Sonia Bible is an internationally award-winning writer/director. Her debut film Recipe For Murder, a 52-minute docudrama won a Silver Hugo Award at the prestigious Chicago International Film Festival in 2011. Sonia was awarded the NSW Premier's History Award, 2011 and was a finalist in the F4 for Outstanding Emerging Documentary Talent at Adelaide Festival, 2012. The film also won Silver ACS award for Cinematography. Recipe For Murder was the 2nd highest rating Australian documentary on the ABC in 2011.
In 2013 Sonia wrote and directed a half hour historical docudrama, Muriel Matters for ABC Artscape. Starring Brooke Satchwell, the film premiered at Adelaide Film Festival, and screened at Cork Film Festival, WOW Film festival and Sheffield videotheque 2014. Muriel Matters was nominated for a Best Documentary Award by the South Australian Screen Academy 2014. In 2017 Sonia produced and directed My First Year, an 8 x 10 minute observational doco series about first year uni students.
Sonia is currently working with acclaimed producer Peter Butt on a her next major documentary feature film The Witch of Kings Cross.