Leila Conners

Leila Conners

Director, Screenplay, Producer, Writer, Director of photography, Editor


Leila Conners is an American filmmaker, environmentalist and activist. She is best known for her work in the field of green filmmaking, producing films that focus on environmental topics.

Leila was born in New York City in 1968 to a family of activists. She grew up in a home committed to social justice and was inspired to make a difference from an early age. She attended the University of California, Berkeley, where she earned a degree in film studies.

Leila’s first foray into filmmaking was a documentary called “The 11th Hour”, which focused on global warming and environmental issues. The film was released in 2007 and was nominated for an Oscar.

Since then, Leila has gone on to produce several other films focusing on environmental topics. She has also worked as a director and producer on a number of other documentaries and TV series. Her most recent work includes a series for National Geographic called “Planet Earth: The Future”.

Leila is also an active environmental activist and has been involved in several campaigns and initiatives to protect the planet. She has given numerous lectures and talks on the importance of sustainability and climate change.

Leila is a passionate advocate for the planet and its inhabitants. She believes that by taking action and raising awareness, we can create a better future for all. She is a strong believer in the power of film to educate, inspire and empower viewers.

Leila has won numerous awards and accolades for her work, including an Emmy for her role in producing the documentary “The 11th Hour”. She has also been recognized by the United Nations for her work on climate change.

Leila continues to be a powerful voice in the fight for a better future. She is committed to creating films that inspire and educate viewers about environmental issues. Her work is a testament to her dedication to making a positive impact on the world.