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Tiffany K. Guillen is a Latina writer, director, and producer. She is a published playwright, DGA Jury Award winner, student Emmy Nominee, Miami Herald’s Silver Knight Winner, and HollyShorts Award Winner.

A graduate of Barnard College at Columbia University and USC’s School of Cinematic Arts, Tiffany has directed numerous projects and co-directed Warner Brother’s feature film, “Voodoo Macbeth.” Her passion for creating change through visual arts began at a young age when she wrote “The Cycle,” a play that demonstrates the effects of bullying. The production led to appearances on major news outlets (MSNBC, NBC, CBS) and the play’s acquisition and publication by Dramatic Publishing, inspiring Tiffany to pursue a career in film.

Tiffany’s films are centered around bringing inspiring, engaging and important topics to light. Her most recent film, “Welcome Back,” has received numerous accolades, including a student Emmy nomination, Director’s Guild Jury Award, and wins at prestigious festivals such as Diversity in Cannes, UN Women’s Global Voices Festival, and Hollyshorts. Most recently, the film began streaming on HBOMax, and has led Tiffany to be chosen as a Viewfinder fellow for Paramount TV.


Tiffany is also the co-founder of Creative X Entertainment, a media company with clients including Netflix, Starbucks, and Hollister; and remains fiercely committed to amplifying underrepresented voices through her upcoming projects.

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