Leah Dubuc

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Leah Dubuc is a multimedia artist and filmmaker currently living and working in Los Angeles, CA. Dubuc graduated Magna Cum Laude from California College of the Arts in 2014 with a BFA in Film / Animation, and her work has been shown in film festivals and galleries internationally. Dubuc also received training from the Upright Citizen’s Brigade in improvisation and sketch writing, and is a two time nominee for the UCB / Donna Thomas Angel Foundation Women in Comedy scholarship.  In 2016, Dubuc directed and animated Christopher Walken’s Coffee Shop, an improvised short film that was featured on Short of the Week and has screened internationally. In 2018 CWCS was selected as a Vimeo Staff Pick and featured on news outlets including Fast Company and WIRED. Dubuc’s second short film, Ghosting Tips for Ghosts, was a featured selection of the HBO Women in Comedy Festival in 2018. Additionally, Dubuc's work in experimental animation has been critically well received and integrated into numerous marketing campaigns and multimedia series. Her branded clients include Snapchat, Girlboss and BBC.  Lately her work is based in playing with surreal narratives, using non-traditional techniques in animation and cultivating new representations of women in film and media.

Leah Dubuc is a multimedia artist and filmmaker currently living and working in Los Angeles, CA. Dubuc graduated Magna Cum Laude from California College of the Arts in 2014 with a BFA in Film / Animation, and her work has been shown in film festivals and galleries internationally. Dubuc also received training from the Upright Citizen’s Brigade in improvisation and sketch writing, and is a two time nominee for the UCB / Donna Thomas Angel Foundation Women in Comedy scholarship.

In 2016, Dubuc directed and animated Christopher Walken’s Coffee Shop, an improvised short film that was featured on Short of the Week and has screened internationally. In 2018 CWCS was selected as a Vimeo Staff Pick and featured on news outlets including Fast Company and WIRED. Dubuc’s second short film, Ghosting Tips for Ghosts, was a featured selection of the HBO Women in Comedy Festival in 2018. Additionally, Dubuc's work in experimental animation has been critically well received and integrated into numerous marketing campaigns and multimedia series. Her branded clients include Snapchat, Girlboss and BBC.

Lately her work is based in playing with surreal narratives, using non-traditional techniques in animation and cultivating new representations of women in film and media.

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