Tiffany Kontoyiannis is a Latina writer, director, and producer. She is a published playwright, Miami Herald's Silver Knight Winner, current student Emmy Nominee and HBO Semi-Finalist, and has been recognized for her work in film.
Her most recent films have been acknowledged at festivals such as LA Short Film Festival, Diversity at Cannes, Athena Film Festival, Cannes Short Film Corner, Hollywood International Moving Pictures Film Festival, Mammoth Film Festival, and many more.
Tiffany is also known for her anti-bullying work and organization. At the age of 14, Tiffany wrote “The Cycle,” a play that demonstrates the effects of bullying, and began touring South Florida with her cast to showcase the play. A few years later, after selling the play to Dramatic Publishing, she knew that writing and directing film was her next goal. Since then, she has appeared on MSNBC, NBC, TV Venezuela and CBS to speak about how the visual arts can be used to create change. Tiffany's films are centered around bringing inspiring, engaging and important topics to light. Her most recent projects have been devoted to telling stories of Latinx and underrepresented communities in hopes of further diversifying the industry.