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Camera, Direction
Available: director, cinematographer, operator, 1st AC, 2nd AC (indie rates avail. all positions) - Owner/Operator: Blackmagic Ursa Mini Pro + sound kit - cinema-camera experience (ARRI, RED)
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Clickbait (Feature, 2019) Director/2nd Unit Cinematographer (Blackmagic/RED)
The Stalking Fields (Feature, 2019) 1st AC (Nucleus / Red Epic)
7 Days Alive (TV Show 2018) - 1st AC (ARRI WCU-4 / Alexa Mini)
Oh Boy! (Feature, 2018) 1st AC (Preston / RED Epic Helium)
Astro (Feature, 2018) 2nd AC (Blackmagic UMP)
Hedgehog (Feature, 2017) 2nd AC (Canon C300)

Lois Weber Award 2018 - Buffalo Dreams Fantastic Film Festival
Les Femmes du Genre Award 2018 - GenreBlast
Best Horror Feature (Clickbait) - Arizona Underground
Best Overall Feature (Blood of the Tribades) - Imaginarium
Winner Best Sci-Fi Feature (Magnetic) - Motor City Nightmares

Personal Details

Los Angeles

United States

Work Details

Cinematographer, Camera Operator, First Assistant Camera, Second Assistant Camera

SYFY Profile:

Sophia Cacciola is a director/cinematographer concentrating on feminist sociopolitical horror and sci-fi feature films including vampire throwback, Blood of the Tribades; cerebral time-loop trance, Magnetic; murder mystery, TEN; and social satire horror, Clickbait. The films have screened at more than 40 festivals, winning numerous awards and receiving worldwide distribution on VOD, DVD, blu-ray, and VHS.

Sophia began her career in music as the no-wave punk singer-songwriter-drummer in Do Not Forsake Me Oh My Darling, known for music-video recreations of the ‘60s spy TV series, The Prisoner. Sophia combines her love of music and film as head interview cinematographer for the Women of Rock Oral History Project, documenting the lives and careers of women who have been underrepresented or omitted from rock journalism and historical scholarship. Sophia was a 2017 artist-in-residence at Museumsquartier (Vienna), where she built an interactive musical cocktail robot installation.