Foster's illuminating and sensitive analysis of Latin American documentary films is clearly based on extensive reading and a solid critical base. It stages the workings of a sharp, critical mind, thoroughly familiar with the critical debates on Latin American film and culture.
—Santiago Juan-Navarro, co-editor of Nuevas aproximaciones al cine hispánico: Migraciones temporales, textuales y étnicas en el bicentenario de las independencias iberoamericanas (1810–2010)
Foster offers insight into a very wide variety of films on different topics, with room for lively descriptions and analyses of the films and the contexts in which they were recorded.
—European Review of Latin American and Caribbean Studies