On the eve of his wedding day, Dave commits a cardinal sin: His doubts about tying the knot go viral. Alone at the altar, the groom must confront his own cold feet, a Greek chorus of bridesmaids, and the bride herself - all to save his marriage before it's even begun. Directed by Foster Wilson, Made Public explores the impulse to share our most intimate thoughts and sacred moments with the general public - and how much we're willing to lose to obtain the approval of strangers.
Foster is an award-winning director, filmmaker, and Emergence Award Recipient. She earned her BFA at New York University’s Tisch School of the Arts, where she studied for 3 years with the Atlantic Theater Company under the tutelage of David Mamet, Chris Bauer, Scott Zigler, and Mary McCann, among others. In 2018, Foster wrapped production on the short film MADE PUBLIC, a Emergence Award Recipient for Female Filmmakers, which stars Jeanine Mason (Roswell, New Mexico) and Josh Zuckerman (90210).
Foster is a co-founder of Something Wilde Productions, a member of the Los Angeles Women's Film Collective, and a Board Member of the non-profit organization Moms-In-Film. She is repped by Fourth Wall Management.