Sanguineti Media has grown to become well known across the Canberra region and beyond, for its highly requested, quality video production services. A family business at its heart, Dan Sanguineti leads a team of talented and experienced practitioners to produce a wide range of content beyond online video content, corporate videos and event videography. This includes feature film production, short films and documentary.


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Dan Sanguineti

Managing Director, Producer

Dan Sanguineti is an award winning film producer, writer and online content maker. He has produced four feature length films, of which his most recent ‘Me and My Mates vs the Zombie Apocalypse’ was sold and distributed internationally. 


A social media advocate, he has a Master of Creative Writing and a Bachelor Degree in Communication specialising in Media and Multimedia. He is a filmmaking workshop facilitator, and has previously taught film and media at the University of Canberra and at the Canberra Institute of Technology.


He has successfully managed a number of social media crowdfunding campaigns, producing Australian record breaking funding levels on Indiegogo.com. He has also developed a number of content database and multimedia websites in a variety of platforms including wordpress, joomla, dreamweaver and wix. 

David Sanguineti

3D Artist , VFX Artist, Video Editor

David is currently studying for an Advanced Diploma in Screen and Media at the Academy of Interactive Entertainment.

Some of his work includes Visual effect shots on feature films Theatre of the Dead and Me and My Mates vs the Zombie Apocalypse. He also has produced a number of computer animated sequences for 104.7's Skyfire event videos and for other radio station promos.

David is also one of Sanguineti Media's in house video editors.

Joshua Wichaison

Production Assistant, Editor

Joshua Wichaison is a recent University of Canberra graduate.

Russell Lee

Writer, Creative

Russell Lee was a finalist for the inaugural Accelerator Pod in 2015 with his first feature screenplay, “Reunion”, Russell worked closely for almost four years with The Film Distillery on the films development.


Russell made his short film debut in early 2019 with “The Man In The Moon” - it won three awards at that year’s Lights! Canberra! Action (including the Audience Choice). 


Russell has been working closely with Sanguineti Media as writer on their next feature film “Alice”, as well other projects in the future.