Sue is recognized in the feature for helping talented artists and business people achieve creative and professional goals. Recent deals include Netflix series for two clients — Mary Harron’s “Alias Grace” and Jose Padilha’s “The Mechanism” — and the 4K restoration/relaunch of Kevin Rafferty’s noted 1982 documentary “The Atomic Café.” She also struck a financing deal between Blumhouse Films and China’s Meridian Films.
Sue, who has worked alongside powerful men throughout her career, also shares her thoughts on the #MeToo movement, saying “sexual harassment and discrimination take many forms, and I think the #MeToo movement makes it easier to discuss these things, in all their complexity, between all women — and definitely in mentoring young women.”
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