Noomi Spook is a multi-award-winning queer and neurodivergent writer and director specialising in creating content with a strong moral compass. Her work uniquely pairs hyper-stylised and often cartoonish visuals with hard-hitting social issues, creating bold yet sensitive work.
As part of the WFTV mentoring scheme in 2021, Noomi was mentored by British horror director Rose Glass. Rose has been supporting Noomi in the production of her most recent film project, Only Yourself To Blame; a horror short based on Noomi’s own experience of sexual assault.
In 2021 Noomi’s music video Death of Silence for breakout feminist heavy rock quarter Hawxx won Best Rock Video at the IMVA awards, Best Director at the BVON awards, and placed as a Semi-Finalist at Monster Flix fest.
Noomi graduated from Westminster Film school with a BA Hons in Film and Television production. Her first short film as writer & director, Annabelle’s Tea Party, was nominated for Best Horror Film at the London Limelight Awards and screened at Cannes short film corner and London Short Film Festival.
She loves working on music video projects. Her work has been featured in Metal Hammer, Kerrang, and Scuzz TV.
Noomi is in development on her first feature-length screenplay, working alongside producer Erik Pack and Ioanna Karavela of Epik Pictures, whose previous credits include the hit TV shows Hannibal and Narcos.