Eleanor Wilson is a writer/director/producer from Adelaide, Australia. Her feature debut SAVE YOURSELVES!, which she co-wrote and co-directed with Alex H. Fischer, premiered in the US dramatic competition at Sundance Film Festival 2020, and was selected as a festival favorite for the SXSW Film Festival.
She is an alumna of the Film Victoria Producer’s Attachment Program, the Spruceton Inn Artists Residency, and a recipient of the Future of Film Is Female grant. Her award winning short films have played at countless festivals throughout the world, with her first, POSSUM, winning best short film at the inaugural Nitehawk Shorts Fest in 2013. EVERYTHING ALL AT ONCE, starring J. Smith-Cameron, premiered on sundance.tv. Her latest short film, LOW ROAD, was written as part of the Write By The Sea residency at the Lighthouse International Film Festival and premiered at MoMA.
She is also co-producing a feature documentary, EXPOSURE, with Holly Morris (The Babushkas Of Chernobyl), which has filmed in Iceland, Oman and the North Pole.
In addition to making films, she is a graduate of the Neighborhood Playhouse School of the Theatre, co-founder of the Picture Farm Film Festival, and a producer of short form things.