Sally Ingleton and Naina Sen are about to start shooting an 8×25 minute series for SBS Food. The series will be presented by Darwin chef Jimmy Shu and will showcase the multicultural food of Darwin and the Top End.
Sally Ingleton is the Producer and Director on the feature documentary WILD THINGS, which is in the final stages of financing.
It’s been a long haul of writing many funding applications over the past 12 months.
Thanks to our magnificent donors who have helped keep the production on the road as we have been filming many key events in the environment movement over the past few months including the School Strike Movement, the Stop Adani Convoy and the many protests that have been underway by community groups such as Grey Power and Extinction Rebellion.
You can support WILD THINGS via at philanthropic donation at the Documentary Australia Foundation.
NIGHT PATROL is a half hour documentary that follows the work of community leaders on the Tiwi Islands who are helping keep the kids in school by running a safety program during the day and night. The program is directed by Charmaine Ingram.
We hope to finish the documentary in early July 2019.
(Image caption: Sally Ingleton (LEFT), Director Charmaine Ingram (RIGHT)).
Sally Ingleton is working with Indigenous Director Charmaine Ingram, to develop a half hour series about the Night Patrol at Yuendumu.
Night Patrol follows a charismatic team of Aboriginal men and women who patrol the streets of Yuendumu from dusk until dawn ensuring that kids and families stay safe.
Development of the project has been supported by Screen Australia.
360 Degree Films is forging ahead with raising finance on the feature documentary WILD THINGS – the inside story of Australia’s environment movement.
The Documentary Australia Foundation has approved WILD THINGS for tax deductibility and we encourage our supporters to go to the DAF page to read about the project. Please donate if you can to help this important film get made.
Our target for donations is an ambitious $116,000 and so far we have raised $32,000.
We plan to go into production in March 2019.
[ Image by Matthew Newton ]
360 Degree Films is opening an office in the Northern Territory.
Creative Producer Sally Ingleton has been living in Darwin for the past year and is now actively looking for new stories.
If you have an idea that has potential for short or long form television, online, theatrical or VR please get in touch.
Sally recently left the position of Director at Screen Territory to return to creative independent production.
“The Territory is full of untold stories and distinctive storytellers and I can’t wait to commence working with them”.
Darwin office street address:
37 Rossiter Street, Rapid Creek NT 0810
Darwin office postal address:
GPO Box 2009 Darwin NT 0800
360 Degree Films still has a Melbourne office.
Melbourne office postal address:
PO Box 418, Brunswick VIC 3056.
Although the office at 245 Albert Street Brunswick has closed, 360 Degree Films has still been busy working on WILD THINGS, our feature documentary about the story of Australia’s environment movement. With the support of Screen Australia and Film Victoria we have produced a short trailer and a treatment and are now seeking support from Philanthropic organisations.
Andrea Foxworthy has been looking after the project and we are pleased to announce we will be working with Media Stockade as Co-Producers in 2018.
DVD sales are still available, but just a reminder that we do not have any opportunities for employment at this point in time.
Sally Ingleton is living in Darwin and busy working as the Director of Screen Territory.
After a solid decade of production at 360 Degree Films, Sally Ingleton will be taking up the position of Director of Screen Territory from the end of May 2017.
The 245 Albert Street Brunswick office will close its doors while Sally is in the Northern Territory.
Please note we do not have any positions available and will not be looking at any new projects until further notice.
We are underway with research for GREENIES, our feature film in development which will tell the inside story of Australia’s environment movement.
Writer/Director Tosca Looby has been busy conducting research interviews and the 360 Production team has kicked into action, with the aim to produce a treatment and trailer for the film by mid 2017.
Greenies is being developed with the assistance of Screen Australia and we can’t wait to bring this film in production.
[Image: Hobart World Heritage Rally 1 by Rob Blakers]
POSSUM WARS will be re-broadcast on ABC TV 10am Tuesday 18 April, 2017.
The one-hour documentary lifts the lid on the private world of Australia’s most unwanted marsupial and its battle to survive in the big city. Forced out of their bush habitats by encroaching development, these mischievous marsupials swarm into cities where their raucous noise and destructive appetites bring them few friends. Possums live in our roofs, pillage our fruit trees, plunder our flowers and pee on our paths. When possums and people vie for real estate it’s war!