I tell stories because each word, each sentence has the power to shift culture. I am humbled by this responsibility and always excited by the potential of storytelling.
LETITIA GUILLORY is a multi-hyphenate creative working in film, television and theatre. She produced the award-winning short comedy, Pas Honteux (REVOLT TV), and thriller, Winston.
Her work has been presented at the American Black Film Festival, Bronze Lens Film Festival, Hip Hop Film Festival, Blackstar Film Festival, TIDE Film Festival, Lincoln Center, P.S. 122, Harlem Stage, Project Row Houses, Oaxaca Film Festival, BRIC Media Arts, National Black Theatre Festival and more. Letitia’s writing credits include: 8:42 (Austin Film Festival Second Rounder), Hound Dog (Oaxaca Film Festival Global Script Competition Finalist), gATES (Austin Film Festival Second Rounder, Semifinalist Screencraft TV Pilot Launch).
In addition, Letitia produces events for NYC Parks and curates the award-winning Movies Under the Stars Programs for Brooklyn. Through this work, she fosters dynamic engagement between local communities and indie filmmakers, ushering in new audiences, tastemakers and fans of cinema. She is a member of the Harlem Dramatic Writers Workshop, NYWIFT, Black TV & Film Collective, Dramatists Guild and DC 37. She is also a proud alum of the University of Texas (BFA, Drama), New York University (MA, Performance Studies), Eugene O'Neill Playwright's Conference and a Blackhouse Foundation Multicultural Producers Lab Fellow. Letitia is thrilled to have both her episodic series, gATES, and feature, HOUND DOG accepted into the WarnerMedia 150 Innovation Initiative!
Writer. Producer. Performance Artist.