Diane Bonder is a media maker whose films and videotapes have been exhibited internationally at festivals and institutions, including The New Museum of Contemporary Art, The Whitney Museum, and The Brooklyn Museum of Art. She is the recipient of several awards, including a Lyn Blumenthal Memorial Award, a Mid-Atlantic Media Fellowship, and Jurors Choice Award from the Black Maria Film and Video Festival. Bonder serves on the screening committee of the New Festival (The New York Lesbian and Gay Film and Video Festival).
Film and videography: Stick Figures, 1992, 3 minutes; Dangerous When Wet, 1992, 5 minutes, video Parole, 1993, 9 minutes, super 8 transferred to video; Tongue in Chic, 1996, 21 minutes, directed by Diane Bonder and Liss Platt; Painting by Numbers, 1996, 3 minutes, super 8 on video. Directed by Diane Bonder and Liss Platt; Dear Mom, 1996, 15 minutes, 16mm film and The Physics of Love, 1998, 24 minutes, video.