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'Ray Argall met with Sue at her office in Fitzroy, a hub for independent filmmakers in Melbourne. Sue has embraced the opportunities new media platforms offer and has extended her filmmaking into distribution, where she is taking her substantial back catalogue to a new audience. It’s a long way from getting bogged in outback Western Australia while making Japanese Story (2003). Sue’s career has taken her to some extraordinary places, from the Pilbara to The Highest Court, and brought untold Australian stories to light in Thanks Girls and Goodbye (1988) and Hunt Angels (2006).'

Source: Filmmaker Interviews (Sighted: 30/11/2016)

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    y separately published work icon Filmmaker Interviews National Film and Sound Archive , 2006- 10461487 2006 series - publisher website

    'In addition to preserving Australia’s filmmaking past and present, the NFSA also recognises the importance of learning from filmmakers themselves.

    'In this series of interviews, some of Australia’s most influential film directors, producers and writers speak about their filmmaking journeys, discuss the importance of film preservation and share their advice for the next generation of Australian filmmakers.'

    Source: Filmmaker Interviews (Sighted: 30/11/2016)

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