BFA in Film Production, Concordia University, Montreal. In 1992, Alleyn travelled the globe on her own for the Radio-Canada TV series La Course Destination monde where she directed 26 short documentaries. On her return, she worked as a journalist for the Montreal daily Le Devoir (Mireille Lanctôt Award) and for Le Point (Radio-Canada TV). She went back to fiction and co-directed Cosmos, (Art and Experimental Cinema Award, Cannes Film Festival and Oscar nomination for best film in a foreign language). She has since directed several critically acclaimed films such as The Rossys and La Vie imaginée de Jacques Monory. Her film Svanok won Best Short Fiction Award at the 2006 Rendez-vous du cinéma québecois. In 2008. Her first feature documentary, L’atelier de mon père (My Father's Studio), won the award for Best canadian work at the 26th Montreal international Festival of films on art (FIFA). Her last film, Ten times Dix, on german painter Otto Dix, was awarded the ARTV Springboard Award at the Montreal international Festival of films on art (FIFA) in 2011. She is now writing her first feature.