Kristina Klebe

Kristina Klebe, born in in New York City and raised between NY, Germany, France and Italy, speaks four languages fluently and accentfree, is an actress, writer, director and also a rescue diver.

She graduated from IVY League University, Dartmouth College, cum laude with a major in Politics and a minor in Theater/Film. She continued her theater studies at the Eugene O’Neill National Theater Institute and recently attended the Grad Film Program at NYU Tisch to get her masters in directing.

Since then she has been standing in front of the camera in numerous national and international projects, as well as writing and directing screenplays. As a director, Kristina has produced and been the videographer on shoots in Hawaii, Haiti and Nicaragua as well as NY and LA. She has shot over a dozen open heart surgeries for organizations such as Doctors without Borders, Surgeons of Hope and Open Heart Haiti.


NYU Tisch School of the Arts (writing, directing); The Eugene O'Neill National Theatre Institute; Long Island University (Intensive Writing Course)


2018 | I am fear | Shout! Factory
2015 | Dementia | IFC/Shout! Factory | *New York Times Critic's Pic
2014 | Nymph | Epic Pictures
2013-15 | Henley E-Cigs | documentary
2013 | Doctor's without borders | documentary
2012 | Trespasses | shortfilm | NYU Grad Film Tisch
2012 | Open Hearts Haiti | documentary
2011 | As Human As Animal | shortfilm | NYU Grad Film Tisch | *In official competition at SITGES Film Festival
2008 | Na'Zdrovya | shortfilm
2006 | Pipeline | documentary
2001 | Unquiet mint | shortfilm | Darthmouth College Film | *Winner at the IVY League Film Festival
2003-08 | Digital/Web | documentary