Sally Ingleton

Sally Ingleton is one of Australia’s most experienced documentary filmmakers and has sold award-winning programs to all major territories.

Sally has a passion for telling stories across all genres be they wildlife such as Penguin Island (ABC, BBC, Arte France), Devil Island (ABC, ITV, France TV), Kangaroo Mob (ABC, PBS), Possum Wars (ABC, Arte France); nature science such as Seed Hunter  (ABCTV, Arte France, SVT, RTE, National Geographic), Acid Ocean for WGBH NOVA, ZDF, ARTE France and SBS, Australia’s Great Flood about the Queensland floods of 2011 for National Geographic TV which won the Best Documentary at the 2011 Australian Subscription TV Awards; social issues such as Tayamangajiri (NITV), Indian Wedding Race (SBS) or arts Eye For Architecture (SBS) and Painting Country (SBS, NHK) which followed senior Indigenous artists from Balgo on a trip back to country.

In 2020 Sally co-produced the 8-part Jimmy Shu’s Taste of The Territory for SBS FOOD nominated for BEST LIFESTYLE PROGRAM 2020 AACTA’s. Sally also produced and directed the feature documentary Wild Things about environmental activism for cinema and SBS Viceland.