Angus Sutherland

Angus Sutherland is the Vice President of New Republic Pictures, a production, and finance company, whose latest titles include Dexter Fletcher’s “Rocketman” and Sam Mendez upcoming “1917”. 

Angus Sutherland came to New Republic Pictures from MadRiver & IMR International, where he served as Vice President of Production and Acquisitions. Before joining IMR, Sutherland was an executive at Lotus Entertainment, where he co-managed a variety of projects, which include Halle Berry’s “Kidnap”, Tom Hanks’ “A Hologram for the King” and Stephen Knight’s “November Criminals”. Sutherland got his start in entertainment as a production coordinator at Spitfire Pictures, where he worked on the Academy Award-winning documentary “Undefeated”, The Grammy Award winner “Foo Fighters: Back and Forth” and the Emmy Award-winning Martin Scorsese feature “George Harrison: Living in The Material World.” Soon after, Sutherland was promoted to Director of International and Domestic Distribution at Exclusive Media, Spitfire’s parent company. There, he worked in sales, marketing, and acquisition on several critically acclaimed projects which include “The Ides of March”, “Rush” and “The Woman in Black”. Sutherland graduated Magna Cum Laude from Middlebury College receiving two bachelors of arts, one for film theory and media culture, the second philosophy.