member of the Directors Guild of America, Stan Foster has been active in the financing, managing, planning, budgeting,
writing, producing and directing of major television and feature film productions. He has worked with such directors as
Steven Spielberg, Danny DeVito, Barry Levinson, James Cameron, Peter Bogdonovich, Jackie Cooper and Hal Ashby, with credits
including Bound For Glory, 1941, The Aliens are Coming, Barnaby Jones, A Man Called Sloane,
Aloha Paradise, Rodeo Girl, Muggy's Girls, The Wild and the Free.
His own producing credits include The Ivory Tower, Dead Men Don't Die, Mikey, Suburban Commando and Bradley Street Bombers.
In addition to working with Random Cove as a producer, Foster is the founder of Media Arts Academy Charter High School in
Hawthorne, California. He also founded and is CEO of The American Academy of Arts, a non-profit organization dedicated to
recognizing and awarding student achievement in the visual, digital and performing arts. For its
popular Indie Filmmaker's Bootcamp program, in which aspiring filmmakers work with Hollywood professionals to make a movie,
he has executive produced such quality short films as Rock Paper Peace, The Last Temptation of Tommy, Tick Tock, The Hit Me
and Going Down