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Susan Cartsonis

The executive behind Buffy The Vampire Slayer, Susan Cartsonis says giving women more film jobs makes financial sense.

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About the author

Susan Cartsonis was an executive at 20th Century Fox for nearly a decade, where she rose from script reader to Snr Vice President of Production with films such as Nell, The Truth about Cats and Dogs, For the Boys, Dying Young and Buffy, The Vampire Slayer. Since then she has produced the box office record breaking films What Women Want, Where the Heart Is, Beastly and No Reservations.