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  • Welcome to the official Film/Art Gallery collection of original Jodie Foster vintage movie posters from her critically acclaimed catalog of timeless cinematic performances.

    Jodie Foster, original name Alicia Christian Foster, is an American motion-picture actress who started her career as a tomboyish and mature child actress. Despite the fact that she verified an aptitude for comedy, she is best regarded for her dramatic portrayals of misfit characters set against intimidating demanding situations.

    Foster began her professional career as a very young child on television, appearing first in commercials. After repeated performances in such TV shows as Gunsmoke, The Courtship of Eddie’s Father, and My Three Sons, she starred in her own short-lived series, Paper Moon (1974), based on the 1973 film of the same name. She also appeared in a number of Disney films, beginning with Napoleon and Samantha (1972).

    Director Martin Scorsese cast Foster in a bit part in Alice Doesn’t Live Here Anymore (1974) before giving her the role of Iris, the 12-year-old prostitute who becomes the object of the title character’s obsession in Taxi Driver (1976); her precocious and complex performance earned her critical acclaim and an Academy Award nomination as best supporting actress. Her later movies as a child actress have been much less extraordinary, but her performances had been continually admired. She graduated magna cum laude from Yale University in 1985.

    Perhaps because of her screen image of early maturity, Jodie Foster was never dismissed as merely a child actress but instead was able to make a relatively smooth transition to adult roles. In The Accused (1988), she gave a remarkable performance as Sarah Tobias, a rape victim who struggles with inequities in the justice system. In The Silence of the Lambs movie (1991), she follows  serial killer Hannibal Lecter as FBI agent Clarice Starling. Both performances won her Academy Awards as best actress.

    In the 1990s Foster branched into other areas of filmmaking. She made her big-screen directorial debut with the drama Little Man Tate (1991), in which she also costarred, and she later directed the ensemble film Home for the Holidays (1995). She also served as a producer for several of her films, including Nell (1994), for which she also received an Oscar nomination for best actress. In 1997 Foster starred in Contact, an adaptation of the science-fiction novel by Carl Sagan. Next films wherein she featured include the thrillers Panic Room (2002), Inside Man (2006), and The Brave One (2007), the satirical comedy Carnage (2011), and the dystopian drama Elysium (2013). She later featured in Hotel Artemis (2018), playing a nurse who runs a secret emergency room for criminals.

    Foster directed and acted in The Beaver (2011), a drama about a depressed man (played by Mel Gibson) who finds a remedy of sorts in a hand puppet. She also helmed the Wall Street thriller Money Monster (2016), about a financial pundit (George Clooney) who is taken hostage. She directed episodes of a number of television series as well, including Tales from the Darkside, Orange Is the New Black, and House of Cards.

    Foster received the Cecil B. DeMille Award (a Golden Globe for lifetime achievement) in 2013.

    Film/Art Gallery’s collection of original Jodie Foster movie posters include an Andrzej Klimowski artwork for the first Polish release of Taxi Driver. Our Jodie Foster poster collection also includes a scarce, never folded review style for landmark Scorsese film.

    Film/Art Gallery movie posters are original prints and film poster collectibles. These are original movie posters. We do not carry any movie poster reproductions or reprints of any kind.