HITMAKER DAVID FOSTER ON SEEING THE MOVIE ABOUT HIM: ‘THE ARROGANCE WAS KIND OF ON A PRETTY HIGH LEVEL’
Music guru David Foster is ready for his close-up — but first he needs a chair.
The Canadian producer, musician and gold-spinning songcrafter is posing for photos during last month’s Toronto International Film Festival, where Barry Avrich’s documentary “David Foster: Off the Record” had its world premiere. (The film screens Wednesday and Saturday at major theatres, prior to TV broadcasts: Nov. 28 on CTV and Nov. 29 on Crave.)
“Could we do a few with a chair?” Foster asks Star photographer Andrew Francis Wallace, after snapping a few standing pics. Foster is seeking that classic album-cover look of a pop star seated backwards and looking straight ahead, basking in the sheer starriness of it all. READ MORE
DAVID FOSTER GOES ON THE RECORD ABOUT BIOPIC ‘OFF THE RECORD’
Canadian music producer and songwriter David Foster has been eyes-deep in the industry for decades and has helped bring some of humanity’s greatest songs to life.
Don’t think you’ve heard of him? Have you ever heard I Will Always Love You by Whitney Houston? Any Michael Bublé songs? Material by Josh Groban? In those instances and countless others, you have Foster to thank. READ MORE