International winner of United Nations Plural+ New York for her short film 'Trab Laus', Best Use of Short Form Video Mumbrella and Media Moment In Journalism LGBTI Australia, Safi produces thought-provoking, entertaining, accessible and impactful video. Hired to kickstart BuzzFeed Video Australia, Safi was relocated to Los Angeles for her expertise in producing, editing and shooting highly shareable short and long form content for their cross-platforms. 

After working for internet and traditional media companies for 10 years, producing everything from native digital entertainment and branded video to feature documentaries on human-trafficking in India, Safi is passionate about creating meaningful, worthy, memorable videos.

Safi has produced hundreds of videos for YouTube, Facebook and other cross-platforms, developed several web-series and hosted or acted in short and feature films.

"She’s also one of the media giant’s most vocal, queer, feminist and Arab voices and everyday, she gets DMs from young people around the world, telling her how she makes them feel more like themselves."

- Jerico Mandybur

Girlboss Editorial Director

"Tania Safi quickly rose to international fame as a video producer forBuzzFeed, but you might not know that she was Sydney’s best filmmakerof 2012 and won an international film festival hosted by theUnited Nations. Her films have been screened around the world, includingthe U.S, Spain and Germany." 

- Amanda Van Slyke

Flurt Magazine Editor in Chief 


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