Sue Milliken AO began producing in the early 1970’s with Weekend of Shadows and The Odd Angry Shot. Prior to that she was a continuity girl and production manager.
In 1980 she established the Australian operation of the completion bond company Film Finances. She managed Film Finances in Australia and New Zealand until 2010, having been responsible for over two billion dollars’ worth of Australian production in that time.
Her producing credits include The Fringe Dwellers, Sirens, Dating The Enemy and Paradise Road, the TV mini series My Brother Jack, the large format (Imax) documentary Sydney, A story of a City, the short indigenous drama Crocodile Dreaming and the indigenous documentary The Redfern Story. She is a former Chair of the Australian Film Commission and board member of Screen West.
She has had three books published – a book about dogs, Dogs In The City (2012), the film industry memoir Selective Memory (2013), and correspondence in the 90’s with director Bruce Beresford, There’s a Fax from Bruce (2016).
She has been awarded the Order of Australia (AO), the Centenary Medal and the Australian Film Institute’s Raymond Longford Award.