About Diane Foster
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Diane Foster is an American Producer based in Los Angeles. Her feature film, "IOWA", starring Rosanna Arquette, John Savage and Michael T. Weiss, was nominated for Best Narrative Feature at the 2005 Tribeca Film Festival. During the making of "IOWA", Foster spent five years investigating the meth epidemic in Middle America, which lead to the documentary "Dying for Meth", which was awarded Best Documentary at the Prism Awards and nominated with CBS' Cares and NBC's The More You Know. Foster also produced the 2011 horror cult classic "The Orphan Killer", and its sequel "Bound X Blood: The Orphan Killer 2", about a serial killer hell-bent on teaching his estranged sister about family loyalty in 80s-style slasher fashion. The merchandise for these 2 horror films is sold in Walmart and Sears. Foster then went on to produce the pilot for the web series Lettuce, a comedy about midlife crisis, sex and aliens. She just finished Executive Producing the short film, "Dissonance" written by Rafi Jacobs whose successful Indie Go-Go campaign donated a percentage of the fundraising to The Trevor Project. In 2018, Diane launched her own production company, WallyBird Productions, to produce all forms and genres of media, worldwide. Under the WallyBird banner, the company saw its first theatrical production run in San Francisco in October 2018 - James McClure's pair of one-act comedies: Laundry and Bourbon and Lone Star. WallyBird Productions finished production most recently on the romantic comedy short, "SHIRi" written by Grace Yee & directed by Micah Coate and "Make A Wish" a dark frenetic comedy directed by Dinh Thai. Diane is committed to producing projects with diverse talent, gender equality, and creating the teams responsible for films that push the envelope with high entertainment value and substance.