“A powerful look at how just one person can make a meaningful difference, Remember Me Sue pays homage to Sue while also shedding light on the dangers faced by those growing up in poverty-stricken communities.”
–Narwan Aimen on Playing Around
Read the full review on the Woman Around Town blog
Our film was accepted into the NYC Independent Film Festival! Screenings are on Oct. 16 at 1 p.m. and Oct. 18 at 9:45 a.m. Director Melina Kolb will be attending the Oct. 16 screening with a limited number of free DVDs for attendees. Click here for more information on theater locations and to buy tickets.
The Remember Me Sue DVD is now on sale on Amazon for $12.99. The disc features bonus scenes not in the film. Help support the project and buy a copy today!
Now we can bring the story of Sue Duncan to a wider audience. If you have watched the film and would like to spread the news, simply go to the link, give the moving a rating/review, and use the social media links to share it with friends. Thank you for your help!
The film is premiering tonight at 9pm on PBS Chicago (WTTW 11)! Follow comments on the film at #RememberMeSue.
For those you who are unable to watch the premiere on PBS Chicago this Thursday, Remember Me Sue will be available online on May 15! Check back on this website for more details on how to watch it.
Dear Remember Me Sue Supporters,
After two years of editing and many more years of filming, I am ecstatic to report that the movie is completed and has been scheduled to air on PBS Chicago (WTTW Channel 11) on Thursday, May 1 at 9pm!!!
This is a huge honor to be featured on the channel in a primetime slot. I am thrilled to share Sue’s story with everyone in the Chicago area. For those of you outside of the region, I am looking into online distribution and film festivals so stay tuned for more details. If you donated $50 or more, I will be sending out DVDs of the film. There will also be some promotions done with the channel so I will be sending out links to everything that I can.
Thank you all for your patience while I worked on completing the film. It was a long process, but it feels great to be done and I am very happy with the end result. I hope you will be too.