Susan Cartsonis

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Susan Cartsonis is an American film producer and the president of Storefront Pictures. She produced Firelight, Where the Heart Is, What Women Want, Aquamarine, Beastly, and Carrie Pilby, and was the executive producer of The Mistress of Spices and No Reservations. In 2000, she was named one of the top five grossing producers of the year by The Hollywood Reporter.,[1][2] She is President of Wind Dancer Films.[3] She is also Semior Vice President at 20th Century Fox.[4]

Education[edit]

She received her MFA in dramatic writing from NYU (1984) and a bachelor of arts in theatre from UCLA.,[5][6]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Girl Scouts profile
  2. ^ Decoding Percepciones: CS, Latinos and Storytelling
  3. ^ lukeford.net
  4. ^ The Miracle on Washington Square: New York University - Joan Marans Dim
  5. ^ Girl Scouts profile
  6. ^ The Miracle on Washington Square: New York University - Joan Marans Dim

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