Sue Kingsley

 
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Agent: Conrad Williams

Sue began her career as an assistant film editor, working with editors: John Bloom, Roger Spottiswoode, Tom Priestley, Lesley Walker; and directors: Peter Woods, Karen Reisz, Christopher Miles, Anthony Harvey, Joseph Strick, Peter Medak, Roy Ward Baker, and the Boulting Brothers.

As Film Editor

PORTRAIT OF THE ARTIST AS A YOUNG MAN Directed by Joseph Strick. Sound Editor

BLOOD OF HUSSEIN. Dir Jamie Dehlavi. FIlm Editor. Won Gold at Houston and Taormina Film festivals.

10 episodes of MINDER for Thames TV (Euston Films) Edited two opening establishing episodes of this iconic TV series, directed by Peter Sasdy.

As Freelance Writer/Director

WRITE ON - 6 part series for Children's Book Foundation introducing young readers to authors: Tony Ross, Martin Waddell, Jacqui & Colin Hawkins, Shirley Hughes

THE BOOK BUS for Children's Book Foundation presented by Caribbean poet, John Agard. (Won Gold Chicago Children's Film Fest and BIFA London 2005)

10 Episodes SKY SPORTS 45 min programmes about the history of sport and sporting memorabilia presented by David Jensen.

SAFE PLACE TO BELONG: film for the charity 'Ebony Horse Club'. Winner of Equus Film Fest Gold 2015

She is now working on a number of stage plays and screenplays, including LOVE AND THE PHILOSOPHER co - writer Nigel Gearing (optioned), about Bertrand Russell. Sue Kingsley is also an accomplished horsewoman, is Chair of Trustees at Ebony Horse Club, a charity in Brixton, London that improves the lives of young people growing up in disadvantaged circumstances. She has two adult children both working in the film industry.