Tiarna Armstrong

A recent graduate from Edinburgh Napier University’s renowned MA in Screenwriting degree course (Screen Academy, Scotland), Tiarna also holds a first-class honours degree in French & Creative Writing from Bangor University, Wales. Originally born in Botswana to an African father and Irish mother, she was mainly raised in a small town in Northern Ireland. This multi-talented and vibrant 23 year-old also composes her own music as well as writing copiously. Her debut feature film script, a satirical comedy-drama provocatively entitled Blackface instantly ignited attention from the Ki Agency and is available to option. Tiarna is currently working on her own unique and personal coming of age story as well as a plethora of new film & TV projects. Inspired by Michaela Coel’s recent TV series I May Destroy You.   She’s also a big fan of the Netflix series Sex Education and Dear White People.

Tiarna has been accepted into the prestigious BBC WRITERS ROOM NORTHERN IRELAND, which accepts a select group of emerging talent, and begins in Autumn 2021. She also has some exciting new comedy drama projects currently in development at HOPSCOTCH FILMS, in conjunction with CHANNEL X NORTH.

Tiarna is represented by Roz Kidd