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Sophia Cacciola
horror director, cinematographer, musician:
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Tim Porter 22h
HUGE congratulations to and the entire project team for making it into . In a parallel universe, we'd be heading to Montreal for the festivities. I'll MEOW from a distance!
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Billy Joel - Leader of Antifa Aug 4
Boston's shoegaze/dream pop crew is back after a 4-year silence with Strangelands. That album is packed with guest appearances ( , to name a few)! And now we also got track-by-track guide to it
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Michael J. Epstein Aug 5
Launch Over Podcast Episode 1
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Bob Rose Aug 3
It's finally happened, a fan film, which dares to replicate a beloved classic yet put its own spin on things by mixing with a pup. Streaming free on the home viewing video application system. Someone did what we are no longer doing.
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Sophia Cacciola Aug 1
That is the same in the original!
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Michael J. Epstein Jul 25
Sophia contributes vocals on new Emerald Comets album, Strangelands
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Emerald Comets Jul 21
Thank you so much to my bandmates , David Altman, and , and to for mixing, for mastering. And also a huge thanks to all the musical contributors: Bo Barringer, , Anar Badalov, Jeff Barsky, Jeremy Lassetter, ...
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Michael J. Epstein Jul 21
Sophia is included in book 1000 Women in Horror
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Michael J. Epstein Jul 20
Sophia plays bass and sings on new Drab band EP and video
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Alexandra Heller-Nicholas Jul 17
ATTENTION TWITTER DARLINGS! My little baby book-bitch 1000 WOMEN IN HORROR, 1895-2018 is now on sale! Includes a slab of interviews and a selected filmography of 700+ women-directed feature length horror films! Paperback:  Hardback: 
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Jess Dweck Jul 14
Can’t believe LA is shutting down again. We did everything wrong and everything still went wrong
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Dayna Noffke Jul 7
Hi! I’m an indie writer and director and love to meet creators! My new reel is up as of yesterday. It’s my pinned tweet. Also check out: Lots of greats already mentioned!
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Morbidly Beautiful Jun 24
It's time to face facts: things are not ok. And it's up to us as a horror community to end our silence and demand better for women working in the genre.
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Sophia Cacciola Jun 22
Replying to @lukeoneil47
S1 ended where the book ended so I didn't go for the torturey S2 that whatever writer's room came up with
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Sophia Cacciola Jun 21
Just finished watching this year's film fest selections of some of the best shorts made by women in the last year on ! What an accomplishment, congrats to everyone involved! Thanks for bringing one of my fav events online ♡
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Jack Bennett Jun 19
Attorney General Cameron ( ), I DEMAND justice for Breonna Taylor. This has gone on for far too long. I am tagging 5 friends who I hope will do the same.
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maxine. career coach. 🇬🇩🌱 Jun 17
Breonna Taylor’s name is no longer trending and the police that murdered her are still free. If you see this please reply/quote/tweet on your own. ARREST BRETT HANKISON, JONATHAN MATTINGLY & MYLES COSGROVE FOR THE MURDER OF
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Joy Robinson Jun 17
The horror community (for lack of a better term) is falling apart. I believe we can build a better one. Let’s start by making a commitment to championing and prioritizing Black voices and talent. Here’s a list of some amazing people to get you started.
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Morbidly Beautiful Jun 15
Mourn the loss of a genre institution, but keep your focus on the women affected by the culture of abuse at Cinestate and the industry at large.
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Sophia Cacciola Jun 13
pleased this is happening in my neighborhood!
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