mark foster director

P-13 is the worksite of
New York based film-maker Mark Foster.
Our primary focus is personal, brand-based digital films. Foster works in collaboration with agencies and clients whose focusses incorporate real stories from real people in the digital advertising world. His work is engaging and evokes intimate human stories ranging from heartfelt to hilarious.
His collaborations and projects have taken him all over the world. Foster's directing style is based on a foundation of comedy commercials and a knack for getting real-people to tell their story. He has worked in India, Hong Kong, Beijing, London, Germany, The Philippines, Venezuela, Iceland, Mongolia, Canada and the US.

P-13 Productions
Bovina Center, NY
(607) 832-4735

mark@p-13.com

 

 

 

 

 

 

The Eyewriter Project goes to India. In this segment, Mark Foster films Engineer James Powderly hunting for all the parts to make an Eyewriter in Mumbai, India.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

The New Grand Tour is a traveling artist project that uses art as the medium for cultural exchange. Funded by Diesel Jeans and Suitman Entertainment, the first New Grand Tour trip included artists Suitman, Jose Parla, Rostarr, Deanne Cheuk and Photographer Davi Russo traveling through the vast Chinese countryside of Shangri La. Documented in HD by Mark Foster and Rey Parla. Created on site with a laptop in Hong Kong, this New Grand Tour preview was filmed and edited by Director Mark Foster of P-13 Productions. Stills by Davi Russo.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

69 Minutes of Fame is the documentary about New York hockey punk band, Two Man Advantage. Filmed and edited by Commercial Director Mark Foster in 1998-2000, 69 Minutes of Fame tells how Two Man Advantage was formed as a joke for a halloween party and miraculously got a record deal and began living dual-lives to take it seriously. Well, as serious as a hockey band can be. Presently, 2010, 13 years later, they are still going strong. Visit:www.twomanadvantage.com

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

The New Grand Tour is a traveling artist project that uses art as the medium for cultural exchange. Funded by Diesel Jeans and Suitman Entertainment, the first New Grand Tour trip included artists Suitman, Jose Parla, Rostarr, Deanne Cheuk and Photographer Davi Russo traveling through the vast Chinese countryside of Shangri La. Created on site with a laptop in Beijing, UNSPOKEN CHINA was filmed and edited by Mark Foster.


 

 

 

 


films
candela photography documentary

simone stevens: let me in

eyewriter: parts hunt > mumbai

the new grand tour: documentary

69 minutes of fame: documentary

unspoken china