The Wall Street Journal lists Susan Buice among the top 20 new media moguls, and applauds the co-creation of the popular independent film and online video series, Four Eyed Monsters. In late 2002, Susan met her future co-director and collaborator, Arin Crumley, beginning a relationship that evolved into the creation of Four Eyed Monsters. The project has become a cult phenomenon. To date, the video podcast has received over two million views and cinemas across America have booked the film due to its online fan-base. The film was nominated for two Independent Spirit Awards and, in June 2007, became the first feature film to be posted in its entirety on YouTube. Four Eyed Monsters has since aired on IFC TV and been sold in iTunes. A new DVD containing 5 brand new episodes has been released in the UK and Canada where Super Channel is also airing the film. The film is now available for purchase at foureyedmonsters.com
Susan has continued to create short videos and music videos some of which can be seen at vimeo.com/susanbuice. The Susan Buice mission is to create engaging heartfelt content. She is currently in collaboration on 2 feature scripts with writing partners Joseph Griffin and Josh Steinbauer. Susan is also developing a body of drawings and illustrations called "How to break up and get back together" with illustrator/artist Josh Steinbauer. They will exhibit in the fall of 2009 at an up and coming art space featured in Time Out called Hi Christina.
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