Leonie Marzecki is a London based film and advertising producer, as well as a production manager and theatre director.
Leonie has produced TV content for Channel 4, ITV and the BBC, and worked with a variety of London based production companies and creative agencies. Her work includes advertising campaigns such as The Happy Song for Cow and Gate, during which she worked closely with Goldsmith’s University and award-winning musician, Imogen Heap. She has worked with some prolific artists and talent including Imogen Heap, David Rowntree, Anna Richardson, Tom Daley, Clare Balding, George Clarke, Simon Rimmer and Tim Lovejoy. Her recent short film, Teeth and Pills, directed by Andrea Vinciguerra, has won awards at international film festivals in categories. These include Best Director at the NYC 21 Island Festival, Best Comedy at the Independent Horror Movie Awards 2018 and Best Experimental at the Dublin Independent Film Festival 2018. Teeth and Pills was also screened at the London Short Film Festival 2019.
Her work as a theatre director includes My Friend Peter with HookHitch Theatre for the Edinburgh Fringe Festival 2015. Following a UK tour the play transferred to the Arts Theatre London. Since then she has directed a number of short plays for various theatres such as Southwark Playhouse and Theatre 503 and has just finished assisting Brigitte Fassbaender on a production of the opera Der Junge Lord at the Gaertnerplatz Theatre in Munich, Germany.
Leonie is currently developing two new plays,The Grebble Monster with writer Harry Davies, and Tomboy which was long-listed for the 2017 Verity Bargate Award with writer Caitlin Power. Tomboy will have it's debut at the White Bear Theatre in August 2019.
Leonie is a member of the Young Vic Director’s Scheme.