Diane is an LA-based documentary and feature film producer and a graduate of the American Film Institute. She has worked with the award-winning Passion Pictures and Motto Pictures on Director Greg Barker’s films including SERGIO, MANHUNT, LEGION OF BROTHERS, and THE FINAL YEAR, chronicling the last year of the Obama Administration's foreign policy team, currently playing in theaters around the US. Other credits include Stephen Kijak's WE ARE X, about Japan’s biggest rock band in history (Best Editing award, World Cinema Documentary, 2016 Sundance Film Festival) and the Netflix docu-series about Hollywood and World War II, FIVE CAME BACK, executive produced by Steven Spielberg and Scott Rudin. She and producer Melanie Miller founded Fishbowl Films in 2009 and their latest feature, ALASKA IS A DRAG (Grand Prize winner, US in Progress), is screening in festivals around the globe. She and Miller produced Director Laura Nix's new doc, INVENTING TOMORROW, which had it’s World Premiere at the 2018 Sundance Film Festival. Diane is one of this year's Sundance Documentary Creative Producing Fellows. She is a member of the Producers Guild of America (PGA) and the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences (AMPAS).
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