Guests

Rob Collins

Actor

Capricornia Jury

NT Screen Summit Speaker

Born and raised in Darwin, Rob Collins graduated from the National Institute for Dramatic Arts in 2013 where he was awarded the prestigious Roger Allen & Maggie Gray Scholarship for the title role in OTHELLO. Rob’s theatre credits include a national tour of THE LION KING in the role of ‘Mufasa’ and as ‘Lysander’ in Sydney Theatre Company’s A MIDSUMMER NIGHT’S DREAM. Rob’s Television credits include ‘Jack’ in the hit Network Ten drama-series THE WRONG GIRL, ‘Phil’ in the second series of GLITCH, the co-lead of the ABC/Sundance Channel television series CLEVERMAN and ‘Joe Sullivan’ in Foxtel’s upcoming SECRET CITY: UNDER THE EAGLE.
Most recently, Rob has finished filming alongside Noomi Rapace and Yvonne Strahovski in Kim Farrant’s new Australian Thriller ANGEL OF MINE.

Sally Ingleton

Producer, former director Screen Territory

NT Screen Summit Speaker

Jury for the Capricornia Film Awards

Sally Ingleton has been an active member of the Australian and International screen industry for over 30 years. As the principal at 360 Degree Films she has produced and directed an award winning slate of over 40 hours of factual television for partners including ABC, SBS, National Geographic, BBC, PBS, ITV and Arte France.

Apart from creating her own projects Sally has worked as the Director at Screen Territory, an Investment Manager at Film Victoria, Project Manager at AFTRS, Lecturer at Victorian College of the Arts and taught documentary screenwriting at RMIT.

Sally has extensive experience as an industry assessor, as a Jury member for the Logies and AACTA's and as a selector at international film festivals such as Jackson Hole Wildlife Film Festival and BANFF TV Festival. She has extensive marketing experience across Asia, USA and Europe and has filmed in every continent.

Since leaving Screen Territory, Sally has been developing a creative slate of projects and is thrilled to be a Judge at the 2018 Capricornia Awards.

The past year has been a highly successful period for NT screen creatives and the Capricornia Awards will celebrate this unique body of work.

Steven McGregor

Writer, Director

Steven McGregor is an award-winning Writer and Director from Darwin.  Steven co-wrote Sweet Country, a feature Directed by Warwick Thornton and Produced by David Jowsey and Greer Simpkin. The film screened in competition at the 2017 Venice Film Festival where it won the Special Jury Prize. Also Sweet Country won the Platform Prize at the 2017 Toronto International Film Festival, screened in competition at the BFI London Film Festival and has been selected to screen at numerous other international film festivals. In 2018 Sweet Country won the AWGIE for best original feature film script.

Steven Directed two episodes of the ABC’s comedy/drama series Warriors.  He is also a writer on the critically acclaimed TV drama series Mystery Road for the ABC. Produced by Greer Simpkin and David Jowsey, the series is Directed by Rachel Perkins.

Pretty Boy Blue, an episode Steven wrote for the drama series Redfern Now, won the AACTA Award for best screenplay in television in 2013. He wrote four episodes across the two ABC series. Steven also wrote the Redfern Now telemovie Promise Me, which screened on the ABC to critical acclaim.

Steven has written and directed documentaries which have screened in film festivals nationally and internationally.

Several of his highlights include:

  • Servant or Slave, an emotional confronting insight into the history and legacy of the domestic servitude enforced upon Aboriginal girls in Australia, told through the stories of five women. The film had its world premiere at the 2016 Melbourne Film Festival and was nominated for Best Television Documentary in the 2017 AACTA’s.
  • Croker Island Exodus (2012) is the epic journey of a group of stolen generation children during World War II. Big Name No Blanket  (2013) is a portrait of the Warumpi Band’s charismatic front man George Rrurrambu. Both films were nominated for the Sydney Film Festival Documentary Prize, they also played in the Melbourne International Film Festival and in the FIFO Film Festival Tahiti.
  • My Brother Vinnie (2006) which he directed, won major awards at the Melbourne International Film Festival, Flickerfest and the St Kilda Film Festival; was nominated in the IF Awards and for a Logie. My Brother Vinnie also screened at several festivals abroad. The documentary examined the close relationship between actor Aaron Pedersen and his brother Vinnie, who suffers from cerebral palsy.
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