing a documentary series "Seeing is Believing: Women Direct" by Cady McClain", a narrative episodic series "Wayward Girls" by Jackie McTear and two narrative shorts "Queen of Meatloaf" by Dina Fiasconaro and "The Disenchantment" by Hannah Roze.

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