Filmmaker Magazine, July 9, 2013

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By Stewart Nusbaumer

For 25 years, first as a still photographer and then as filmmaker, David Binder doggedly chronicled the Farrow family. The mother/wife dies… husband grieves and copes… four young sons struggle and mature… and for 25 years David Binder captures the story.

“The Picture Show,” NPR — July 25, 2012

The Picture Show, NPR

Photographer David Binder began documenting stories about AIDS in the late 1980s and became well known for humanizing the epidemic for various publications, including Life magazine and The Philadelphia Inquirer. Over the course of 25 years, Binder has approached the subject from different angles: By spending time at Camp Sunburst, a program for families coping with AIDS; and with a […]

Here and Now, WBUR — Oct. 20, 2009

“Here & Now” Public Radio Interview with David Binder Photojournalist David Binder spent nearly every day of two years in the 1980s photographing a Boston family, as the mother was dying of AIDS. He recently returned to update their story, and the result is the new documentary “Calling My Children.” It won first prize for […]

Greater Boston, WBGH — July 28, 2009


David Binder discussed his documentary “Calling My Children” with WGBH’s Jared Bowen.

Boston Globe — July 26, 2009


Making Moving Pictures By Linda Matchan Globe Staff / July 26, 2009 There are photojournalists who do a story, and it’s over and on to the next one. Then there are photojournalists for whom the story is never over. This would include Boston photographer David Binder. He likes to let stories play out, sometimes over […]