Ms Susan Maslin


Adjunct Professor

School /
Work Unit

Media and Communications

Contact Details

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City campus


College of Design and Social Context

Key activities

Sue Maslin is an award winning screen producer and was appointed as Adjunct Professor of the Media Program, School of Media & Communication, RMIT University in 2010.

Industry experience

She produced the feature films ROAD TO NHILL (1995), JAPANESE STORY (2003), winner of the AFI Award for Best Feature Film and HUNT ANGELS (2006), winner of the AFI Award for Best Documentary Film. Documentary producer credits include A MIRROR TO THE PEOPLE (2000), THE HIGHEST COURT (1998), THE EDGE OF THE POSSIBLE (1998), CONSPIRACY (1994), MR. NEAL IS ENTITLED TO BE AN AGITATOR (1991)).

Together with Daryl Dellora, she launched rights management and distribution company, FILM ART MEDIA and theatrically released CELEBRITY: DOMINICK DUNNE which premiered at the Hamptons International Film Festival in 2008. Their latest release, MICHAEL KIRBY - Don’t Forget The Justice Bit, was recently launched in Law Week and will screen on ABC TV on 27 June.

She is currently producing the cross-platform documentary RE-ENCHANTMENT, an immersive journey into the hidden meanings of fairy tales. The project consists on an interactive website, television series and radio programs for the ABC.