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Sonia Bible

Sonia Bible is an internationally award-winning writer/director. Her debut film 'Recipe For Murder', a 52-minute docu-drama won a Silver Hugo at the prestigious Chicago International Film Festival in 2011. When broadcast, Recipe For Murder received rave reviews and was the 2nd highest rating Australian documentary on the ABC in 2011. Sonia was awarded the NSW Premier's History Award, 2011 and was a finalist in the F4 Film Festival for Outstanding Emerging Documentary Talent at Adelaide Festival, 2012.

Sonia has post-graduate qualifications in Screenwriting from the University of Technology Sydney. She has an extensive background in post-production and has won multiple local and international awards for her work as creative director and editor of film trailers and promos.

Sonia is the co-owner and director of Sydney based video production company Black Jelly Films, where she directs, edits and produces promotional campaigns while continuing to develop her own documentary films.



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