Catalyst Magazine Article
Review by Dorian Dawes - October 2011
What you see before you is a collection of visual and musical hauntings generated by one gal with two hands, a box full of production hats, and the kind help of cast, crew, and volunteers. This accumulated body of work is a playground for conceptual ideas intended for larger works in the making—visual ideas for bigger worlds with bigger budgets.
The artistic references made about my work are inspiring and in good company too! Some of the filmmakers, writers, and artists that have been mentioned are; Lewis Carroll, Salvador Dali, Luis Bunuel, Germaine Dulac, Robert Wiene, Federico Fellini, Fritz Lang, Maya Deren, David Lynch, Rod Serling, Ken Russell, Kenneth Anger, Derek Jarman, Terry Gilliam and Guillermo del Toro.
It’s a pleasure to have my music videos chosen as official selections for film festivals in the US and abroad. It's also an honor to receive awards and positive reviews of my work. My work is featured at entertainment blogs, e-zines, and industry hosted websites. I've had the pleasure of being interviewed for live radio shows and podcasts here in the United States. My published work as a singer/songwriter (ASCAP) is broadcast on live radio stations, streamed globally for podcasts, satellite radio stations, and radio networks from Philadelphia to Ireland, and as far as Indonesia.
I'm a creator of worlds and my original intellectual property "OTHERWORLD" (fantasy-horror, action-thriller series) is garnering attention. To read more about it visit Projects. For more info check out my Bio page and IMDB profile.
MIRROR MIRROR Review I Like Horror Movies
By Carl Manes - February 7, 2011
11:11 Review - Daily Deviant Pick
By W. Ross Wells - January 25, 2010
Review by Justin Hamelin - April 28, 2012
WiHM is a site dedicated to honoring female filmmakers
creating work under the umbrella of The Horror Genre.
I Like Horror Movies
Review by Carl Manes - December 6, 2010
“11:11 is a trippy music video directed by Sophia Segal. The video, which deals with a young girl in a fantasy world, features amazing surreal images right out of Lewis Caroll.”
Review by Jonathan Weichsel
FESTIVALS & SCREENINGS
BYPASS Music Video - Festivals
Protoclip International Music Video Festival - Paris, France (11.30 - 12, 2012)
Bornshorts Film Festival in Bornholm, Denmark (Sept 14-16th, 2011)
Horrible Imaginings Film Festival - San Diego, CA. (Nov 4th, 2011)
MIRROR MIRROR Music Video - Festivals
Horrible Imaginings Film Festival - San Diego (11.06.10), New York City Horror Film Festival 2008 (12.12.08), Bleedfest Film Festival “Women in Horror Month” - Los Angeles, CA (2.6.11)
11:11 Music Video - Festivals
Bleedfest “Suspense Genre” - Los Angeles, CA (12.5.10)
Bleedfest “Women in Horror Month” - Los Angeles, CA (2.6.10)
NOMINATIONS & AWARDS
MIRROR MIRROR Music Video - Nominations
“Best Indie Music Video” Yahoo.com annual “Veddy Awards” 2007
MIRROR MIRROR Music Video - Awards
“Best Self Reflection” - Bleedfest Women in Horror Film Festival - Los Angeles, CA (2.6.11)
11:11 Music Video - Awards
California Film Awards - “Orson Welles Award” Best of Category Music Video - San Diego, CA (1.22.10)
Bleedfest - “Best Music Video” and “Best Mind Trip” for Suspense Genre - Los Angeles, CA (12.5.10)