Leah Galant is a 2015 Ithaca College graduate who currently lives in New York specializing in documentary producing and directing.
Leah was a 2017 Sundance Ignite Fellow which offers an intensive year long mentorship program for emerging filmmakers.
Her work has been featured on the NY Times, The Atlantic, Cosmopolitan Magazine, Salon, and MovieMaker Magazine.
Leah was named Variety magazine's "110 Students to Watch in Film and Media" while a student at Ithaca College for her work on The Providerand Beyond the Wall. The Provider is about the story of a traveling abortion provider in Texas. The Provider won a Student Emmy Award and screened at various festivals including SXSW and Palm Springs Shortfest. Leah was the Fall 2016 inaugural Sally Burns Shenkman Women Filmmaker Fellow at Jacob Burns Film Center where she completed her latest projects Kitty and Ellen (DOC NYC 2017) and Death Metal Grandma (SXSW 2018, Hot Docs 2018).
Leah also has experience as a cinematographer and in post production serving as an editor and assistant editor on various projects.