Lea Pfandler is an international filmmaker, writer, and actor. Being Swiss by passport, but grown up all over the globe, she considers herself a citizen of the world speaking multiple languages. She started writing stories and scripts, and creating and drawing comics at the age of six. After having studied film at the University of Zurich and receiving her BFA in Acting in Germany, she moved back to the United States to study Acting under Bill Esper at the William Esper Studio in NYC. Lea has performed in Europe including at the Maag Music Hall Zurich and at the Theater Ulm in Germany. Lea was also seen on National TV in the crime show 'Der Bestatter' and the TV film 'Das alte Haus' in Switzerland. She has written and produced short films including ‘A Cycle’, ’Old Habits Die Hard’, and ‘Call The Cobbs’, which made it into the Top 15 list made under the international Four Points Film Project. ‘A Cycle’ is Lea’s directorial debut. She is a proud member of NYC Women Filmmakers and participated in the Inaugural All Female Film Challenge ‘Women’s Weekend Film Challenge’. She is currently developing and writing two feature films and is the founder of the production company LeaPVision Productions.