Sophia Cacciola is a director and cinematographer concentrating on feminist sociopolitical horror and sci-fi feature films including the feminist vampire throwback, Blood of the Tribades; the cerebral time-loop trance, Magnetic; the murder mystery, TEN; and the upcoming horror social satire, Clickbait. Her award-winning films have played at more than 40 film festivals and have been distributed worldwide. Sophia began her arts career in music, most notably as the no-wave punk singer-songwriter-drummer in Do Not Forsake Me Oh My Darling, building up a following based around their music video recreations of the TV show, The Prisoner. Sophia was awarded an art residency at Museumsquartier in Vienna, Austria in autumn 2017, where she built an interactive musical cocktail robot installation, Nothen für die Tothen, for the event Roboexotica. Sophia also combines her love of music and film as the head videographer for the Women of Rock Oral History Project, documenting the lives and careers of women in rock who have been underrepresented or omitted from rock journalism and historical scholarship.