6 x 30 mins comedy/drama, In development

Their broken brains see danger, death, disease and sex all around us, but the only way for this highly-strung group of obsessive compulsives to break free of their minds is to face their worst fears head on.

Among a few other gongs, Disorderly was a finalist for the prestigious ScreenCraft Fellowship.

Written by Martin Ingle

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Developed with the support of Screen Queensland.

F Off We’re Full

Short series, 2020

Confined to house arrest for an Islamophobic stunt, the core members of Australian Nationalists United – a radical group of white nationalists – face infighting as they plan their next move. Leader Wendell is trying to legitimise the controversial group, registering them as a political party and beginning to sell merch, a path resisted by the neo-Nazi-linked Trevor, whose shady connections bring the group closer to even more trouble.

Meanwhile, right hand man Matty is trying to find a way to cut ties and leave the group once and for all, revealing his burgeoning relationship with Fatima, a young Muslim woman.

In the tradition of classic satires like Four Lions and Down Under, F Off We’re Full shines a light on the new, dangerously popular world of young, modern right-wing extremism in Australia and across the world.

Follow the project and watch the teaser ep on Facebook and Instagram.

Written and directed by Martin Ingle

Executive producer Charles Firth

Much Ado

Feature, In development

This shocking, underground modernisation of Shakespeare is reimagined in the Aussie indie music scene. Shot on a shoestring budget in the back alleys and green rooms of real legendary rock venues, conflicting band mates weave a web of love and deception on and off stage on the night of a home venue gig.

Adapted and directed by Martin Ingle

Original music by Michael Whittred and Ella Fence

Based on the show directed by Matthew Caffoe

Love Me On Purpose

Music video, 2019

I produced a music video for electro-pop powerhouse Ella Fence on the release of this fantastic new single. The production of this was really grass-roots and genuinely no-budget. We collaborated with Pearl Thompson (Indigenous Circus Artist of the Year) to do a one-shot dance piece in an abandoned heritage-listed boot factory. Oh, and we shot it on a smartphone.

Produced and directed by Martin Ingle

Choreographed and performed by Pearl Thompson and Chris Braithwaite

Music by Ella Fence and Steve Thornely

Instructions Inside

Short, 2012

What is the price we pay by growing up? When do we lose our childhood innocence? Blending documentary and fiction elements, several character’s stories intertwine among the comings and goings of one working day in modern toy store.

Written and directed by Martin Ingle

Low Angle

Short, 2011

A short-statured actor lands a role on a TV commercial only to discover on set that the industry doesn’t take him seriously. Inspired by Iranian docu-drama and the very thin line between reality and fiction, this partly-improvised short was shot covertly with none of the crew aware that the drama unfolding on set was fake.

Written by Ruben Francis and Martin Ingle

Directed by Martin Ingle

Actually, Love.

Short, 2010

Click to watch on Facebook.

Everyone has the right to be cliché.

All the way back in 2010 we made this fantastic short advocating for gay marriage. We didn’t know it would take seven more years until it was law.

Watch on Facebook.

Written and directed by Martin Ingle