I TELL STORIES.
Soto short film. Sponsored by Hunt A Killer game company.
One Hour Pilot
In 1957, a desperate single mother's fortune-telling grift puts her in touch with a real ghost, drawing her into a web of mayhem, murder and stolen fortunes, orchestrated by a secret supernatural society of old money elites.
When their Halloween sleepover game releases the ghost of a notorious killer, a group of middle-school girls, armed only with their encyclopedic knowledge of horror tropes, must unravel the rules of the killer's game to save the town from his grisly, time-bending murder spree.
THE WITCH QUEEN
Haunted by gruesome visions of her own execution and fearing herself cursed, Anne Boleyn turns to witchcraft to resurrect the miscarried male heir who might ensure her daughter Elizabeth’s survival in the blood-soaked court of Henry VIII.
After witnessing her friend’s horrific suicide, an American grad student in Japan turns to the object of her study - a mysterious phone booth with a connection to the dead - to fight the grief-fueled spirit that threatens to consume her and all those she loves.
TEASER is a lush burlesque-laced horror tone poem. Starring acclaimed burlesque dancer Lola LeSoleil, Jim Stacy and "America's Favorite Sideshow Couple" Captain and Maybelle Steele.
Blood Donation PSA
The short film Sanguino was produced in association with Women in Horror Month and Twisted Twins Productions.
Dayna Noffke was one of 28 up- and-coming horror directors chosen to create a blood donation PSA for Women in Horror Month's annual Blood Drive (2018).
Sanguino was written by sci-fi impresario Anthony Taylor and stars Madeline Brumby, Joe Hart and Viva Tolar.
GENTLEWOMAN'S GUIDE TO DOMESTICITY
A mysterious woman invites her guest to a very fine dinner. Gentlewoman's Guide to Domesticity premiered at Nightmares Film Festival in 2018.
MADAME OF FIRE AND VICE
Directed by Dayna Noffke
Written by Alison Wroblewski
Based on a true story, a sapphic madame opens a world renowned (and illegal) brothel bringing modernity to a stunted, infant city. As the Great Seattle Fire of 1889 brews beneath the streets, our madame faces off with determined suffragettes, misogynistic railroad barons, and an enchanting prostitute unwilling to adapt.