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Sue Milliken

Sue Milliken has been producing films in Australia since the 1970s. She is a past president of the Screen Producers' Association of Australia and was made a Life Member in 1991. She is a former Chair of the Australian Film Commission and served on the Film and Literature Board of Review.

She has been honoured with the Australian Film Institute's Raymond Longford Award for her contribution to the Australian film industry and was awarded the Australian Government's Centenary Medal in 2003.

Sue Milliken has produced such films as The Odd Angry Shot (1979), The Fringe Dwellers (1985), Black Robe(1991), Sirens(1994), Dating the Enemy (1995), Paradise Road (1997) and CROCODILE DREAMING (2007).

Sue was awarded the Australian Centenary Medal in the 2001 Queen's New Years Honours List for her services to Australian society and the Australian film industry.

Sue was awarded the A.O. (Officer of the Order of Australia) in the 2008 Queen's New Years Honours List for her services to the film and television industry through a range of organisations, as an advocate for the development of the industry, for support and encouragement of Indigenous film makers, and as a producer.



CROCODILE DREAMING is a modern day supernatural myth about two estranged brothers, played by iconic Indigenous actors DAVID  GULPILIL and TOM  E...


WINNER! BEST DOCUMENTARY (Social and Political Issues), 2015 ATOM AWARDS. "This is an extraordinary film that shines a light on otherwise unknown aspects of Australian history...