Sharon Mullally is an Emmy Award-winning independent producer/director and editor whose work regularly appears on local and national public television. Sharon began her career with 10 years in staff positions at broadcast television stations in Philadelphia and Baltimore. She left the commercial broadcast world to pursue freelance media work, focusing on social issue documentaries. Her latest directorial work is Pope Francis' Visit – 2015 Philadelphia (History Making Productions) a two-disc commemorative DVD package for the Archdiocese of Philadelphia, 2015. Other recent work includes Voices Across the Divide (extendedPLAY Inc., 2013), Tango Macbeth (Harmony Image Productions, 2012), Sacred Poison (Bedo Productions, 2011), Mrs. Goundo's Daughter (Attie & Goldwater Productions, 2009), First Person (Benjamin Herold, Director, 2008), the CINE Golden Eagle and UNAFF Stanford Editing Award-winning documentary Rosita (Attie & Goldwater Productions, 2005). Mullally has been a board member and workshop leader for PIFVA (Philadelphia Independent Film/Video Association) and an instructor/facilitator at Scribe Video Center. Her work has appeared in the SILVERDOCS Film Festival, the Human Rights Watch Film Festival, the DoubleTake Documentary Festival, and the Philadelphia Festival of Independents.